Cornwall news Adored pasty shop closes suddenly as price of steak 'triples' UK news
PremierLeague-News.Com - Cornwall - Fans were gutted to see a handwritten 'business closed down' displayed on the front door this month
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! An adored pasty shop has joined a growing list of businesses that are closing down in Cornwall. Denzil Trethevicks Pasties, on Fore Street in Redruth, has long been a favourite within the town but is saying farewell to its customers forever. Praised for its "proper" pasties that feature "amazing pastry" and "plenty of meat", Cornish folk and visitors have been coming back for more for years but now they have to say goodbye. The store also boasted an impressive selection of other goods including fudge. The closure of the shop comes amid a wave of other businesses shutting down with owner, Ian Trethethick, saying due to ill health and the rising cost of ingredients he simply can't continue. It comes as another favourite pasty company, Aunt Avice's, announced its closure earlier this month. Read more: Cancer patient, 22, expecting to make full recovery died of rare chemotherapy complication Ian, whose family have been running the shop since 1959, told CornwallLive: "It's for two reasons really. I'm now partially blind due to diabetes and other health conditions and I can't keep working. It's a little bit sad but on the other hand it's also the financial climate." He said "everything has gone up" from supplies to the cost of running the shop in the first place. "It is just not viable to stay open," he continued. "The electric [prices] are ridiculously hard.
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. Steak has tripled in price".
Denzil Trevethick's has closed down permanently due to the owner's ill health and rising business costs. They hope to continue selling confectionary online - but they are saying farewell to pasties for good The 59-year-old added that the business will continue to fulfil wholesale orders until Christmas and will then sell confectionary like the fudge and the nougat online - as long as is viable to do so. The building is currently for sale and Ian is still hopeful that someone will come forward and want to take the business over. "It would be really nice to help somebody who is into pasties now and may need a little bit of advice and help. It's hard work but I could help them take it over." Fans were gutted to see a handwritten 'business closed down' displayed on the front door this month. Here's what people had to say about the loss: "I used to get at least a pasty a week from Denzil's but sadly it looks like the shop can no longer be viable. It's a shame as I loved the way their pastry seemed almost deep fried on the outside." "Such a shame, greatest pasties and fudge from that shop." "Had one last year, beauty" "Sad day pard." Read next: People rescued from cars trapped in A38 flood water in East Cornwall Cornwall's dry ski slope near St Austell given go ahead after five years of dreaming A390 at St Austell: Emergency road closure due to dangerous tree Best Christmas tree farms in Cornwall to choose a real tree in 2022 Falmouth car park branded 'absolute thieves' and 'leeches' as visitors land £100 charges
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