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The times and availability of the Services listed below change to meet current conditions and Goverment Guidance – Please check regularly

St Breward Surgeries  
Brookside Surgery – Dispensary Only
Monday 2 – 3pm, Thursday 0830 – 1130 & 4 – 5.30pm, Friday 12noon – 1pm
Row Surgery
Monday 3.30 – 5.30pm, Wednesday 1030 – 1230, Friday 0830-10am

 


Shop & Post Office                                                        Monday to Saturday 7.30am to 7.30pm  Sundays and Bank Holidays  9am to 5pm  01208 850260  stbrewardstores@gmail.com                                                   Home deliveries for the vulnerable and those isolating

‘When the Shop is open the Post Office is open’

 

 

The Play Area was reopened in mid July is now open                           

The Parish Council reminds parents/carers that allowing children to use the play area is done at their own risk and to follow the rules for safe use displayed on each gate.

 

Parish Church 
The Church is open daily for private prayer.. Regular Sunday Services are held every first and third Sunday of the month, commencing at 11.10am

Everyone will be asked to sanitise their hands as they enter and leave.  Social distancing at all times.  For more information, contact Cathy McShee 01208 850435

The Old Inn & Restaurant Churchtown 01208 850711  www.theoldinnandrestaurant.co.uk

Revised information will be available soon

The St Breward Credit Union Service Point is open Wednesdays  10.30am – 12 noon at Gwerty Koth (old Shop), Row.
For more information about Credit Unions do call in or contact Denis Lusby 01208 850517 denis.lusby@btinternet.com

Mobile Library                                                             Outside the Doctor’s Surgery at Row, Wednesdays 4-4.30pm,   21 October, 18 November, 16 December and 13 January 2020

The service has been adapted to pandemic conditions and to provide a safe service, customers will not be able will not be able to board the mobile library to browse, instead books will be returned/issued at the door, observing the current social distancing measures..

Join the Library online and use your membership card both online and at the Mobile Library.  Please bring you membership card number with you on your first visit

Should you need any help or more information please contact Jo Zimber Community Library Information Assistant (East Area) Joanne.Zimber@cornwall.gov.uk  0300 1234 111

Snails’s Pace Cafe & Cycle Hire at Wenfordbridge            is now closed for the winter. They are however offering pre-ordered whole cakes/treats which can be collected from the café or delivered in the local area.                                                                                       Please get in touch through their social media or email info@snailspacecafe.co.uk

  www.snailspacecafe.co.uk

St Breward AFC Social Club  Brake Parc  Penvorder Lane 01208 850526

Saturday & Sunday from 12noon.   Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday closed. Thursday and Friday from 7pm

Club House Kitchen                                                            Friday Breakfast 0800 – 1030  Take Way or delivery     Saturday 5pm-8pm Take Way or Delivery                                                                             Sunday Roast 12noon-2pm Take Away or Delivery

Nic’s Mobile Catering
Monday, Wednesday & Friday Nicola Dingle 07462 137100

 

Golden Fry have suspended their weekly visits to St Breward during the Lockdown;  they are at present operating a Drive Through Service from the Callywith Roundabout on Monday to Fridays between noon and 1pm and between 5 and 7pm.

 

Fish Deliveries  Salli Scott is continuing to co-ordinate fish deliveries from Port Isaac
Please contact Salli 07877 781875 saascott@hotmail.co.uk for details of ordering, collection and payment.

 

 

Moorgoods   Penvorder Lane is open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm, Saturday 9am to 12noon (later by appointment)  01208 850543 kevinfoster@moorgoods.co.uk

 

 

Parish Council Remote Meeting Tuesday 01 December 2020

The next meeting of St Breward Parish Council will take place remotely on Zoom, beginning at 7pm. This is in line with Government Covid-19 legislation requiring social distancing measures to be followed and to promote Government instructions.

To view the Agenda, please click here

 

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St Breward Remembreance 2020

On Remembrance Sunday 8th November, Loveday Davies (a member of St Breward Band) played the Lost Post and Reveille outside her home in Limehead and wreaths were laid at the War Memorial on Mine Hill by Dominic Fairman on behalf of Cornwall Council and Alan Rowe on behalf of the British Legion Cornwall

Due to ongoing restrictions the usual combined service could not be held in the Parish Church on Remembrance Sunday or at the War Memorial on Remembrance Day. However, on Remembrance Day, at the War Memorial on Mine Hill, a simple (non- advertised) wreath laying ceremony was carried out.

Phil Nance read out the names on the memorial, the Last Post and Reveille was played (recorded music), wreaths were laid by Joe Kay on behalf of the community and Pat Lismore on behalf of the WI, a wreath made by the Brownies and Guides was laid before the service. Crosses were laid by Roy Coombes on behalf of the Rifles (formerly the DCLI), Anna and David Corns and Judith Nance.  As the sound of the Last Post faded away a lone bell ringer (Bill Hill) tolled the bell in St Breward Church Tower.   Following the wreath laying, Churchwarden Jeremy Hooper, laid a wreath at the bottom of the War Memorial in the Church.

During November people visiting the church for private prayer are able to see the Remembrance displays made by Fran Calver, some of which featured the locally made poppies from earlier years

News from The Christmas Lights Group

We understand that Christmas is going to be a bit different this year so are hoping that we can do our best to keep the village feeling as festive as possible.
Following the fantastic response in 2019, are going to be running the Advent Calendar Christmas Window competition again this year.  £5 to enter and all you have to do is make sure that your Christmas themed decorative window is lit up for the village to see on your designated day in December.
We will also be running a virtual quiz on the 20th November via Zoom. £5 per team to enter with a prize for the winning team. All those interested please email stbrewardchristmaslights@gmail.com and you will be provided with an invite link to join the quiz. Zoom is a free downloadable app which can be downloaded on a computer, phone or tablet device and will allow everyone to join in electronically.
The following video explains how you can join a Zoom meeting but please let us know if you need help or have any questions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFhAEoCF7jg
For those who wish to take part, please send us an email or contact a member of the committee to make payment and details will be provided.
Some of the 2019 Advent Calander Christmas Windows to give everyone inspiration!!
Best Wishes
St Breward Christmas Lights Committee stbrewardchristmaslights@gmail.com
Megan 07503 727298
Bridie 07802 691847
Shannon 07497 704199

Coronavirus Newsletter No 28

The Parish Church is open for private prayer (hand sanitiser and signing in).  Although we have not been able to have traditional Remembrance Services this year, there are some special Remembrance displays in the Church, some featuring poppies made in previous years

Christmas Cheer from St Breward Carnival

The community has always supported Carnival events and activities and this year the Carnival Committee is doing their own version of the Postcode Lottery to show their appreciation of this and to cheer everyone up.

There is no entry fee and the prizes will be 40 yes 40!  £25 gift vouchers to be redeemed at St Breward Stores, The Old Inn, Nicolas’s Mobile Catering and Button Meats.
A Random Number Generator App will be used to ‘draw out’ the house names of 40 lucky recipients. With just over 400 households being eligible (excluding Second/Holiday/Carnival Committee members homes), there will be about a one 10 chance of winning a a voucher!
The draw will be made in early December and the successful recipients will be visited by a Carnival Committed Member who will deliver the voucher in person. You will be asked if your name (not address) can be shown on the community website www.stbreward.net and at St Breward Stores
More information from Carnival Secretary Sharon Bourne              01208 850191 stbrewardcarnival@stbreward.net

They are araedy thinking about Carnival Day 21021 which will be on Saturday 3rd July


St Breward Parish Council is keen to join             Cornwall Council’s

We’re Watching You Anti-Dog Fouling Campaign

As part of our application to join the compaign, we need to appoint a community ambassador who will champion your ‘We’re Watching You’ campaign in the local community and play a key role in its delivery.

The Community ambassador should:

  • Be a proactive, positive member of the community who feels strongly about tackling dog fouling.
  • Be a resident in the community who is preferably not directly associated with the Parish council (e.g. not an employee or councillor).
  • Have a strong social media presence in your community.

For more information contact Anita Cornelius, Clerk to St Breward Parish Council before 20th November  parishcouncil@stbreward.net

 

News from Cornwall Councl

Click here to see

Cornwall Council Weekly Covid Dashboard

Cornwall Council has produced three information packs
They are aimed at helping residents, businesses and voluntary organisations get the help they need during these uncertain times.

Click here to see
Cornwall Council Policy & Intelligence Newsletter

 

If you think that there is information in this email that would be helpful to members of our community who do not have access to the Internet please email or telephone 01208 850727 and we will ensure that they receive a hard paper copy.

Previous Community emails/newsletters can be found here

Hedgehogs and bonfires

Please remember to check under your bonfires before lighting them: hedgehogs hibernate in piles of twigs, leaves,etc so to a hedgehog, a bonfire looks like a good place to sleep over winter.

Hedgehog numbers are falling in the UK – please don’t make it worse for them.

 

 

 

Parish Council Remote Meeting Tuesday 03 November

The next meeting of St Breward Parish Council will take place remotely on Zoom, beginning at 7pm. This is in line with Government Covid-19 legislation requiring social distancing measures to be followed and to promote Government instructions.

To view the Agenda, please click here

Members of the public are invited to attend remotely: to join the meeting, please see instructions:-

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Christmas edition of the Parish magazine

The Parish Magazine Committee is very pleased to announce that they will be doing a Winter Special of the Parish Magazine. The plan is that it will be out for the 1st December.

Therefore they are asking you to get any contributions into them by 6pm on Tuesday 10th November

The Committee wants this next issue to be another bumper edition, therefore they would like you to talk to your members and get photos, articles, dates and details to us.

Again, they want the Special to be bright, positive, colourful, cheerful, amusing, so send them your fun stories, photos and what you have planned for 2021. Everyone will all admit 2020 has been a dismal year, so instead of reminding ourselves of what we have missed out on, lets talk about all you have achieved, done and want to do next year.

All the contributions don’t have to be news from your group as a whole, so if a member has done or achieved something amazing, let people know in our villagers. Send their details and photos (remember, MUST be .jpeg format, we need the name of the photographer, who is in the photo, and if there are any children, you must have the parents consent)

If you think someone does need to be recognised or thanked for what they have done for your organisation or an individual in the village (e.g. collecting shopping for others etc.), please do send them details. Let’s praise our heroes!

They look forward to receiving all your news, plans and photographs and hearing and seeing all you’ve done and want to achieve.

Please email all items to stbparishmag@hotmail.co.uk

Stay safe in these challenging times.

Cornwall Council Information Packs

Counwall Council has provided three informaion packs for local communities:

  • community pack. This will be made available to community groups across the county.  It will help them to make sure residents, including the most vulnerable, have access to the right support. It contains information and advice on issues such as:
  • finances
  • council tax
  • food provision
  • help for those facing eviction
  • how to access a COVID-19 test

 

  • A business pack. This is aimed at any organisation that employs staff, including schools and charities. The pack provides general information on the support available to businesses. It also features guidance on what to do if one or more employees test positive for coronavirus.

 

  • A self-isolation pack. This is aimed at reassuring residents that support is available throughout their period of home isolation. Including a £500 support grant for people on lower incomes.

This pack also reminds people:

  • what self-isolation means
  • why it is important
  • how long it needs to be maintained depending on symptoms, household bubbles, NHS Test and Trace contact and test results

“We’ve been fortunate so far in Cornwall as we’ve seen relatively few COVID-19 cases compared to other areas of the country but we can’t afford to be complacent. With this in mind I would urge everyone to keep following public health guidance, however difficult this might be. We know it can be a struggle. These three packs will help community groups, businesses and residents access vital help and support provided by the council and its partners.”

“It is crucial that everyone plays their part in sticking to the rules and guidance so we can keep infection rates down and stay on top of the virus here in Cornwall.”

Health and Well Being Project; Seetec Pluss

Positive People offers a lifeline to people who are not in work to build confidence and hope.

Have fun, get involved… we offer people a chance to get involved in their communities and have fun through a range of activities

Live the life you want. Achieve your aspirations.    

 

SeetecPluss supports people of working age to develop
skills, move forward with life and find the
career of their choice.

They are specialists in work, wellbeing, health
and disability.
They work with a range of funders to offer
personalised support for individuals.
They also work with hundreds of employers
across the county and beyond.     

To find out more about either project, please contact:                                                                                           Natalie Brown     on 07341 004930

                                           

 

 

Parish Council remote meeting Tuesday 6th October

The next meeting of St Breward Parish Council will take place remotely on Zoom, beginning at 7pm. This is in line with Government Covid-19 legislation requiring social distancing measures to be followed and to promote Government instructions.

To view the Agenda, please click here

Members of the public are invited to attend remotely: to join the meeting, please see instructions:-

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