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Just a short walk from the beach lies Newquay Orchard, a seven-acre urban greenspace built by the community, for the community. Since 2015 the Orchard has flourished into a centre for arts, culture and connection with sustainability at its core.

The presence of unique Cornish stone performance terraces and gallery space, means Newquay Orchard is fast becoming a creative hub for Cornwall. In 2022 the community of staff and volunteers will be celebrating the arts through exhibitions, theatre, masterclasses, talks, feasts, markets, fairs and more.

Canteen at the Orchard is on hand to feed visitors with its ‘good food, good people’ ethos. Using produce from the Newquay Orchard Market Garden Community Supported Agriculture Scheme, visitors can taste vegetables, herbs, fruit and flowers grown just over the hedge. It’s field to fork in just 100 meters.

The Kowel Gwenen co-workspace is brimming with creatives and collaboration. Every member shares Newquay Orchard’s goal of betterment of people and planet and the carbon neutral building that houses these professionals is playing a key role in the sustainable development of Newquay’s future – environmentally and economically.

Everyone’s welcome at Newquay Orchard. From families on weekend days out, friends enjoying evening entertainment or colleagues looking for a place to gather offline, Newquay Orchard is fast becoming a green space worth exploring.

Come and Explore!

  • Kowel Gwenen Co-workspace
  • Teaching classrooms and kitchen
  • Community meeting rooms
  • Cornish stone performance terraces
  • Traditional Plen An Gwari
  • Retail space in Canteen at the Orchard
  • Public outdoor breakout space amongst the wildflowers

Email info@newquayorchard.co.uk if you are interested in becoming a member of the co-workspace or looking to use one of our community spaces.

Head to newquayorchard.co.uk to find out more.

Everyone is welcome.

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