Trelonk itself has a wealth of history. A brickwork existed on the perimeter of the Trelonk Estate, on the edge of the Fal estuary between 1891 and 1907. Today, all that is left is the tall chimney once used to draw air through the kilns to keep the temperature rising, and the silt in the ground.
Despite the Estate being farmed for years, Trelonk has diversified its cropping and its approach, utilising scientific breakthroughs in horticulture and regenerative agricultural practices over the past 5 years. Successfully producing honey, borage and other specialist oil seed crops such as, Calendula, Camelina and Sunflowers, the Trelonk Wellbeing Brand was launched. Products made from oils grown and pressed on the farm, are blended with plant extracts to create high-impact and 100% natural wellbeing products to help consumers move, feel and sleep better.
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Extra and unused space on the farm was used to grow different herbs, crops and produce, such as rosemary, apples, chestnuts and elderflower. What was once unused bi-products of pressed hemp or sunflower seeds is now used to make fish bait and dog treats.
The small Wild Cornwall team make everything by hand, with some products on our website made in collaboration with local suppliers such as B-Skincare. We aim to be as sustainable and as waste-free as possible, bringing you small batch products and limited edition, seasonal produce and products!