Although the War Memorial Hall (now part of the Institute & War Memorial Hall was not opened until 1923, November 2018 seems a fitting time to re-dedicate the War Memorial Room. The War Memorial Hall, a registered War Memorial, was opened in 1923, built by Apprentices from Tor Down Quarry with granite from the quarry, donated by the Nankivell family owned the quarry at that time
The re-dedication ceremony will be held on Saturday 10th November at 1.15pm, conducted by Reverends David Seymour and Doreen Spaey-Delacassa. Following the short service, refreshments will be served in the Reading Room of the Hall where the History Group will be displaying material relevant to the men of St Breward who served in The Great War, some of whom did not survive the War.
At 2pm, the Moorland Community Cinema will be showing Cornish Tommies (2018) a 15 minute film made by Creative Kernow, and Nurse Edith Cavell (1939) PG starring Anna Neagle, admission donations £3
St Breward has a unique link with the statue of Edith Cavell standing in St Martin’s Place, London. It has a white marble statue of Edith Cavell on a tall granite pedestal, standing in front of a granite block surmounted by a cross with a statue of the Virgin and Child. The granite for this memorial to her was quarried at De Lank, St Breward.
Following the film, refreshments will be served in the Reading Room. For more information contact Hall Secretary, Veronica Stansfield 01208 850727 email@example.com
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Central Methodist Church Launceston from 1st November to 8th December 10am – 4pm Monday to Friday 10am – to 1pm on Saturdays
Lots of Games and Activities for children including The Witch’s Smelly Washing Line, Pumpkin Golf, Decorating Cupcakes, The Great St Breward Snail Race, the chance to use a Virtual Reality Headset and a Fancy Dress Competition
……….and for those not interested in Ghoulish Games there will be a traditional Coffee Morning with all the usual stalls. Don’t bother with breakfast we will be serviung Hot Dogs!!
This will be our fifth year with this event, fundraing for the Memorial Hall
More info from Hall Secretary Veronica 01208 850727 firstname.lastname@example.org
‘After leaving London for the English countryside, writer A.A. Milne starts to spin fanciful yarns about his son’s growing collection of stuffed animals. These stories form the basis for “Winnie-the-Pooh” and “The House at Pooh Corner,” published respectively in 1926 and 1928. Milne and his family soon become swept up in the instant success of the books, while the enchanting tales bring hope and comfort to the rest of postwar England.’
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 seen here the Hall noticeboard at Row and from the Hall Secretary, 01208 850727 email@example.com
Thanks to everyone who supported the Carnival Quiz at the Football Club on Thursday 13 September, especially to our Quiz Masters Jon and Julie and to the Football Club for the use of their facilities. We raised £182 for Carnival funds
‘Debauched King Henry II installs his longtime court facilitator Thomas Becket as the Archbishop of Canterbury, assuming that his old friend will be a compliant and loyal lackey in the King’s ongoing battles with the church. But Becket unexpectedly finds his true calling on the ecclesiastical side, and aligns himself against the king’s selfish wishes, causing a rift and an eventual showdown not only between the two men, but also the institutions they represent.’
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
I will be presenting the results on Wednesday 19th September at the St Breward Institute & War Memorial Hall – at 6pm and Friday 21st September at the St Neot Archives – at 6pm
If you would like to attend either of these brief presentations (and ask as many questions as you like!) please let me know so we have an idea of numbers.
Thanks and hope to see you there
Jodie Lampert, Department of Genetics and Genome Biology
University of Leicester email@example.com