|Telephone:||0330 123 4783|
|Opening Hours:||Mon-Thurs 8:30am-5pm
|Address:||Falmouth Marine School Killigrew Street, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 3QS|
5 Rating and Gold Award for Cornwall Healthy Eating Federation
The café offers a great choice of hot and cold snacks together with soft drinks and confectionery. We also provide a Weekly Special of a hot meal along with other meal deals and coffee and delicious homemade cake deals. All allergens and dietary requirements catered for.
Monday – Friday 8.15am – 3pm (term time)
For more information or if you require catering for events call 01326 310327
Please let us know if you have any mobility or health issues you require support with. If you have an accident or feel unwell, your host will contact a trained first aider who will be able to offer assistance.
If the alarm sounds, your host will direct you to the assembly point. Remain with your host at all times.
The Cornwall College Group's sites are non-smoking except in designated areas.
Toilet facilities for use by staff and visitors are clearly signposted. Please ask your host if you are unsure which facilities to use.
Making sure that you are safe and enjoying your life at college is really important to us – so it’s at the centre of all our planning and all that we do.
We kindly request that all visitors adhere to the following recommendations to ensure the health and safety of our community.
Cornwall College has campuses in Camborne, Newquay and St Austell and also as part of The Cornwall College Group, has specialist land-based and marine partner colleges, Duchy College, Bicton College and Falmouth Marine School across the region. We also have a dedicated Engineering Skills Centre in Plymouth, a Professional Skills Centre at St Mellion Resort and a training partnership with the world famous Eden Project.
Click on a link below for directions to campuses.
|Falmouth||Duchy Stoke Climsland|
|Falmouth||Eden Project Learning|
|Falmouth||SISNA - Plymouth|
|Falmouth||Cornwall College Golf - Sussex|
The main campus on Killigrew Street is in the heart of the town centre, all bus and train links connect the town very well to the rest of the county. The refurbishment of the campus has increased the amount of car parking available and the main bus depot for the town is only 100 metres away.