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While travel might be restricted at the moment, your appetite doesn’t have to be! Treat yourself to some scrumptious pasties by post and support local businesses on Cornwall’s branch lines at the same time. And when lockdown’s over, hop on the train and pay a visit in person.
This family business makes pasties to a recipe passed down through the generations which involves a crimp ‘over the top’. Pasties by post can be ordered online or collected from their shop in Calstock on Fridays and Saturdays.
This award-winning pasty shop is tucked away on one of East Looe’s atmospheric back streets. Ingredients are all sourced locally. They are currently offering pasties by courier and by local delivery. Order online.
This small bakery in Newquay has been making pasties for nearly 50 years using quality locally sourced ingredients. Their pasties are made to a recipe that is to this day held secret with the family solicitor! Order online.
The Barnecutt ‘dynasty’ was founded in 1930 with a bakery in Liskeard. 90 years later and the family business has shops across the county producing traditional pasties from the finest Cornish ingredients. Order online.
On the Maritime Line The Dog and Smuggler Pasty Shop in Falmouth is offering local deliveries within a 15-minute radius if you spend a tenner or more. Call 07866 215963 to order.
We’re hungry for more – Have we missed out any pasty purveyors on the branch lines who are offering online sales during lockdown? Please let us know if so.
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