St Breward held a Macmillan Coffee morning in the Band Room on 28th September and it was well supported by villagers from St Breward and other neighbouring villages. At 11.00 am Fran Calver Braved the Shave and Gilly Penn set to work with her razor. Over £1,400 was raised from sponsors as well as the raffle and side stalls of cakes, jewellery bric-a-brac not forgetting the coffee and tea with a slice of cake. Well Done Fran.
THE ADDAMS FAMILY are coming to St Austell.
St Breward Community bus will be running us there.
ONLY 3 SEATS LEFT ON THE BUS
Ring Bonny Bryan 01208 851661 for more details and to reserve your seat.
Members from 3 villages met at the Old Inn on 14th December 2018 for lunch.
On the 12th September the St Breward WI hired the community bus driven by Clive Scrivener and enjoyed an afternoon outing to Bude ending at The Deck, an award winning restaurant for a meal. We had a good time despite the windy weather.
St Breward WI presented on Tuesday 13th December at the Village Hall a Pantomime called The Tale of No Tail loosely based on a stray tortoiseshell cat who happened to turn up in De Lank without her tail. It was written and produced by Christine Woolf and acted by other members of the WI. Many villagers were in the audience and having lunch served sat back and watched the performance, which was reported as professional standard, very funny and enjoyed by all.
Back row from left to right: Pat Lismore, Mary Riddiford, Fran Calver, Dawn Hewlett and Lorely Stanton. Front Row from left to right: Marilyn Hunter, Christine Woolf, Bonny Bryan and Linda Sykes
THE THEME FOR THE ROYAL CORNWALL SHOW CUP COMPETITION held at the Royal Cornwall Showground, Wadebridge on 9th to 11th June 2016 was:
REUSE, RECYCLE – TOO GOOD TO WASTE
The entry included a jar of chutney from garden produce; a cushion made from a shirt; an arrangement of garden flowers and a poster promoting recycling, which featured a model motorbike made from a coke tin.
St Breward WI have been actively enjoying the Festive Season.
Happy New Year to you all.
All the St Breward Village Groups and children were invited to celebrate the Centenary of the WI at the Village Hall last Wednesday the 9th September. The Cake was made by Emma, the daughter of Fran Calver and was cut by Margaret Willets who is our longest current member. Afterwards we enjoyed a performance of the Golden Fish by the Penny Puppets.