BID Camborne’s efforts to improve the frontage of the former Best Plaice fish and chip shop in Commercial Street by using it to promote the new Camborne website have been welcomed by nearby business owners.
Best Plaice has been vacant for some time. It was looking extremely run-down and decidedly out of place in a town which is currently enjoying a period of growth and regeneration.
BID Camborne, recognising something had to be done, stepped up to the mark and has now covered the windows with images and information about the new Camborne Town website.
Gordon and Suzanne Mills, who own the florist shop in Commercial Street, and Simon Dilke-Wing, Manager of the new Wetherspoon’s hotel, The John Francis Bassett, are amongst those delighted with what’s been done.
“We’ve been talking about the poor condition of the shop for a long time and are very pleased that BID Camborne has made these improvements,” said Mr Mills.
Mr Dilke-Wing said: “We’re really pleased with the work, it looks so much better and improves the look of Camborne as a whole.”
BID Camborne Manager, Mel Martin said: “We’re extremely pleased with the display as it covers an eyesore and promotes our Camborne Town website’.
Ends 10 August 2015
Photo: Best Plaice now
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