Cornwall-based family-owned bakery, Philps will be opening up a new shop right in the centre of Camborne.Philps is one of the most famous Cornish pasty bakeries in the county and already has four shops – two in Hayle, one in Marazion, and one in Praze-an-Beeble.Commenting on her excitement at the move, Owner Nina Philp told West Briton: “Camborne is a great town for us to be in and I’m sure it will benefit from a great pasty shop opening up.“We weren’t actively looking to open in the town, but the right property became available so we decided to go for it.”Philps will be moving into 28 Trelowarren Street, which was formerly home to continental deli Dax Delicatessen.The shop is aiming to open within the next month and will create a small number of new roles within the business.
BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — The “Jersey Boys” are in Binghamton Wednesday night and they are giving students a special behind the scenes look. Kevin Patrick Martin has over 10 roles in the production and said he hopes students learn they can make their dreams a reality. Students were given advice on how to project their voices as well as how to stand tall. The performers say getting this insight is especially important as they didn’t always have the opportunity when they were younger. “The first time doing something, it can be scary and that’s okay,” Kaish said. “The first time is always weird, but you need to do it once to do it twice.” Music director, Michael Kaish, said he hopes the music session not only strengthens their singing, but also their courage to perform. They also told students that “everyone gets nervous,” but to follow their passion. “I didn’t know that it could be a career and so to hopefully inspire some of them to follow that path could be really awesome,” he said. Sean McGee plays the role of Bob Crewe and said aspiring actors need to be tenacious and resilient. “I hope that they take away that it takes a lot of practice and coming back round after round and just not getting it right away doesn’t mean that you won’t get it ever,” he said. Wednesday afternoon, the Jersey Boys gave students vocal lessons at Binghamton High School. They say they want to inspire students to follow their dreams. The performers said not only do they enjoy performing, but they also love interacting with the crowd and community. They said they hope the students learn to trust themselves and to never give up. “A lot of people will tell you different things, good advice, bad advice, but you have to stick to who you are and know that and just keep going after that,” McGee said.