All the usual Stalls and don’t bopther with brteakfast – we are serving ‘toasties’
The Band Room will be open on Friday afternoon 2-4pm to accept items for sale or raffle and ‘home baking’ would be very much appreciated.
Fundraising for the Memorial Hall. Veronica Stansfield 01208 850727 email@example.com
After 13 years with the Luncheon Club, Lee Brattle will be retiring after the July Luncheon Club to spend more time on grand children duties
The Luncheon Club are looking for a new leader; this is an exciting opportunity to lead a happy team who shop, prepare, cook, serve and clear away at the monthly Luncheon Club held at the Football Club on the third Tuesday of the month.
The Leader of the Luncheon Club has overall responsibility, the Club has a Secretary and a Treasurer – being a cook is an advantage but not a necessity
Membership of the Luncheon Club is open to over 55’s living in the Parish of St Breward, with approximately 55 people attending the monthly Lunch. For more information please contact Lee Brattle 01208 851252
The Luncheon Club would like to say a big ‘Thank You’ to Judith Nance on her retirement from the Luncheon Club, she has been with the Club for twelve years as a Helper and then Treasurer. Lee and all the Members are grateful for her help and dedication which has been much appreciated
Unfortunately since September our numbers have dwindled and we don’t have many younger members on the books to keep us running. Unfortunately financially we can not keep running on such low numbers. I have been a member for 51/2 years and my youngest is about to start preschool so it a natural end for me to finish my post as secretary.
Caroline cannot continue to run the Playgroup without support or with such low numbers so has decided it’s the right time to retire from the Playgroup after 25 years. She plans to continue helping and being involved with Messy Church. Caroline and myself have other commitments over the summer so have decided the final session will be the 11th June.
However if anyone maybe willing to-continue running the Playgroup or has any other thoughts or ideas, the insurance is valid until March 2019 and Caroline would offer any support needed after the summer.
Some of the toys will remain at the Village Hall to be used for messy church or if anyone wants to use them for a party’s or events at the Hall. Anything else will be donated or sold. If you have any questions or would like to discuss anything please feel free to call myself or Caroline.
On the 11th June, I am organising a Morning tea and play to help Celebrate Caroline’s achievement and commitment to the group over the 25 years. It would be lovely to see any members past or present or anyone who would like to join us to celebrate her retirement please let me know if you plan to attend so I can organise the Catering. Call, text or email me on 07800 549254 firstname.lastname@example.org
Jess Evison St Breward Baby and Toddler Group Secretary
‘Oskar Schindler arrives in Krakow in 1939, ready to make his fortune from World War II. After joining the Nazi party he staffs his factory with Jewish workers, when the SS begins exterminating Jews in the Krakow ghetto, Schindler arranges to have his workers protected to keep his factory in operation, but soon realizes that in so doing, he is also saving innocent lives’.
Doors open at 1.30pm for a 2pm start. Annual Membership £2 Admission Donations: Members £3 Visitors £4, Refreshments included. The full list of Films for 2018 can be found on the Memorial Hall notice board at Row, Community website www.stbreward.net and Hall Secretary, 01208 850727 email@example.com
With the ongoing refitting of the kitchen at St Breward Football, the Luncheon Club for Tuesday 16 May is cancelled.
For more information about the Luncheon Club contact Lee Brattle 01208 851252
On Tuesday afternoon 8 May between 3 and 6pm at the Memorial Hall, there will be another oppertunity to find out more about purchasing one of the new 2 and 3 bedroom properties in Chyryn Drive under the Shared Ownership Scheme.
The affordable Housing team have confirmed that they are regularly seeing deposits of 10% on current applications, and this is only 10% of the share (not the full open market value), so deposits could be as low as £4,625 for a 25% share in a 2 bed. They also advised that for the right applicant (financial background), they are seeing 5% deposits.
Liverty have arranged to have an independent Financial Advisor at this event to assist potential purchasers identify their options.
Potental purchasers may wish to follow the link to the Help To Buy South West website, this is a panel of approved IFA’s who specialise in finding S106 mortgages and so may be of use to potential purchasers in addition to the Independent Financial Advisor at next week’s event. The HTBSW website also has a panel of approved solicitors again with a S106 specialism who may be able to help prospective purchasers.
Work is proceeding well on the provision of an Enabled Toilet and BabyChange Facility and refitting of the kitchen. More information from Kerry Dingle 01208 851008 firstname.lastname@example.org
A warm welcome to all, whether you are on the way to collect children from School or on the way home, out for a walk, fancy meeting up with friends or even just on holiday in the area come on in!!
Please do spread the word about the Community Cafe to those who might be interested. Transport may be available, please contact Sheila Nottle 01208 850824 or Tracey Haynes 01208 851272 email@example.com
The Community Café is being run by the committee of the Memorial Hall who are grateful to the Carnival Committee for their donation towards start up costs
The May edition of the Parish Magazine for St Breward (and Blisland with Temple, and Helland) will be available from St Breward Stores from Tuesday 1st May.
Find out about the new mobile Post Office, keep up to date with the Chyryn Drive development and learn what else is happening in your village. And enjoy the jokes…
Exceptional value at only £1!