The approved minutes of the Parish Council meeting of January 2018 may be viewed by clicking here.
The next monthly meeting of St Breward Parish Council will be held on Tuesday 6th February at the Memorial Hall. The meeting begins at 7pm and there will be an opportunity for members of the public to speak at the very beginning of the meeting.
All are welcome.To view the Agenda, please click here.
A drop-in meeting will be held on Wednesday 21st February, 4-7pm at the Memorial Hall
A representative from Devon & Cornwall Housing will be present to answer questions about renting or purchasing (shared ownership) of properties on this development.
Please note: registration must be done on-line: it will not be possible to register at this event.
All allocations will be made subject to applicants’ meeting a Section 106 agreement which shows a strong local connection to:
1st Priority: The Primary Parish of St Breward
2nd Priority: St Tudy, Michaelstow, Advent, Davidstow, Altarnun
The ‘Area Local Connection‘ criteria are as follows:
- Applicants have been permanently resident in a relevant priority for at least 3 years prior to advertising; or
- Applicants being formerly permanently resident in a relevant priority for a continuous period of at least 5 years; or
- Applicants having their permanent place of work in a relevant priority for a continuous period of 3 years prior to advertising (more than 16 hours per week/non seasonal); or
- Having a connection through an immediate family member who is currently resident in a relevant priority, and has been resident for a period of at least 5 years prior to advertising.
Advice for rented & shared ownership housing and information can be found on Cornwall Homechoice
To find out all the details about criteria and applications, please click here.
Please contact DCH Lettings on 01392 814550 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- find out what’s been happening in St Breward, Blisland with Temple & Helland
- see what events are planned
- read the articles – history; wildlife (that’s the birds, insects, flowers, trees and so on); reviews of places visited; recipes, etc.
- study the reports from County Councillors
- search adverts for local traders, services, companies, food suppliers, cafes etc.
- and more (and don’t forget the jokes!)
All this for ONLY £1 a month from your local shop
published on the 1st of each month
St Breward AFC Refurbishment Committee is pleased to announce that ‘Awards for All’ (part of The Big Lottery) have awarded a grant of £8650 towards the conversion of the former snug/storeroom at the Football Club into a toilet faculty suitable for all users, this facility will also be equipped with a baby changing unit.
Photo show the Refurbishment Committee with the letter form Awards for All giving details of the grant.
For more information about the Refurbishment Project please contact Kerry Dingle 07864 862799 email@example.com
‘Daniel Blake a 59-year-old widowed carpenter is relying on welfare after a recent heart attack leaves him unable to work. Despite his doctor’s diagnosis, the authorities deny him benefits and tell him to return to his job. As Daniel navigates his way through an agonizing appeal process, he begins to develop a strong bond with a destitute, single mother who’s struggling to take care of her two children’
Films are shown in the War Memorial Room which has been professionally equipped with a 10 foot screen amd surround sound. Follow the link to Moorland Community Cinema to see the 2018 Film Programme. Annual Membership £2 Admission donations Members £3 Visitors £4
Everyone welcome to the History Group’s monthly meeting in the St Breward Memorial Hall on Wednesday 31 January, commencing at 7pm. Judith and Peter Hewitt will be speaking about ‘Customs & Celebrations’
Members £2 Non Members £3, Refreshments and Raffle More information from Val Hill 01208 851565
Biddy moved to Delabole in the bitter winter of 1947 with her husband who was to be the GP for St Breward, Camelford and Delabole for over 30 years and is fondly remembered by many: Biddy was Dr Holden’s phone answering service while also bringing up three children. She was well known for her paintings and linoprints and had prepared many linoprints ready for the family to decorate her coffin which she had chosen to be cornflower blue in colour! A lovely person – she will be missed by all her knew her.
A private cremation will be held this month and a Memorial Service will be held at St Endellion church later this year, date to be announced.
The Mobile Library van will visit St Breward every fourth Wednesday between 4pm and 4.30pm, beginning on 17th January: it will stop outside the old shop & Post Office. To find out further dates, please visit the village calendar.
Remember: use it or lose it!