Latest Parish Magazine out on Tuesday 1st May

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!


Parish Council meeting, Tuesday 1st May

The next meeting of the St Breward Parish Council will be on Tuesday 1st May at the Memorial Hall, after the Annual Parish Meeting. The Parish Council meeting will begin at 7. 30pm and members of the public will have the opportunity to speak just prior to the start of the meeting.

To view the Agenda, please click here.

International Dark Sky Week

This week, 15th – 21st April, is International Dark Sky Week and on Bodmin Moor, which has been designated a Dark Sky Landscape, there are two events being held to celebrate this. On Friday 20th, there will be a FREE Galaxy of Stars evening, at Siblyback Lake , a stargazing evening led by Caradon University, beginning at 7.30pm, and on Saturday 21st April, a performance of Deep Space Triple Bill, will be held at  Sterts Theatre, Upton Cross, near Liskeard. For full details of both events, please click here.

To keep our world class dark sky over Bodmin Moor, we need to minimise light pollution, both on the Moor itself and also in the the 2 mile buffer zone surrounding it. For more information on protecting our Dark Sky, please click here.

Tenders invited for footpath paring schedule

Tenders are invited for the maintenance of the Public Footpaths in St Breward Parish from suitably qualified contractors.

Persons wishing to tender for this work must have the required insurance, and be prepared to wear protective clothing where necessary. Users of chain saws must have the appropriate operating certificate.

A suggested width for a footpath is 1.5 metres with a height of 2 metres.

  • Single cuts should by typically undertaken in June.
  • 2 Cuts: First cut should typically be undertaken between May & July and the second cut between August & September.
  • 3 cuts: These are to be undertaken at a time agreed by the contractor and the Parish Council.

These dates are subject to alteration as a result of annual variance is seasonal weather conditions. The Parish Council will liaise with the contractor in respect of the timing of the work.

To view the paring schedule, please click here. Tenders to be submitted by Monday 1st April to:

Anita Cornelius, Clerk to St Breward Parish Council, Hantergantick Farm, St Breward, PL30 4NH