Stall holders at Cornish Market World in Par were working round the clock to repair the damage caused by a foot of muddy water.
Skip loads of damaged stock has been thrown away costing hundreds of thousands of pounds.
But Charlotte Scott says spirits remain high amongst traders:
"We've rallied around, helping each other. As we've finished one stall, that trader then comes along and helps you.
"We've all pulled together. The spirit's fabulous. We're determined to fight on and be open this weekend."
Staff at the Eden Project say last week's floods will cost the attraction millions of pounds in damage and lost revenue. Eden re-opened on Wednesday 24 November.
Members of the multi agency recovery group are continuing to stage special drop in sessions providing advice and information to local communities affected by the flooding.
These sessions, which are taking place between 10 am and 2pm at Alexander Hall, St Blazey; at Lostwithiel Community Centre and at St Andrew's Church Hall in Mevagissey, will continue to be led by staff from the Council's localism team.
Any tenants or landlords with specific housing queries can either pop in to speak to a member of the localism team or contact the Council's Housing service on 0300 1234 161.
A series of multi-agency flood surgeries involving staff from the Environment Agency, police, South West Water, Cornwall Council's localism and highways services, local councils, the voluntary sector and a range of other agencies, are also taking place during this week.
The sessions are taking place in:
Thurs 25 Nov: Lostwithiel Community Centre between 4-6pm Fri 26 Nov: The Jubilee Hall, Mevagissey between 4-6pm Mon 29 Nov: Pentewan Village Hall between 4-6pm
The aim is to help people learn more about what happened, what caused the flooding and how they can protect their homes against any future flooding as well.
Flood damaged item collections
The Council is continuing to provide support to residents and businesses whose properties were damaged by the flood water.
The skips which were sited in Mevagissey, Lostwithiel, St Blazey and Pentewan immediately after the floods have now been replaced by an assisted collections service in which local people can contact the Council to arrange for bulky waste items to be collected from outside their properties.
Anyone requiring the assisted collections service can telephone:
The Council's waste collection contractor Serco on 01726 223311 The floodline number on 0800 7313 247 or The Council's customer service number on 0300 1234 100.
Council Tax concerns
The Council is also offering support to people worried about paying their council tax and business rates.
Members of the Council's Revenues team will ensure that, where necessary, an appropriate discount or exemption will be applied as soon as possible.
The payment process will also be delayed in the main affected parishes of Lostwithiel, St Blazey, Mevagissey and Pentewan.
Further information can be found by calling the Revenues team on 0300 1234 171.
A special appeal has now been set up for people wanting to donate money towards helping the victims of last week's flooding.
Cornwall Community Foundation has opened a bank account for the cause...
To donate you can call CCF on 01566 779 333 or 01566 779 865
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