Westcountry Bakery is situated in Torpoint, Cornwall and was established in Looe in 1980. Originally named Looe Bakery, the business moved to Torpoint in 2000 and changed its name to reflect the different business area. Since then, Tristan Lewis and Tony Robb have been the directors of the business. Tristan has been involved with the business for most of his life, being the son of the original owners Ron and Chrissie Lewis.
Tony also has flour coursing through his veins, having trained with Warrens of Plymouth before starting his own bakery in Callington. Over 30 years on and the business still adheres to its original principles: high quality, early deliveries and fair price.
Westcountry Bakery mainly serves South East Cornwall and Plymouth.
Small or large tin, speckle, batch, stick, cob, twist and high loaves.
Doughnuts, iced fingers, Danish, tearing and sharing buns, scones, tarts, croissants
Pasties, pies, quiches, sausage rolls.
Torpedo, crusty, finger, splits, baps, frisbee, grizzly.