Camborne is lucky to have a wide variety of independent shops, many supplying local produce. There is also a local produce market open every Saturday on Commercial Square and at the Wesley Centre. Organised by Camborne Regeneration Forum, the Market has stalls selling local produce and craft as well as charity and community stalls.
Here is a taster of the local produce that you can find at the market:
- Baker Tom Bread
- Fresh eggs (hen, duck & quail)
- Homemade cakes
- Jams & preserves
- Local fish monger
- Trenance chocolates
- Arts & crafts
If you want more information about the market, having a stall or becoming involved as a volunteer, please contact Joanne Schofield on 01326 231146 or email Joanne on email@example.com.
Tyacks Hotel in the centre of Camborne is proud of it philosophy of using ‘ the freshest, most local suppliers possible for our ingredients to ensure the best tasting quality food with the smallest number of food miles possible, reducing our carbon footprint.’ Their meat and fish, eggs butter and cheese are all locally sourced and the oil they use is reused to create bio-fuel. Similarly glass, cardboard and paper are all recycled too.
In their words,
Sustainability is important to us and we try to treat our beautiful county and the people within it with the respect is deserves.
If you do shop in a supermarket remember to look out for goods that have been Made in Cornwall and support your local community.