Cornwall news Devastation as one of best pasties ever won't be made again UK news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Cornwall - It's goodbye to another of Cornwall's best pasty places

Cornwall news Devastation as one of best pasties ever won't be made again UK news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Cornwall - It's goodbye to another of Cornwall's best pasty places

Cornwall news Devastation as one of best pasties ever won't be made again UK news
23 November 2022 - 14:45

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A much-loved Cornish pasty shop has received an outpouring of love after announcing the place has closed down for good. Denzil Trethevick's Pasties, on Fore Street in Redruth, has long been a favourite within the town but shut down suddenly earlier this month The family-run bakery, which sold pasties, fudge, nougat and other confectionary, has been in the town for decades and was run by Ian Trethevick's parents before he took over. Now he and his wife will be giving up pasties forever and selling some products solely online. It's been a blow for the Redruth high street with many praising Ian's dedication and hard work over the years. 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. Read more: Gusts of 70mph could hit Cornwall amid new weather warning "I wandered down on Friday for my traditional fat Friday pasty and it's gone," one person said. "Genuinely gutted. Their pasties were proper!" "That's very sad news best pasties around Cornwall.

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." Others said they were "one of the best pasties in Cornwall" and that it was a "sad sign of the times". "Sad news, Ian gave me my first job many years ago making and packing biscuits in his old production unit which used to be behind West End Stores, where there are now flats." Ian Trevethick with Juliet Palarm at the pasties and fudge shop they run on Redruth high street (Image: Greg Martin) "I feel sorry for the people who are losing their business because of the cost-of-living crisis. I also feel sorry for everyone who is struggling." "No way what a shame literally the only good thing in Redruth," said another. "Another great Cornish establishment goes down very sad." Read next: Launceston cancer patient, 22, expecting to make full recovery died of rare chemotherapy complication Sub-contractors must rebuild 'defective' Cornish hedges collapsing alongside A30 Lifeboat legend involved in tragic Penlee disaster has died Cornwall's chief coroner demands ambulance action after patient deaths

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