A bakery in a busy seaside town has closed its doors to undergo a big renovation.

Found on the corner of High Street and Victoria Street, the Cornish Bakery has made Southwold its home for six years. 

On Sunday, March 3 the venue closed to carry out a complete refurbishment of the business. 

The works will see a complete refresh of its interiors with the inclusion of natural timber cladding and tiles in rich, earthy tones. 

Outside the garden space will be revamped to make it a comfortable space to enjoy baked goods in all weather conditions. 

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East Anglian Daily Times: The plans for the refurbishmentThe plans for the refurbishment (Image: Cornish Bakery)

To showcase the business' Cornish birthplace, the Southwold location will be adorned with lights from Cornwall-based Studio Haran alongside paintings and illustrations from South West based artists Sophie Harding and William Luz. 

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Steve Grocutt, founder of Cornish Bakery, said: "Under our new brand, we are injecting more space and character into our popular Southwold location.

"I am confident it will be the premium space and experience for both residents, and visitors to, the beautiful town of Southwold. Bakery is the new coffee shop, and we are at the forefront of this.

"We're looking forward to welcoming customers, new and old, into our revamped bakery."

The newly refurbished bakery will reopen its doors on Friday, March 15.