Towns and Villages

Knowing you have everything you need at your convenience takes park living to a new level. At Pedna Carne you’ll have all the essentials on your doorstep.

Onsite community services

The park office is open every morning Monday to Friday to offer you assistance. If you love a good book, did you know the library comes to you onsite? Residents also enjoy the on-park community centre hosting weekly coffee mornings, a weekly church service and other social events.  Our experienced Park Managers at Pedna Carne will be able to tell you more about the timetable for upcoming events.

Other services at the Park

There is a regular bus service at the park with buses to Truro every weekday Monday to Friday and to Bodmin twice a week. There is also a Royal Mail postbox at the park entrance and the major supermarket brands deliver at the park.

Beyond the park

The friendly village community of Fraddon is only 1½ miles away from Pedna. There’s also a local shopping complex attracting some major brands which already include Starbucks and Next. Further development already underway is expected to add M&S, Boots and others too.

Nearby, you’ll find the Par Market in St Austell, which is one of the largest indoor markets in the UK, with over 70 stalls and cafes. It’s also only a short trip to Trago Mills – a well-known Westcountry discount retailer with a very wide range of products and some independent businesses. It’s well worth a visit.

There are a number of golf courses within easy reach. Both the Treloy Golf Club and the St Austell Golf Club are only 9 miles away.

Explore the Cathedral City of Truro only 16 miles from the park offering a wide variety of shops and a park and ride facility too.

Local amenities at Fraddon include:
Co-op and Spar supermarkets
Post Office
Doctor’s surgery
Hairdressers
Veterinary practice
Two petrol stations.

Bus Routes

405 links directly to Pedna Carne to Bodmin
Local Bus links can be found here: https://bustimes.org/localities/fraddon

Main Roads

Located just off the A30, you can reach the coast and major arteries of Cornwall of St Austell, St
Columb and Truro.

Doctors Practice

Located nearby in Indian Queens, St Column and Bodmin

Airport

Newquay Airport

Local Shops

Co-op Food
St Francis Rd

Morrisons and home delivery
134 Treloggan Road

Pubs

The Blue Anchor Inn
Chapel Rd

The Queen and Railway Inn
St Columb Road

Hospitals

Peninsula Community Health
Bodmin Hospital
Newquay Hospital
Royal Cornwall Hospital

Places to visit

Got friends coming to stay or just fancy a day out?  There are so many places to visit on your doorstep

Truro Cathedral in Malpas

Built between 1880 and 1910, Truro Cathedral has become one of the most famous pieces of architecture in the area, and an emblem of Cornwall. This building comes with a fascinating history of its own, being the first Anglican cathedral built for over six hundred years.

St. Austell Bay

The largest town in Cornwall, St Austell has been a key part of the landscape since the thirteenth century. Today, a visit to St Austell Bay is a must on anyone’s itinerary. The town itself has plenty to offer, including old churches, charming facades, and plenty of shops and restaurants.

St. Michael’s Mount

This island has been the centre of local myths and legends for over a thousand years. It’s easy to spend a full day here, and there’s plenty to keep visitors busy. The historic castle is still a private residence but has several well-preserved rooms open for the public to explore.

Visit the Eden Project

One of the most famous modern sights in the local area is the Eden Project. This spectacular tribute to the natural world has been named Best UK Leisure Attraction by the British Travel Awards five years in a row and attracts over one million visitors each year.