Carnival Week kicks off on Saturday afternoon 29 June with the Silver Band’s Music by the River at Wenford
Saturday 29th June, Scarecrows must be erected by noon today – this year’s theme is Pirates!!
Saturday 29th July – Friday 5th July, (afternoons) Photographic Exhibition in the Memorial Hall
Sunday morning 30th June, Church Service followed by a Buffet Lunch
Monday afternoon 1st July, Afternoon Tea in the Memorial Hall
Tuesday eveniing 2nd July, Annual Carnival Week Quiz at the Football Club
Wednesday lunchtime 3rd July, Soup & Sweet Lunch in the Chapel
Wednesday evening 3rd July, Johnny Cowling in the Marquee at the Football Club
Thursday afternoon 4th July, View the Minature Garden (made by St Breward School pupils) which will be on display in the Marquee – Stay for Tea & Cake
Thursday evening 4th July, Bingo at the Football Club
Friuday evening 5th July, Annual Football Club Dinner & Presentationn Evening in the Marquee
Saturday 6th July is Carnival Day
Registration at Rylands 5-5.30pm, Judging 5.30-6pm. Procession moves off at 6pm to the Football Club whre there will be refreshments, entertainment and Bouncy Castles. Presesentation of Prizes will take place in the Carnival Marquee
For more information on these evenst and details of this year’s Carnival, pick up a copy of the Carnival Programme (£1), in St Breward Stores or contact Carnival Secretary Sharon 01208 850191 email@example.com
Two session on Andriod Phones Wednesdays 9 and 16 October 1030-1pm, total cost £10
Two session on iPhones Wednesdays 23 and 30 October 1030-1pm, total cost £10
Should these be oversubscribed we will arrange more sessions
For more information and to book a place on one of the courses contact Hall Secretary Veronica 01208 850727 firstname.lastname@example.org
Copies of the June magazine for St Breward, Helland and Blisland with Temple are available from St Breward Stores. Read about what’s been happening in your village; learn about some of the superstitions associated with the animals in our yards; think about taking part in the (St Breward) sunflower competition and find out what our County Councillors and MP have to say. Other items include the Church and Chapel reports, another photo from the archives and, of course, the jokes.
Still fantastic value: 50 pages for only £1!
On Saturday afternoon 15 June the History Group has organised an escorted visit to Temple. If you would like to come along and also if you would like a lift contcat History Group Secretary Val hill 01208 851565 email@example.com
The cost is History Group Members £2, Non members £3
The next Parish Council meeting will take place on Tuesday at the Memorial Hall.The meeting will begin at 7pm and members of the public may speak to the meeting on topics included in the Agenda just prior to the start. Subjects not on the Agenda may be taken forward to the monthly meeting in July.
To view the Agenda, please click here.
Introducing the first St Breward Carnival Mayor and Mayoress – Rhys Keen-French and Sophie Sutton
Breaking with a tradition going back in St Breward to at leat 1913, this year we have ‘retired’ Carnival Royalty and moved forward with a Carnival Mayor and Mayoress. Rhys and Sophie, traveling on the Carnival Float wil lead the Procession on Saturday 6 July.
Full details of all the events and activities during Carnival Week, together with photos from Carnival 2018 can be found in the Carnival Programme, on sale at St Brward Stores & Post Office. The first programme was bought by ‘Uncle Bob’ Luxford,who is hoping that he has bought the ‘Lucky Number’ programme
More info from Carnival Secretary Sharon 01208 850191 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Scarecrow theme is Pirates. All Scarecrows must be erected by noon Saturday 29 June. Entry forms from Carnival Secretary Sharon No 1 Row (opposite the Chapel). Entry fee £1 and all Scarecrows must contain some straw!!
By kind permission of the Headteacher, Helen Ward, this year’s Annual Parish Meeting will be held at St Breward Community Primary School as the Parish Council are keen to involve the pupils in the life and future of their village.
To view the Agenda, please click here.
Members £2 Non Members £3, Raffle and Refreshments
More information from Val Hill 01208 851565
Copies of the magazine for St Breward, Helland and Blisland with Temple are now available from St Breward Stores. Get your copy now for all the news in your village. Read reports from the Primary Schools, your Cornwall Councillors and your MP; find out what’s been happening in the area and what events are coming your way; enjoy the history and wildlife articles and much else as well. Don’t forget to read the adverts too – you never know what you might find useful!
Fantastic value – 50 pages this month and all for just £1!
The Annual Parish Meeting will be held this year at St Breward Community Primary School on 16th May, by kind permission of the Headteacher, Helen Ward. Instead of the traditional evening meeting, it will be held in the afternoon, starting at 2pm, as the Parish Council is keen to involve the pupils in the life and future of their village.
The Agenda has yet to be finalised but will include a presentation on the work to improve the Historic Footpath from School to Churchtown, due to start in June this year.
Anita J Cornelius, Clerk to St Breward Parish Council email@example.com
Denis Lusby, Chairman St Breward Parish Council 01208 851294