FROM AUGUST 1ST 2017 CORNISH SOAPCAKES WILL BE UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP!!
Carol is moving on to new projects while the lovely and exhuberant Nina Hills takes over Cornish Soapcakes keeping the same recipes, products and branding that you are all familiar with.
Carol thanks all her customers for their support and friendship over the years and leaves them in the more than capable hands of Nina.
Carol started making soap 12 years ago on a creative whim! It gradually turned into a business and Cornish Soapcakes was born 11 years ago. The business has gone through many stages and with the help of the Eden Project 9 years ago the business boomed and went nationwide through huge sales in the Eden project Shop. Production was still home based and it practically took over the house with shelves of curing soap filling rooms. This all came to an end while Carol took a couple of years out to take care of her mother. The business began again with the opening of the Little Pink Soap Shed in the Cattle Market in Liskeard's town centre and over the years a loyal and ever-increasing customer base has joined in the appreciation of natural skincare products made locally with ethical ingredients.
Carol wishes to thank the friendly people of the Cattle Market who have supported her. Ray and Denise of Zero2Vintage were always full of helpful suggestions, in fact, The Pink Pasty was Ray's idea and has become a popular product for locals and tourists. Jack and Jim at Ryders Books for taking in parcels and just being friendly. Bob of Bob's Tool Box was always there with a helping hand or screwdriver!! Liskeard Stationers with their supply of treats for Cody. Cody will miss all the people he has got to recognise as they walk by. Thanks to Hannah Whale for inspiration, Steve and David next door with photography and vintage toys, David and Lynette, the new ice cream shop,.....Olive and Co at the other end of the alley....whose coffee aroma blends with soap halfway up the alley!