Proposed changes to Local Government boundaries

The Local Government Boundaries Commission has decided to reduce the number of Cornwall Councillors from 127 to 83. With this in mind, the Commission has drawn up new electoral boundaries and is asking the people of Cornwall to comment on the proposals.

To see the proposed boundaries, the current ones together with the Parish boundaries, please click here on Have Your Say. The consultation closes on 17th September.

St Breward Parish Council

To comply with the Government Accounts & Audit Regulations 2015, the Local Audit (Smaller Authorities)  Regulations 2015 and the Transparency Code for Smaller Authorities  [St Breward is classified as a Smaller Authority] the following documents are published:

To read the following documents, please click here

  • Annual Governance & Accountability Return Parts I and II
  • Certificate of Exemption
  • Annual Internal Audit Report 2017/18
  • Section I Annual Governance Statement 2017/18
  • Section 2 Accounting Statements 2017/18
  • Making Provision for the exercise of public rights 2017 (exempt authorities)

St Breward CP School Stand up 2 Cancer Fund Raiser

Friday 15th June from 1.30pm 


Coffee afternoon in aid of this essential charity.

The children have been asked to bake a cake at home (without too much help), to be judged by some members of the Carnival Committee, to be crowned St Breward School Baker.  There will be the usual refreshments, on offer, for those who wish to come and view the children’s marvelous confectionery achievements, and a raffle.  Raising money for this fantastic cause we invite all the community to come along and enjoy a cuppa and a slice of something.

Please, if you can donate a cake or some muffins, or a raffle prize it would be most appreciated. Drop into school Thursday PM or Friday AM, unless you are attending.

We look forward to seeing you at this event raising money for a fantastic cause.

Community Cafe now open in St Breward

All ready for the opening of the Cafe L-R Sue Brown, Sheila Nottle, Tracey Haynes with first customer Eileen Marriott

The Community Cafe in St Breward Memorial Hall opened on Monday afternoon 4 June and will be open on the first and third Monday afternoon of the month between 2-4pm

The Community Bus with Bus Driver Nigel Mitchell (01208 850345)  will be running to enable everyone to have the opportunity to visit the Cafe. The route will be the same as the Tuesday trip to St Breward Stores at Churchtown.  The bus will depart from the shop at Churchtown at 2pm, Rylands 2.03pm, Row (old shop) 2.08pm, Mount Pleasant, Higher Penquite Football Club 2.15pm, Penvorder, DeLank, Penpont, WenfordBridge 2.20pm, Higher Lank, Limehead Memorial Hall 2.30pm, please stand on the roadside and hail the bus.  The bus will return in the reverse order

More information about the Community Cafe from Sheila Nottle 01208 850824 or Tracey Haynes 01208 851272

 

Community Cafe opens Monday 4 June

Come along to the Community Café in the Memorial Hall at Limehead on Monday afternoon 4 June 2-4.30pm.

The Community Bus with Bus Driver Nigel Mitchell (01208 850345)  will be running to enable everyone to have the opportunity to visit the Cafe. The route will be the same as the Tuesday trip to St Breward Stores at Churchtown.  The bus will depart from the shop at Churchtown at 2pm, Rylands 2.03pm, Row (old shop) 2.08pm, Mount Pleasant, Higher Penquite Football Club 2.15pm, Penvorder, DeLank, Penpont, WenfordBridge 2.20pm, Higher Lank, Limehead Memorial Hall 2.30pm, please stand on the roadside and hail the bus.  The bus will return in the reverse order

More information about the Community Cafe from Sheila Nottle 01208 850824 or Tracey Haynes 01208 851272