What London had, St Breward can Attempt ……………..
As part of the Remembrance Day commemorations in the Church I am building a Poppy Wave similar to those in London and Plymouth.
I would like to invite the community of St Breward to get involved by knitting, crocheting, sewing or making by any other craft, poppies to be part of this Wave. These can be in memory of family members or just as a token of respect for the fallen, or even just the challenge of producing something. I have a crochet and knitting pattern for anyone who would like to participate, or you are welcome to work to your own design.
This project is going to take an awful lot of red wool! plus cut out card, crepe paper, or fabric poppies. Grateful for any donations of these items that can then be used to make the poppies.
Please phone me or bring them along to the Memorial Hall when the Community Cafe is open on the first and third Monday of the month 2-4.30pm. Everyone is welcome to come along to the Cafe and work at making poppies
In order to give enough time to assemble the ‘Poppy Wave’, all the poppies need to be made by the end of October
Please contact me on 01208 851235 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like further information. Fran Calver, Windfall, Rylands.
The next monthly meeting of the Parish Council will be held on Tuesday 7th August at the Memorial Hall. The meeting begins at 7pm and the public are permitted to speak just prior to the start of the meeting.
To view the Agenda, please click here.
Get up to date with what’s been happening in St Breward, Helland and Blisland with Temple and discover what events are planned as well. Read interesting items on a range of topics, find out about church and chapel services, see the adverts from your local tradespeople, eating places, etc, and much more – and don’t forget the jokes!
Copies available at St Breward Stores – fantastic value at only £1!
Come along to a fun evening at St Breward Football Club on Saturday evening 4 August for an Auction of Promises – you might just grab yourself a bargain!!
Fundraising for The Alzheimer’s Society and white goods for refurbished kitchen
The auction stars at 7.30pm, the bar with be open and food will be available all evening
The list of items to be auctioned is growing all the time but among the items are: an Mot voucher, 2 pizza at the Football Club, cheese hamper from Dairy Crest, 2 family passes for Eden, a dozen yeast buns, baby sitting, 2 Sunday roasts at the Football Club, Barnicutts voucher, half a day’s carpentry labour, voucher and tour Tintagel Brewery, ironing and a ride in a Ferrari.
The list of ites to be auctioned is being added to all the time. For more information and to donate items to be auctioned, contact Sam Roy 07971 773113 email@example.com
Should you not be able to attend, sealed bids can be given to Sam Roy
Pictured above are the St Breward AFC Refurbishment Committee who are pleased to have handed over the new Enabled Toilet & BabyChange Facilty and Refurbished Kitchen.
For more information on the Project contact Kerry Dingle firstname.lastname@example.org
01208 851008 07864 862799
On Saturday 4 August the Moorland Community Cinema in the Memorial Hall will be showing ‘Where Angels fear to Tread’ (1991) PG Directed by Charles Sturridge Starring Helen Bonham Carter, Helen Mirren, Rupert Graves and Judy Davies.
‘When a rich widow Lilia, visits Tuscany with her friend she falls in love with Gino, a poor man. Lilia’s former mother-in-law, Irma, doesn’t think the marriage is a suitable one, but she can’t convince Lilia to return to England. When Lilia dies in childbirth, Irma sends her son, Philip to bring the child back, but he encounters multiple obstacles, including his newfound infatuation with Italy’
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
After a delicious meal at Veronica & Bill Hill’s house, The Friends of St Breward First Responders donated a cheque for £501.63 to Charlotte Hicks, Paramedic and Community First Responders’ Liaison Officer to SW Ambulance NHS Foundation Trust. The money will be used to train Community First Responders for North Cornwall, including St Breward, so the funds will still be of benefit to our community.
In the photo are Norma Harbinson, Charlotte Hicks, Jane Hanscomb & Veronica Hill – Mike Jones was unable to attend. The Friends have now disbanded but anyone interested in becoming a First Responder can:
- register on the www.nhs.jobs.uk website and ask to be notified of SWAST jobs or
- call the Responder Department at Exeter Ambulance Control on 01392 261646 or
- contact Charlotte Hicks on 07775 812767
St Breward Carnival Royalty at St Tudy Carnival, where they won:
Best Royal Vehicle
1st Prize Fairy Queen
1st Prize Fairy Attendants
1st Prize Royal Group
3rd prize under 6/s
Well done Annabel, Claire and Tilly
As 2018 is the thirtieth anniversary since the Carnival was restarted in 1988, the Scarecrow theme this year was ‘Pearls’. The winning Scarecrow ‘Pearl Diver’ was made by Judith & Sonia
Click here to see all the entries in the Annual Scarecrow Competition. All Scarecrow photos taken by Wes Powell