Transforming Camborne

Each of our groundbreaking projects has a vital part to play in improving health, learning, leisure, career opportunities and the environment in Camborne.

Revealing our eleven projects

Eleven projects to radically transform Camborne are on track. Business cases have been approved and funding is being released.

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Welcome to Camborne Town Deal

The Government has announced £23.7m in Town Deal funding to help transform Camborne and provide a better future for its residents

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.

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Work begins on Kerrier Way in Camborne

Posted in Uncategorised by Camborne Town Deal ON 10th July 2024

Digging has begun at Kerrier Way in Camborne and the town’s mayor Councillor James Ball had a shovel on hand to officially launch the start of work. One of eleven Camborne Town Deal projects designed to regenerate and improve the area, Kerrier Way is located on one of the main approaches to the town centre. […]

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Flagship plans for new Camborne community hub

Posted in Uncategorised by Camborne Town Deal ON 20th May 2024

A planning application for one of the biggest town council projects in the country has been submitted. Camborne Town Council has secured more than £14m in funding to transform two redundant listed buildings close to the town centre into a multi-purpose community hub. As the flagship project of the Camborne Town Deal investment plan, restoration […]

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Grant funding makes a difference to Camborne town centre

Posted in News by Camborne Town Deal ON 9th May 2024

The range of leather goods saddler Martin Hughes can make in Camborne has just got bigger. Thanks to a grant of £3800 from the Town Deal Project A-Void funding pot administered by BID Camborne, Martin now has a brand-new industrial leather sewing machine. Based in ‘Up Memory Lane’ in Trelowarren Street, Martin, who trades as […]

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