Keeping up to date with events and activities in St Breward


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Parish Magazine   Available from St Breward Store at the beginning of each month, £1.50

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

Community Newsletter Sunday 25th September 2022

Harvest Supper – Monday evening 26th September

On Monday 26th September there is a short service in the Parish Church at 6.30 pm followed by a pasty supper and auction of harvest goods in the Village Hall.  All proceeds go to charity. If you have any produce to be sold, please bring up to the Church

Contact Cathy McShee for more information 01208 850435


History Group Meeting – Wednesday evening 28th September
The History Group meets in the Village Hall on Wednesday evening 28th September.  Doors open 6.30pm, meeting starts at 7pm. Kingsley Rickard will be  speaking about Richard Trevithick – his place in the history of steam.

Members £2  (Membership renewal is due, £5 per person) Visitors £3 Refreshments and raffle

Contact Val Hill for more information 01208 851565


Moorland Community Cinema –  Saturday afternoon 1st October
The film on Saturday 1st October in the Memorial Hall will be Belfast (2021) 12A Directed by Kenneth Branagh, Starring Jamie Dorman, Caitriona Balfe, Ciaran Hinds, Jude Hill, Judi Dench, Colin Morgan and Lara McDonnell

Doors open 1.30pm, film starts at 2pm. Members £4  (Annual Membership £2) Visitors £5 – includes refreshments

Contact Veronica Stansfield for more information 07790 634429

Community Newsletter Thursday 15th September 2022

Monday 19th September State Funeral of
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

St Breward Stores & Post Office Opening Hours 7.30am-10.30am
The Community Cafe will not be open

St Breward Stores & Post Office Opening Hours 7.30am-10.30am

The Community Cafe will not be open


Community Bus Timetable

The Community Bus Timetable for October and November is now available

Click Here to view the Oct and November Timetable

Contact Phil Nance for more information 01208 850229


Christmas Lights Fundraising Coffee Morning

The Christmas Lights Group are holding a Coffee Morning in the Band Room on Saturday 24th September 10am-12noon

Contact Bridie  07802 691847  or Shannon  07497 704199 for more  information

King Arthur’s Hall – Excavation by Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

In September, the Cornwall AONB’s Monumental Improvement project will be working with the Cornwall Archaeological Unit to conduct an excavation of King Arthur’s Hall, an at-risk Scheduled Monument  in St Breawrd on Bodmin Moor. The team will carry out a small investigative excavation in order to understand more about the age of this enigmatic site which will ultimately help to inform its future management.

Specialists teams will be digging a small trench near the entrance to King Arthur’s Hall to examine the bank and the adjacent leat system, using Optically Stimulated Luminescence (OSL) dating to try and determine when it was built. The team will also be taking pollen, peat and water samples and examining the standing stones inside the Hall in order to discover more about the construction and use of the Monument in the past.

The main objectives of the excavation are:

  • To develop a clear chronology for the construction of the site

  • To understand the use of the Monument and its relationship with the adjacent leat system

  • To understand how the site and the environment may have changed over time

  • To understand the longer-term conservation needs of the Monument

This excavation is part of the two-year Monumental Improvement project which is seeking to ensure that 40 Scheduled Monuments in the Cornwall AONB (which are on the Heritage at Risk register of classified as vulnerable), are better protected and identified

On Saturday 17th  September Cornwall AONB will be holding a free community  event at the Village Hall – 11am-1pm and 2-4pm, with an inflatable planetarium, activities for children and lots more

For more information Click Here to visit the Cornwall  AONB Website

Community Newsletter Wednesday 7th September 2022

Village Hall Garage and Craft Fair    Saturday 10th September

A Garage Sale and Craft Fair returns to the Village Hall on Saturday 10th September, 10.00 am to 1.00 pm.
Bigger and better than ever with a wider range of stalls including lots of DIY equipment, extensive range of good quality furniture and household equipment. Along with wood carvings, glass, knitted items (and wool) handmade cards, plants and locally grown vegetables.

Refreshments include tea, coffee, bacon/sausage baps and cakes. Gluten and vegan options available                                                                                                                 Contact Ted Ryanham for more information 01208 851396

Parish Magazine: September edition now available

With the forthcoming huge increase in energy prices, this edition of the Parish Magazine includes some helpful advice from different sources: Cornwall Councillors give information on a funding scheme for tenants of private landlords and also provide contact information for accessing the Sustainable Warmth Scheme. Our MP gives a reminder of the Energy Bills Support Scheme and “Words from the Wise” provides some helpful Money Saving Hints.

There is an item about this month’s forthcoming investigative  excavation of King Arthur’s Hall on Bodmin Moor to try and solve the mystery of what it was for. There are events available for the public to attend but these must be pre-booked: all details are in the magazine.

There are articles – and photos – on nature; reports on events past and planned by the various groups in our village(s); items from the Church, the WI and Trikyd’s Miary (a wry view of events); Coffee Break quizzes etc, adverts from local traders and much more.

All this, in an easy read, attractive format for only £1.50!