St Mawes bakery has served the village of St Mawes for well over 100 years. Founded in 1912 by Mr Johnson (who also owned the bakery in Portscatho) we've been a family run business ever since with his great nephew Ronny Curtis coming to work for him in the late 1940s and eventually taking over the bakery when 'uncle' Johnson retired.
Through the 50s, 60s and 70s Ronny and his wife Marie ran the shop with the help of their family including great-grandad Bert and their children Patrick, Andrew, Shirley and Sarah. Back then the shop was called the 'snack bar' and overtime has sold everything from Kit-kats to cigarettes, even though are delicious Cornish pasties were the main attraction! Nowadays you will find a tried and tested selection of handmade baked goods.
The bakery is still a family affair to this day run by Patrick, Jane (his wife) and their children Oliver and Lydia. We look forward to welcoming you.
The pasty club was founded in 2020, a year we all will never forget. Our idea was to give pasty lovers something to look forward to on a monthly basis and started when customers would ask us to set up a pasty box a month for them.