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  • August 1, 2017
    New Store: Oxford Cornmarket
    New Store: Oxford Cornmarket
     
    We have opened a brand new West Cornwall Pasty Co shop on the wonderful Cornmarket Street in historic Oxford.
     
    Channeling heritage styling and lots of local neighbourhood charm we are right in the middle of all the action! Find us next door to the world famous Golden Cross arcade and vibrant marketplace.
     
    We're right there for you everyday serving up our multi-award winning, freshly baked in-store pasties and top notch St Just Organic Coffee, Barista made (of course) for coffee just how you like it! 
     
    In keeping with our traditional Cornish roots we've made our interior as tantalising as our pasties made in Cornwall!
     
    We've kept the vibe fresh and sun-kissed with hues of oatmeal and warm sky blue alongside soft timber tones, reminiscent of a warm Cornish beachfront or the edge of a golden crop of corn against a West Cornish Summer sky. 
     
    You will also experience our new-look digital screens which bring our menus to life in front of your eyes, handy for when you are stuck for choice and need a little inspiration for breakfast, coffee, lunch, dinner, snacks and everything in-between.
     
    Plus discover your new favourite as you call in to enjoy on the go!
     
    Come and See us!
     
    4 Cornmarket Street
    Oxford
    OX1 3EX
     
    PS. History buffs - you'll find us next to the St Michael Church in Cornmarket Street, at the junction with Ship Street, in central Oxford. The church is so-called because this is the location of the original north gate of Oxford when it was surrounded by a city wall. Originally built around 1000–1050, with the tower from 1040 still in existence, the church is Oxford's oldest building.