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Farmers, home owners and business people all have their story to tell

Because we have helped thousands of people in the South West with their insurance over the years, we have built up an inspiring collection of Member case studies, telling these fascinating stories.

You will find stories from Cornwall, Devon, Somerset and Dorset.

Dip into this selection of case studies and you will get a glimpse of the service Cornish Mutual provides to our insurance customers. You can read the stories or watch some of them on video.

If you would like to feature as a Cornish Mutual case study in future, please do get in touch with us.

Andrew Julian and his wife Hannah are sheep, beef and dairy farmers based in Looe. Cornish Mutual has been insuring Andrew’s family for three generations. We cover their business and personal insurances including covering their robotic milking machines.

Greenaway’s Recycling is located at Marley Head near South Brent in Devon and is owned by three friends, Mark Causey, John Milman and Andrew Dayment, (of which John and Andrew also own individual businesses insured by Cornish Mutual).

Cornish Mutual Members the Mutton family are the perfect example of how farm diversification can benefit not only farm owners, but the community as a whole.

Cornish Mutual Members the Mutton family are the perfect example of how farm diversification can benefit not only farm owners, but the community as a whole.

Cornish Mutual Members Sarah and Richard started running Smeaton Farm in 2006 after moving from their successful farm shop in Somerset. Situated in the Tamar Valley in Cornwall, Smeaton Farm is a 450 acre working farm that is home to the Amazing Maize Maze and 4-star Bed and Breakfast.

Growth of family business leads to forage harvester investment

Raising awareness of health & safety on farms

New state-of-the-art dairy unit provokes revaluation of farmer's sum insured

New state-of-the-art dairy unit provokes revaluation of farmer's sum insured

Hollywood comes to Dartmoor

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