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Our community has invested in a ground breaking social investment for the long term benefit of Tywardreath and the surrounding areas.

We purchased Tywardreath Village Shop and funded the start-up costs, the business has created 15 jobs for local residents and buys from local businesses within a 5 mile radius and the turnover has tripled in just 11 months of trading.    

The purpose of this investment is to enable more people to start their own small ventures by collaborating with us, sharing entrepreneurial experience, financial resources and premises.  

Our village shop has become a springboard for enterprising people, where they can develop their business idea, showcase their abilities and inspire others to develop their thoughts into micro businesses.  

Our profits are reinvested to improve the local economy and social wellbeing of our community. 

Tywardreath is a working rural village with a thriving community. It’s a great place to visit and an even better place to live and work.

There are lots of talented, skilled and experienced people of all ages who live here and run their own small business. Not all are as visible as the shops on the main streets, many more are operating behind closed doors in the houses.   

retreat (2)In the heart of the village there is a business retreat and incubator hub at Newhouse Farm, which is run by social entrepreneurs Trudy Thompson and Josh Taylor.

Their corporate coaching business shares resources and expertise to help local people to turn their ideas into a business or an income generating community activity.  In the last 3 years they have helped hundreds of residents by giving away their coaching sessions and use of their premises.

In 2016 they started Hunter Grange Investments a groundbreaking, collaborative, socially beneficial limited company to invest in their enterprising community and improve the local economy.  The company purchased Tywardreath Village Shop by crowdsourcing peer to peer loans pledged by individuals and local businesses.

If you live locally and want to start your own venture there are business opportunities here for you. Contact us to find out more.

With further investment, we can achieve even more! Click here for info

Tywardreath Village Shop

We love our shop! Open 7am - 8pm grocery and newsagent, selling fresh local produce and offering home deliveries. Cash machine, card payments welcome.
Tywardreath Village Shop
Tywardreath Village Shop01/17/2018 at 1:03pm
Just to put a stop to the silly comments we are having to deal with today on top of running the business.

We are nothing to do with the plan to cut down a tree in the churchyard and replant a new one so the clock face can be lit up.

Nobody has donated money to us or been led to believe we were raising money to replace the tree.

We have however offered to give the gardening club the money so they can buy trees, shrubs etc and the last we heard they were looking at improving the area around the sign at the bottom of Tehidy road.
Tywardreath Village Shop
Tywardreath Village Shop01/17/2018 at 12:31pm
Today we have chocolate brownies and lemon drizzle cake by Kim's Kitchen