Copies of the January 2020 edition of The Parish Magazine of Blisland with Temple, St Breward and Helland are now available from St Breward Stores. Make sure you get your copy to find out what’s been happening in your area – and what’s planned in the future. Wildlife and nature items; an article on superstitions; reports from the WI, the Primary School, the visit made by the Blisland Blisters (which includes members from St Breward) to the Luxulyan Valley – all this and much more for only £1!
Members £2 Non Members £3, Raffle and Refreshments. More information from Val Hill 01208 851565 email@example.com
The Community Bus departs from Churchtown at 2pm for the Memorial Hall, calling at Rylands, Row, Higher Penquite, Penvorder Lane, DeLank, Penpont, Wenfordbridge and Limhead, returning at 4.30pm
For more information, contact Sheila Nottle 01208 850824
The next monthly meeting of the Parish Council will be held in the Memorial Hall on Tuesday 7th January, starting at 7pm. Members of the public are welcome and may speak to the meeting on topics on the Agenda just prior to the start. Topics raised by the public but not on the Agenda will be carried forward to the next meeting.
To view the Agenda, please click here.
The cinema will re-open on Saturday 1st February 2020 with ‘Inn of the Sixth Happiness’ (1958) PG Directed by Mark Robson Starring Ingrid Bergman, Curd Jurgens, Robert Donat, Arthene Seyler and Burt Kwouk
Based on the true story of Gladys Aylward, a tenacious British woman, who became a missionary
‘Gladys Aylward, is destined to go to China. She is rejected as a missionary, but eventually finds her way to the town of Yang Cheng where she runs an Inn. Her peaceful existence is interrupted by Japan’s invasion of China. Aided by Lin Nan a half-Chinese/half-Dutch military officer, Gladys leads a group of orphans to safety by embarking on a dangerous mountain journey.’
Doors open at 1.30pm for a 2pm start. Annual Membership (due in February) is £2. Admission Donations: Members £3 Visitors £4, Refreshments included. The full list of Films for 2020 can be found on the Memorial Hall notice board at Row, community website www.stbreward.net and from Hall Secretary, 01208 850727 firstname.lastname@example.org
St Breward’s Historic Footpath ReopensOn Saturday morning 30th November 2019 some seventy people – and four dogs gathered at St Breward School to walk up the newly renovated Historic footpath to Churchtown where refreshments were served at The Old Inn.
This well loved path had started life as a lane that was used by carts and later on by cars until it was downgraded to a footpath in the late 1940’s. The footpath which links two parts of the village from the School at the top of Row Hill to Churchtown has always been used by pedestrians as a better and safer way to walk between these parts of the village, especially as there is no pavement on the highway.
Routine maintenance over the years was not enough to keep the footpath in good repair and the Parish Council becoming concerned that the footpath would become unusable, undertook to investigate the ways and means to repair and improve the footpath in order to make it accessible for all and provide a safe way to walk between Row Hill and Churchtown.
The project to repair and where necessary replace some of the ancient hedges, install drainage, improve the surface, provide a stock proof gate at School end make a ramped gated access at Churchtown was costed at £67800.
The Parish Council were grateful to be awarded a grant of £43,744 from the Rural Development Programme for England (LEADER Programme) toward the project costs. Other costs were met from the Parish Council and Cornwall Council
St Breward Parish Council is grateful the LEADER Programme, Main Contractor Mark Andrew and parishioners who helped with various aspects of the project.
Copies of the December edition of The Parish Magazine of Blisland with Temple, St Breward and Helland are now available from St Breward Stores. Get your copy to discover what’s been happening in your village and find out what events are planned for December and Christmas; find out about the local wildlife; read the description of an outing to a delicious Cornish attraction; try out the Christmas recipe and see what the school, the WI and the Cornwall Councillors have written. Adverts, a photo from the archives, a quiz and lots more..
A subscription form to ensure your monthly copy in 2020 is again included with this month’s magazine.
All for just £1!
Due to a cancellation we have two places available, total cost per person for Film and Lunch is £6. Doors open at 1245, Lunch 1pm, Film starts 2pm
Perhaps you know someone who would like to come along? As Saturday is fast appoaching we would welcome two people who just wanted to see the film which would be £3 per person
Please contact Veronica 01208 850727