Redruth (England) Reviews
Newest Review: ... town's business. Redruth cinema has also recently been updated. It now has a bar, and a new screen which has leather sofas for it's seating. It's pretty cool. The Redruth Pound Shop, just off the town centre in Symons Terrace, is one of the locals favourite. They also sell cans of pepsi, coke, sprite etc for 25p, which helps with the current inflation that we are going through. I think it's safe to say we've all felt the pinch. But anyway, Redruth has now even lost Gamer'z, which almost killed some of the socially deprived nerds that used to shop there. On the other hand, we do have a pimping new soap shop, like a not so well known Lus... more
Customer Redruth (England) Reviews (4)
by Kernow Rydh - written on 18/07/09
Lose the St George's flag, Redruth is in Cornwall, not England.
by - written on 10/07/08 (Useful, 128 readings)
I figured I'd better leave an up to date description of Redruth as the last one was left five years ago. Lately Redruth has had some attention paid to it by the council. We have new pavements and new seating throughout the town centre. Admittedly Redruth is a dying town, and we have recently lost our Co-op which generated alot of the town's business. Redruth cinema has also recently been updated. It now has a bar, and a new screen which has leather sofas for it's seating. It's pretty cool. The Redruth Pound Shop, just off the town centre in Symons Terrace, is one of the locals favourite. They also sell cans of pepsi, coke, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/06/03, updated on 21/12/03 (Very useful, 521 readings)
Redruth means Red River, in Cornish. There's a fact for ya'! Anyway, on with the review! Redruth is a town in the centre of Cornwall. You would think it would be easy to write about a town that you have lived in for the whole of your life, but it's hard to know where to start. Firstly, I should say that it has great transport links. It has frequent and reliable* bus service which runs to practically everywhere in the county. We also have a train station, which is on the main route, so no inconvenient changeovers to just get two stops away. Also, all coaches that run to and from the county go through Redruth, so no problems there. But, if you have a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/09/01, updated on 04/09/01 (Very useful, 1095 readings)
Rarely is someone actually content with where they live. People always try and improve upon where they currently are. It would be wonderful if everyone just said that they love living where they do, but that simply isn't the case. Include me in that if you will, because I hate where I live. Where do I live? Redruth, unfortunately. Well, that could cause an argument actually, as I do not technically live where most locals would consider to be Redruth, but sure enough, Redruth is on my address. I live pretty much in between Redruth and Camborne. If you were to time yourself walking from my home to either Redruth or Camborne, then it would be quicker to walk to Redruth, Read the complete review
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