Keeping up to date with events and activities in St Breward


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Community News (Formerly The Parish Magazine)  Available from St Breward Stores & Post Office the beginning of each month, £2 a copy

Community Noticeboards Dotted round the Village, advertising local events and activities

Facebook St Breward Community on Facebook

Parish Council Noticeboard At the top of Row Hill

Parish Council Website The Official Website for St Breward Parish Council

Village Groups Contact List   A comprehensive list of all the Local Organisations in St Breward, is available.   St Breward Village Group Contact List Feb 2023                        A paper copy of this list can be made available to those without internet access or  tel 01208 850727

Community Email Saturday 28th January 2023


St Breward’s Just Giving Table

A message from Denis Lusby, Chairman St Breward Parish Council

‘A community needs to work together to survive, especially in these difficult times, St Breward Parish Council has set up a Just Giving Table which the Parish Church have kindly made room for at the back of the Church, the Church is open every day 10am-4pm

The Parish Council has purchased some suitable groceries and toiletries to kick off our Just Giving Table. This scheme will be in place for 6 months from January to June 2023 and then a review will be undertaken.

There is no shame in needing to use our Just Giving Table; we are all part of this caring, supportive St Breward Community; it is just through circumstances that some of us are struggling. Let us work together to make sure that no member of our community is struggling alone.

Non perishable food items such as: Pasta, rice and noodles, tins of tomatoes, soup, meat, vegetables, lentils, beans and pulses, jars of pasta sauces. Teabags, coffee, cartons of UHT milk, fruit juice and baby food

Non food items such as: Toiletries- Deodorant, toilet paper, shower gel, shaving gel, shampoo, soap, Toothbrushes, toothpaste, laundry liquid detergent and powder, washing up liquid, feminine products- sanitary towels and tampons

Volunteers are required to check that all products are in date and to restock the table.
If you are interested in helping to monitor the table, contact Christine Lusby 01208 850517.

The Parish Council would be grateful for local organisations to help spread the word about the Just Giving Table amongst their family, friends and neighbours’

More information available on the Parish Council Website

Community Newsletter – Wednesday 22nd March 2023

Coronation Celebrations

Following a public meeting on Friday 3rd March, plans are now in place to celebrate the Coronation

On Monday 8th May there will be a Community Picnic Lunch at Rylands 12noon -2pm Bring along a picnic lunch, tables and chairs will be laid out; the Band will play and there will be cake and ice cream for everyone!!

In order to know how many tables, chairs, cakes and ice cream will be needed we are asking every household to buy a ticket from St Breward Stores at £1 a household.  Tickets on sale from 1 April

All the ticket numbers will go into a draw and the winner will receive a Carvery for four people (2 adults and 2 children), kindly donated by The Old In

The Community Bus will be running a shuttle service round the Village


Children’s Crown Decorating Monday 8th May
On the way to the picnic lunch, bring your children along to the Village Hall between 1100 and 12noon where they will be able to decorate a crown to wear at the picnic

Display of Children’s Drawings of ‘Royalty’   6th, 7th and 8th May
The Parish Church will be hosting a display of children’s drawings – the theme is ‘Royalty’!!

This is for children aged up to 11 years of age.

If your child does not attend St Breward School and you would like their drawings to be included in the display please contact Cathy McShee 01208 850435

The drawings will be on display Saturday 6th May through to Monday 8th May, the Church is open daily

Coronation Commemorative Mugs
The Parish Council will be presenting  Coronation Commemorative Mugs to all young people living in the Parish aged up to 16 years of age on 31st December 2023. Please use the registration form below to register children for commemorative mugs.

The form can also be used to order Coronation Commemorative Mugs,                         they are £6 each

Commemorative Mugs Registration & Sales

Platinum Jubilee Commemorative Mugs
There are a small number of Platinum Jubilee Mugs still available at £5 each, contact Veronica Stansfield 01208 850727 if you would like to purchase one

For more information about the Coronation Celebrations in the Village, please contact Veronica Stansfield 01208 850727  07790 634429

Community Newsletter Monday 23rd March 2023

Rural/Community Crime Surgery Thursday 23rd March

The Rural/Community Crime Team will be at Blisland Community Shop  on Thursday morning 23rd March 10am-12noon


St Breward Guides Easter Bingo

 Contact Heather Harper for more information 07816 55492












Community Newsletter Saturday 11th March 2023

St Breward Parish Council

Invitation to quote for repair and refurbishment of bus shelter at Rylands, St Breward PL30 4PP

  1. Strip away ivy from the building and dispose in a proper manner. Roots should be treated to ensure no regrowth.
  2. Rake out crack in the beam above entrance to inspect steel reinforcement. If reinforcement is in sound condition, then the beam is to be re-rendered. If the steel reinforcement is corroded, then beam needs to be replaced (Parish Council representative to inspect and agree course of action on this item) Please quote for both scenarios.
  3. Remove existing timber benches, dispose of them in a proper manner and replace with similar. (please give details of the replacement benches showing type, size and materials. PC will consider wood or plastic construction)
  4. Construct a solid path from road edge to shelter. Details of construction and finish to be included. Any excavated materials to be removed from site.
  5. Raiings in front of shelter to be cleaned, rust removed and painted with a suitable paint. (Paint to be specified)

Quotes to be submitted to:

Clerk, St Breward PC c/o Hantergantick Farm, St Breward.Bodmin.PL30 4NH or    by 2nd April 2023  for consideration at next Parish Council meeting on 3rd April 202


Community Bus Association

A message from the Bus Committee

‘As our regular patrons know is now up and running again and looking forward to a successful future and aim to increase the service to St.Breward, St.Tudy, St.Mabyn and Blisland.

To maintain the current service and hopefully grow, the Association needs volunteers with a variety of skills which obviously includes Drivers with a D1 class license, but also Volunteers to handle Bookings, Maintenance and Care of the Bus

If you have a little free time  (currently no more than an hour or two a week or half a day a month) which you think you would like to commit to being an active member of the Bus Association to give something back to your community

Please let us know by emailing your contact details to  and we’ll be in touch to have a chat

Revised Bus Timetable March and April 2023


Carnival Coffee, Cake and Craft Saturday Afternoon 18th March 

Support your local Carnival’


  St Austell Amateur Operatic Society Presents Young Frankenstein

This Spring St Austell Amateur Operatic Society will be putting on Mel Brooks Musical Young Frankenstein at the Kay Theatre St Austell.
Bonny Bryan has booked 16 seats for the matinee performance on Saturday 8th April, show starts at 2.30pm, the tickets cost £18.  If there is enough interest the Community Bus will be booked for the trip

Following the performance Trevor and Pam Ternough have kindly invited the party to afternoon tea at their home near the Theatre

For more information contact Bonny Bryan 01208 851661 07494 675850 or

Community News, March edition, still available

Copies of the the March edition of Community News are still available at St Breward Stores. Previously named The Parish Magazine, the new name is much more inclusive of all the parishes – not just highlighting all the happenings in all four villages but also being a handy guide to many local businesses and tradespeople.

Get your copy to keep up to date with what has been happening, and what events are planned as well. Lots of interesting articles including a book review; a restaurant & shop visit; the all-terrain policing vehicle and more, plus the regular reports from the Church, the WI, our MP and County Councillor and, for relaxation, the Coffee Break page.

Easy to read font, bright clear photographs – and some jokes: all good value for only £2.00: get your copy now!




Community Newsletter – Thursday 2nd March 2023

Parish Council Meeting Monday evening 6th March

The March meeting of the Parish Council will be held in the Memorial Hall (Limehead) on Monday evening 6th March, commencing at 7pm

Prior to the start of the meeting there will be an opportunity for members of the public to discuss any items which feature on the agenda with all the Parish Councillors.  If any other members of the public wish to discuss any other items – they will be considered for next month’s agenda.

Anita Cornelius, Clerk to St Breward Parish Council

Denis Lusby, Chairman St Breward Parish Council  01208 850517

Click Here to view the Agenda 02 March 2023


Community Bus

The Bus Timetable for March and April is now available

Click Here to view the Timetable


Community News  (Formerly The Parish Magazine)

The Community News Magazine for April is now on Sale in St Breward Stores & Post Office   £2 a copy


Community Newsletter Sunday 26th February 2023

World Day of Prayer  Friday afternoon 3rd March

Everyone welcome at the World Day of Prayer in the Parish Church on Friday afternoon 3rd March at 2pm, followed by refreshments

Contact Margaret Overton for more details 01208 851380


Coronation of the King How shall we Celebrate? 

The Parish Council is interested in finding out how the Parish  might want to celebrate the Coronation of the King in May

Come along to a meeting in the Memorial Hall at Limehead on Friday evening 3rd March at 7pm, bring along ideas and suggestions       


 Moorland Community CinemaSaturday afternoon 4th March  

Come along to the community cinema in the Memorial Hall at Limehead to see Kinky Boots (2005) 12

Doors open 1.30pm, film starts 2pm Admission donations,Members £4 Visitors £5Includes refreshments – Tea and cake!

Contact Veronica Stansfiedl for more information         07790 634429


St Breward Parish Council  

Tenders are invited for Footpath Paring, Grasskeeping  & Associated Work 2023 in the Parish of St Breward  Closing date Sunday 2nd April 2023

St Breward Parish Council 2023 Footpath Paring Grasskeeping & Associated Work Contract V3

or contact Councillor Stansfield 07790 634429       

Tenders to be submitted by Sunday 2nd April 2023 to:                                                                                                                                             Anita Cornelius Clerk to St Breward Parish Council                                                 Hantergantick Farm St Breward Bodmin PL30 4NH

Community Newsletter Sunday 19th February 2023

History Group  ednesday Evening 22nd February

Everyone welcome to the History Group meeting on Wednesday 22 February in the Village Hall, doors open 6.30, meeting starts at 7pm.

The Speaker is Garry Tregidga and the subject ‘The History of the Song Trelawny’. Members £2, Visitors £3, refreshments and raffle

More information  from Val Hill  01208 851565

Garden Club   Friday Evening 24th February

Everyone welcome at the Garden Club meeting in the Village Hall on Friday 24th February at 7pm, which will be a Question & Answer Evening where they will share their knowledge and help each other.

Question in advance will give time for answers to looked up. Members £2 Visitors £3 refreshments and raffle

For more information contact Sue Matthews 01208 850681  or Jackie Greengrass 01208 851592