Eleven projects are being developed. They are Basset Centre and White House redevelopment, Co-Working Space, Camborne Renew, Kerrier Way re-design, Camborne Contemporary Crafts Club, Project A-Void Phase 2, Life Cycle Camborne, Fibre Park, Park Gerry Sport and Amenity, Food and Farming Hub and renovation of the Recreation Ground.
Board members are all volunteers from the private, public and charity sectors. As a team, they are working hard to improve the town as a place to live, visit and do business.
From the Town Investment Plan that was submitted to Government in January 2021 to our terms of reference, boundary map, board agendas and links to board minutes, you can find out more about our plans, vision and ongoing activities here.
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Situated midway between Cornwall’s north and south coasts, Camborne was once one of the richest mining areas in the world. With a proud industrial heritage and a strong sense of community, the town is building on the successes of its past to forge an exciting, vibrant future.
Eleven projects to radically transform Camborne have been approved and officially signed off by Government. Each project has a vital part to play in improving health, learning, leisure, career opportunities and the environment in Camborne. From food, farming and craft making to the technological wizardry of a fibre park, new sports facilities, cycle routes, entertainment and a town centre facelift, Town Deal funding will build on the past to forge future prosperity.
Proposals aiming to improve public spaces and the way people travel around Camborne town centre have been amended to reflect the views of local residents. Following a public consultation earlier this year, the Camborne Renew project will continue to focus on improving the town centre environment. Changes made as a result of feedback from the […]Read more
BID Camborne is running a free design and discovery workshop on Tuesday 1 August as part of its plan to create branded zones in the town centre. The session will explore how Camborne should be visually represented on signage and promotional material and is being led by award-winning and locally based graphic designer Tim Hendy. […]Read more
Create Contemporary Crafts Hub (CCCH) in Camborne has celebrated a major milestone in its development. To mark the completion of phase one of the hub’s refurbishment, guests were invited to see what’s been happening and to view some of the impressive work being created there – including the mosaic running floor to ceiling across more […]Read more
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