0 Post a comment Tuesday, 9 October 2018 – Community News by The Post @twitter.com/ThePostSeries [email protected] JUST six weeks after a 30 foot steel cabin was dropped from a crane onto a piece of derelict land in St Mabyn, the pop up building has been transformed into a new community shop complete with wooden cladding and a pitched roof with natural slate — thanks to the hard work and enthusiasm of the local community. Officially opening the new St Mabyn Community Shop on Monday with the help of pupils from St Mabyn Church of England Primary School, BBC Radio Cornwall presenter and local resident Martin Bailie praised the fantastic response from the local community which, he said, demonstrated that ‘out of adversity comes triumph’. The transformation has been carried out by a team of volunteers from the local community who were determined not to lose the last shop in their village when the St Mabyn Post Office and Stores announced it was planning to close at the end of August after trading for more than 100 years.Research shows that about 400 village shops close every year in rural Britain — more than one shop closure every day. St Mabyn was… Read full this story
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