Local Cornish Produce

Callestick Farm Ice Cream, Cornwall

Callestick Farm is a working family farm between Truro and Newquay, that has been producing Cornish ice-cream since 1989.

Come and watch the ice cream being made! Custom built visitors’ viewing gallery.

Callestick Farm is free to visit and there is a free on-site car park with a collection of farm animals, some rare breeds, including various breeds of chickens and pigs, a shire horse and sometimes calves or heifers too.

There is a visitors viewing gallery so you can look down on Sebastian and his team in the ice cream factory making and packing the ice cream, where you’ll see tubs of ice-cream being filled by hand. Ice cream is not made 24/7, it is made depending on the season and orders received, but there is always something to watch in the visitors’ gallery. A DVD runs in the viewing gallery throughout the day, to give you an insight into how the farm is run and how ice cream is made.

The Callestick Farm shop and tearoom serve snacks, light lunches, cream teas, hot and cold drinks and, of course, the best ice cream you’ll ever taste.

Accessibility: There is disabled access to all facilities apart from the viewing gallery unfortunately, which due to it’s birds eye view, does have some steeps steps to climb.

Address: Callestick Farm, Callestick, Truro, Cornwall, TR4 9LL

Callestick Farm Ice Cream, Cornwall
01872 573126
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Cornish Cream

Cornish Cream is a family business who have been in business since 1968.

They offer a range of Cornish Cream based gift prodcts, including Cornish Clotted Cream, luxury Cornish Hampers, Cornish Lust, Dream and Nevek Liqueur, Haymakers Scrumpy and Cornish Sunset.

A great range of high quality gifts for yourself, or to take home to family and friends.  If you’re looking for what some term “a decent gift” for somebody, then this is the shop for you.

Address: 29 Bank Street, Newquay, Cornwall, TR7 1DH

Cornish Cream, Newquay
01637 879887
Cornish Yarg Cheese at Lynher Farm

Cornish Yarg, a a Cornish semi-hard cheese made from grass-rich milk and wrapped in stinging nettles or wild garlic. Cornish Yarg is handmade on Lynher Farm near Truro, having moved from Launceston in 2006 as they needed larger premises.

The natural rinds help the cheeses mature and impart flavour, producing a delicate, mushroomy taste with a more crumbly texture than the slightly firmer Wild Garlic Yarg, which whispers rather than shouts its name.

Lynher Dairies is now one of the most successful makers of artisan cheese in Britain, consistently winning Gold at British and worldwide cheese shows.

In 2012 Cornish Yarg won Best English Cheese at the International Cheese Awards, and Reserve Champion at the Royal Bath and West Show.

The dairy processes 2 million litres of milk, hand picks two tonnes of nettle and wild garlic leaves from the neighbouring woodland, and produces more than 200 tonnes of cheese a year.

From April to October there are occasional Cheese Factory Tours and cheese tastings, Monday to Saturday. Contact the farm for more details as availability changes depending on the season.

Address: Lynher Dairies Cheese Company Ltd. Pengreep Dairy, Ponsanooth, Truro, West Cornwall TR3 7JQ

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Cornish Yarg Cheese at Lynher Farm
01872 870789
Tolcarne Beach

Crantock bakery make genuine Cornish pasties from their bakery just outside of Newquay.

Since creating the Crantock Pasty range in a small butcher’s shop in Crantock in 1981, the company have expanded into a custom-built factory on the outskirts of Newquay and now employ over 150 people across three shifts to meet demand!

Factory: 2 Lodge Way, Indian Queens, Newquay, TR9 6TF
Telephone: 01726 861120

Crantock Bakery
Fern Pit Ferry, The Gannel, Newquay

At the bottom of the cliff steps in the garden of the Fern Pit Cafe is the Fern Pit Ferry. Operating during the summer season, during daylight hours, when the tide is high there’s a small boat that can transport you from Crantock Beach to the Newquay side of The Gannel. When the tide is low there is a small wooden footbridge you can walk over.

The Fern Pit Ferry Boatshed also sells freshly caught lobsters and crabs. With a minimum of just one hour’s notice they will cook a fresh lobster or crab for you – pop in and choose the one you want, then collect it later, or phone your order ahead. Perfect for your beach picnic, just add fresh bread and salad and you’re in heaven.

The small shop at the Boathouse also operates as a beach shop selling all your usual beach gear, including buckets, spades, rubber dinghies, wind breaks, body boards, beach games and balls as well as crab fishing lines, nets and bait which can be used in the river and rock pools on the beach. They also sell a wide range of shells and jewellery.

The privately owned steps, which take you to the top of the cliff and Fern Pit Cafe, are open to the public between 10am-6pm during the open season (end May – mid September).

Locals card launched May 2016 – buy 9 coffees, get 10th free. Collect your card at the Cafe. Fatroc coffee.

Fern Pit Ferry, The Gannel, Newquay
01637 873181
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Kingsley Village, Fraddon, Cornwall
Kingsley Village is a shopping village in the centre of Cornwall, right alongside the A30 and with easy access and free parking.

Kingsley Village is CLOSED DOWN. The site is being redeveloped bigger and better

Kingsley Village was a shopping village in the centre of Cornwall, right alongside the A30 and with easy access and free parking. Inside there were gift shops, cafes, fresh Cornish produce, locally made foods, hot Cornish pasties and 2-3 outlet shopping stores for electronics and sports brands such as Newsport. Animal, O’Neill, The North Face, Berghaus and Trespass.  They also had a hi-tech meeting room for presentations, business launches and meetings with Free Wifi.

Alongside is a petrol filling station and a 24 hours McDonalds – while across the road, just 20 yards away, is a Premier hotel.

Address: Kingsley Village, Penhale,Fraddon, Cornwall, TR9 6NA
Opening Hours Used to Be: Mon-Sat 9am-6pm. Sundays 10.30am-4.30pm (CLOSED DOWN NOW)

Kingsley Village, Fraddon, Cornwall
01726 861111
Mitchell Fruit Garden, including PYO

In season you can Pick Your Own (PYO) fruit at Mitchell Fruit Garden, situated in the middle of Cornwall, just off the A30. You can pick your own seasonal fruit and strawberries from June to September.

PYO availability and opening hours depends from year to year on the crop and the weather, so call ahead first.

You can pick your own gooseberries, tayberries, raspberries, red currants, black currants and strawberries at Mitchell Fruit Garden, or simply buy from their on-site local produce shop. All sales are CASH ONLY. No debit cards or credit cards can be accepted.

Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 11am-5pm. Saturday 10am-5pm. Closed on Sundays. Weather Permitting.

Address: Mitchell Fruit Garden, Mitchell, Newquay, Cornwall, TR8 5BZ

Mitchell Fruit Farm & Pick Your Own
01872 510774
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Tolcarne Beach

Roly’s Fudge Shop is part of a chain of franchised fudge shops across the UK (and growing). The Newquay shop opened in July 2014, in Fore Street – which for those of you who like a landmark is a couple of doors down from Sailors! So Roly’s Fudge Shop will be known as “the new fudge shop near Sailors”, or is it just me who refers to places in this way?

Award winning Fudge: Roly’s Fudge have won a lot of awards for their fudge – and have a myriad of fudge flavours to try (my favourite is the lemon meringue). Order fudge online or pop into the shop.

Selling retail as well as wholesale fudge – and if you want to open your own fudge shop then the Roly’s Fudge Franchise might just have your name on it. Roly’s fudge is handmade to an old family recipe, made in full view of the customer.

Location: 7 Fore Street, Newquay, Cornwall, TR7 1LN
Telephone: 07473 462142
Website: https://rolysfudge.co.uk/stores/rolys-fudge-newquay/

07473462142
Tolcarne Beach

This traditional seaside rock and Cornish fudge shop has been operating in the town for many years, selling fudge, seaside rock and Kelly’s ice cream as well as Rodda’s clotted cream products.

You’ll find it between the Bowling Green car park and the entrance to Newquay Harbour, on the Sainsbury’s side of the road.

Address: 45 Fore Street, Newquay, TR7 1LP

The Cornish Greengrocer, Newquay

Newquay Fruit Sales are a well-established local business who have been supplying Newquay’s hotels, guesthouses and restaurants with their fresh fruit and vegetables daily for years.  

Expanding by providing an on-site retail outlet in 2010 after the local greengrocery shop in town closed, they’re now offering online groceries with fast home delivery to residents and holidaymakers.   
Retail Counter open 7am-3pm Monday-Friday; 7am-12 noon Saturdays.

Deliveries 6 days/week to Newquay, Crantock, Cubert, Holywell, Chapel, Kestle Mill, Lane, Mawgan Porth, Porth, Quintrell Downs, St Columb Minor, Trencreek and Watergate Bay, using their own fleet of liveried vans.

Same Day Free Delivery. Minimum Order Value £5 for free delivery. 2 hour delivery time slots.

Local Cornish produce, milk, bread, cheese and even a bottle of wine with your fruit & veg.
Rodda’s Cornish Clotted Cream & Trewithen Dairy Milk, Braces Sliced Bread & Davidstowe Cheddar, Camel Valley Sparkling Wines & Polgoon Ciders, Cornish Sea Salt & Cornish Seaweed Company, Merchant Gourmet & Simply Cornish Oil

Address: The Cornish Greengrocer, Newquay Fruit Sales Limited, The Wholesale Fruit Market, Springfield Road, Newquay, TR7 1RT (round the corner from Asda)

The Cornish Greengrocer, Newquay
01637 876336