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Failing carpet retailer could be replaced with food store

Cornish Guardian Tuesday, 15 January 2019
Failing carpet retailer could be replaced with food storeThe unit at Camborne Retail Park in Trevenson Road is currently home to a Carpetright store but chain went into administration last year with the closure of 92 stores and uncertainty around its future.
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