KEAY THEATRE, ST AUSTELL

THE ADDAMS FAMILY are coming to St Austell.

St Breward Community bus will be running us there.

ONLY 3 SEATS LEFT ON THE BUS

Ring Bonny Bryan 01208 851661 for more details and to reserve your seat.

‘Tonne of Tins’

St Breward CP School is supporting

PIRATE FM

In their ‘Tonne of Tins’ project

If you don’t listen Pirate FM check out their website for more details on this worthy scheme.

We are offering to be a collection point for those unable to get to the official sites, just drop into the box in the school foyer, during normal school hours (9am-3pm).

You don’t even need to speak to anyone, but you can call Jo on 01208 850547 if you want any further info.

‘Most Wanted Tins’

Rice pudding    Spaghetti

Custard     Peas/carrot

Meat/fish     Stew/curry etc Tomatoes

Pirate have already collected over 2 tonnes but a foodbank worked said that 1 tonne will be distributed to those families with tokens in just a week and a half.So every tin collected will make a difference.                                                                                Please bring any donations to school by 15th February.

Luncheon Club

Membership of the Luncheon Club is open to residents of St.Breward who are over 55 years of age. Lunch is usually served at the football club on the third Tuesday of each month.

For more information about becoming a member of the Luncheon Club contact Norma Harbinson on 01208 851329 or Marilyn Pluess at marilynpluess@gmail.com.

St Breward Brownies

Upcoming events for the Unit – January Newquay swim and McDonalds : May – County wide Brownie sleepover Myths and Magic 

For more information about these and Brownies contact Marilyn Pluess 01208 851156

Parish magazine for December now available

Copies of the December parish magazine for St Breward, Helland and Blisland with Temple are now available at St Breward Stores. Buy your copy now to find out what’s been happening in your area and what events are forthcoming; read Nature Reports, learn about some superstitions, see the adverts and have a go at the quiz – and don’t forget the jokes!

Subscription slips are available with the magazine to make sure you don’t miss out on any copies next year. The magazine will continue to be great value at only £1 per copy.

 

 

 

Cards for Good Causes

Christmas is coming!

For many people, sending and receiving Christmas cards heralds the start of the festive season and helps to stave off winter blues with steady reminders that family and friends are thinking of each other during the cold, dark weeks ahead.

Sending a charity Christmas card not only helps brighten someone’s day but also helps support one of the many brilliant organisations working tirelessly to improvelives across the UK.

‘Cards for Good Causes’ help over 250 charities by selling their cards in 300 popup shops across the country. It offers an unrivalled selection of charity Christmascards, wrapping and stocking fillers and promise to return at least 70p in every £1to the individual charity you have chosen to support.

Buying from Cards for Good Causes is a great choice for both you and your chosen charity.

You can see a selection at

Central Methodist Church Launceston from 1st November to 8th December 10am – 4pm Monday to Friday 10am – to 1pm on Saturdays

Bodmin Moor Study

The Bodmin Moor study results are finally in and I’ve just been informed that another trip to the moor is in order!

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  jel27@leicester.ac.uk