On Saturday afternoon 16 Novemberr the Moorland Community Cinema in the Memorial Hall will be showing ‘Summer in February’ (2013) 15 Directed by Christopher Menau and Starring Hattie Morahan and Mia Austen
‘Two friends at a 1913 artists colony in St Ives, compete for the affections of a comely debutante, but the object of their pursuit soon learns to regret her choice’
Doors open at 1.30pm for a 2pm start. Annual Membership £2 Admission Donations: Members £3 Visitors £4, Refreshments included. The full list of Films for 2019 can be found on the Memorial Hall notice board at Row, community website www.stbreward.net and from Hall Secretary, 01208 850727 email@example.com
Row, St Breward, circa 1920
Everyone welcome to the History Group meeting in the Memorial Hall on Wednesday 30 October at 7pm. ‘The History Boys’ (Jon and Brian) will be showing some of the 3000 images in the Archives – come along for some nostalgia!!
Members £2, Visitors £3 (includes refresmhenst).and there will be a Raffe!
Row June 2019
More info from History Group Secretary Val Hill 01208 851565 firstname.lastname@example.org www stbrewardhistory.co.uk
Available to rent in Granite Rise St Breward PL30 4EP
Four 2 bedroom (4 person) houses in Granite Rise St Breward PL30 4EP All properties come with a garden and parking, benefit from air-source heating, have a bathroom with shower over the bath and have a modern fitted kitchen with stainless steel extractor, electric hob and built in oven.
Please call LiveWest on 01872 267381 if you’re interested and meet the below
All allocations will be made subject to applicants’ meeting a Section 106 agreement which shows a strong local connection to St Breward in the first instance, and St Tudy, Michaelstow, Davidstow, Advent, Alaranum and Blisland in the secondary.
A local connection is:
- Being permanently resident therein for a continuous period of at least 3 years immediately prior to Advertising; or
- Being formerly permanently resident therein for a continuous period of five (5) years; or
- Having his or her place of permanent work (normally regarded as 16 hours or more a week and not including seasonal employment) therein for 3 year immediately prior to Advertising; or
Having a connection through a close family member (normally mother, father, brother, sister, son or daughter) where the family member is currently resident therein and has been so for a continuous period of at least five (5) years immediately prior to Advertising
On Saturday afternoon 2 Novemberr the Moorland Community Cinema in the Memorial Hall will be showing ‘The Scent of a Woman (1992) 15 Directed by Martin Brest and starring Al Palino, Chris O’Donnell, James Rabhorn, Gabrielle Amwar and Philip Seymour Hoffman. This film is 2hr 40mins, there will be an Intermission – but bring a cushion!!
‘Frank is a retired American Army Officer who is blind and impossible to get along with. He is to be looked after by College Student Charlie who needs to raise money for a trip home for Christmas. It looks like easy money, but Charlie didn’t reckon on Frank spending his Thanksgiving in New York’.
And as an extra film this Autumn we will be showing ‘Summer in February’ (2013) 15 on Saturday 16th November. Directed by Christopher Menau and Starring Hattie Morahan and Mia Austen
Two friends at a 1913 artists colony in St Ives, compete for the affections of a comely debutante, but the object of their pursuit soon learns to regret her choice’
Doors open at 1.30pm for a 2pm start. Annual Membership £2 Admission Donations: Members £3 Visitors £4, Refreshments included. The full list of Films for 2019 can be found on the Memorial Hall notice board at Row, community website www.stbreward.net and Hall Secretary Veronica 01208 850727 email@example.com
Fancy Dress Competition Winners L-R Aaron (7) Ruby (7) and Tayla-Mae (5)
Chief Witch Tracey with Flo
The ‘Ghosts, Games & Grub’ Halloween Coffee Morning in the Memorial Hall on Sat 26 October was a noisy, fun filled morning, with about 30 children dressed in an amazing range of costumes, a great excuse to get dressed up and put on some make up!!
The event raised £300 For Hall funds, thanks to all who helped in any way to make this another very enjoyable ‘Ghost, Games & Grub
The staging to provide tiered seatingg for the community cinema has been delivered – just need to work out how to put it all together!!
Come along to the ‘Community Cafe’ in the Memorial Hall on Monday afternoon 7 Oct 2-4.30pm where The History Boys (Brian & Jon) will be showing photos from the Archives. The History Group now has thousands of photos in the Archives and this will be a rare chance to see some iconic photos and hopefully for some additional names and dates to be added to them
As well as the usual delicious cakes on offer there will be an ‘Afternoon Special’ A mug of fresh tasty filter coffee with a toasted, buttered tea cake for only £2.50. Why not spoil yourself with this offer while enjoying the photographs.
More info on the Community Cafe from Sheila Nottle 01208 850824
Join us on a Carnival Safari Supper Saturday 21 September.
We will be starting with Drinks & Nibbles – and Raffle! at School before moving on to The Chapel for Starters. Up the hill to the Football Club for Main Course which this year will be a ‘Roast’ (Roast Beef, Chicken wrapped in Bacon or a Gluten Free Vegetarian Curry). Finally on to the Village Hall for Delecious Dessserts, Cheese & Biscuits and Coffee
Tickets – £12 Adults. £6 Juniors (5-11) Family £32 (2 adults and two juniors), are available from Carnival Secretary Sharon 01208 850191 Sittings at 6, 6.30 and 7pm. please select your Main Course when booking. – and book early to avoid disappointment
The Community Bus will be the Safari transport – Please book a seat on the Bus when booking your ticket(s)
Carnival Secretary, Sharon Bourne 01208 850191 firstname.lastname@example.org
On Saturday afternoon 7 September the Moorland Community Cinema in the Memorial Hall will be showing ‘The Queen’ (2006) 12A Direceted by Directed by Stephen Frears, Starring Helen Mirren, Michael Sheen, James Cromwell, Alex Jennings and Sylvia Syms
‘In the wake of a national tragedy, the prime minister and royal family find themselves quietly at odds. The initial reluctance of Buckingham Palace to mourn Diana is seen by the public as a sign of cool emotional distance, but Tony Blair, perceiving a potential public-relations disaster in the making, takes it upon himself to persuade the Queen’
Doors open 1.30pm pm for a 2pm start Admission donations £3 Members, Visitors £4 (includes refreshments). More info from Veronica 01208 850727 email@example.com
Staff from Nat West will be giving a presentation in the St Breward Memorial Hall about scams on Wednesdays 8 and 15 May 1030 – 1pm, the cost including refreshments will be £5 per person. The Presentation will cover all scams including e-mail, phone & good old fashioned doorstep
The same Presentation will be given on both dates, should the demand exceed places available we run the Presentation again later in the year
Tel or email the Memorial Hall Secretary to book a place on the course. 01208 850727 firstname.lastname@example.org