Pasty and pasty-inspired single launched for charity

first_imgPrima Bakeries in Cornwall has created a ‘flakey pasty’ inspired by a song a local man wrote about his love of pasties, with all proceeds going to Children’s Hospice South West. The Steve Heller Flakey Pasty is on sale in Prima Bakeries across Cornwall, inspired by a song (and rap) that Heller wrote.For each pasty sold between March and June, 20p will go to Children’s Hospice South West, which supports local children living with life-limiting and life-threatening illnesses.Heller, well-known locally for his love of all things Cornish, penned the song Pasties not Pies in honour of his love for Cornish pasties.Mark Norton, MD of Prima Bakeries, said: “We are delighted to be working with Steve to create one ‘Heller-va’ Pasty and raise money for CHSW at the same time.”Heller said: “Having my own pasty is an honour, especially being proper Cornish and being a huge lover of them.“When I first met with Prima to discuss how we were going to sell the Steve Heller Flakey Pasty it only seemed right for it help raise money for Children’s Hospice South West, who do an amazing job helping children and families in our area.”“We had great fun making the video advertising the pasty and it makes it all the better that we are able to give something back to the community.”Watch the video here. To donate to Children’s Hospice South West, go here.last_img read more

Award-winning designer Robin Payne puts stamp on new build

first_img66 Chaprowe Rd, The Gap.The couple, who have lived in the area for about 30 years, said they subdivided the property and were currently building another home next door.“We wanted to make use of the space,’’ Mrs Pemble said. ‘‘In today’s terms it’s an average size block of land.’’More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019The property is on a 410sq m block of land. 66 Chaprowe Rd, The Gap.Harcourts Solutions selling agent Stephen Dangerfield said the home was meticulously designed and built with a modern Queensland family in mind.“Low maintenance living throughout leaves you more time to spend around the pool, kicking back and taking in the wonderful Queensland sunshine,” he said.There are several shopping centres and supermarkets within easy reach along with restaurants, parkland and sporting facilities including The Gap Health and Racquet Club, Taylor Range Club and The Gap Golf Course. There’s heaps of space at 66 Chaprowe Rd, The Gap.She said the drawcards of the property included the finishes, fittings and fixtures.“The design and open plan living is great,” she said.She said the double storey home had an extra large living area upstairs and there was one downstairs too.Mrs Pemble said the property was within The Gap State primary and high school catchment area.“It’s a very easy walk to school.’’ The spacious bedroom at 66 Chaprowe Rd, The Gap. 66 Chaprowe Rd, The Gap.Jenny and Alan Pemble have built a new home at The Gap and it’s perfect for a family with older children.With not a lot of yard space, the home at 66 Chaprowe Rd has four bedrooms and three bathrooms.Mrs Pemble said the contemporary style home was designed by award-winning designer Robin Payne.“The home could also suit empty nesters who don’t want a huge yard, but a spacious home,” Mrs Pemble said.last_img read more