The latest edition of the Community News is available at the Old Inn, St Breward, either to collect if you have a subscription, or to buy ‘over the counter’: the Old Inn’s opening hours are 11am – 11pm. If you prefer, you can buy a copy, or arrange to collect your subscription copy, from the Blisland Stores by contacting Ben at email@example.com
Catch up on the news from St Breward – and Blisland, Helland and Temple too – and find out what events are planned. See the reports from various sources including our Cornwall Councillor, our MP, the WI and the Church – which also gives notice of the retirement of our Rector/Vicar. Useful adverts for local businesses, the Coffee Break quiz and wordsearch, a recipe, and much more…
Get your copy to read what’s been happening in St Breward and what events are planned, including what’s on in Carnival week, 24th June – 1st July.
Reports include those from the Church, the WI, our MP and our Cornwall Councilllor plus other items such as those from Bodmin Search & Rescue Team, ‘Out and About’ and Nature Reports. You can also read about the happenings in Blisland, Temple and Blisland and enjoy the ‘Coffee Break’ quiz and wordsearch.
Apologies for the late posting. Copies of the latest Community News are still available at St Breward Stores: make sure you get your copy to find out about the happenings here in St Breward and also in Helland, Blisland & Temple.
‘Down Your Way – St Breward’ offers reports from many of the village groups; you can read the WI piece on their visit to the SUEZ incinerator at St Dennis; there are the regular articles from our Cornwall Councillor, our MP and our Rector and there are two separate items on Nature.
There’s also the ‘Coffee Break’ quiz and word search page and a cake recipe…
Lots to read as well as adverts for local businesses. All for only £2.00!
Get your Community News to keep up to date with what’s been happening and also what events are planned in St Breward, including the celebration of the forthcoming coronation: an event that most of the UK population has never seen before!
There are the usual items, including reports from our Cornwall Councillor and our MP – the latter giving details of the latest Household Support Fund; the Church; the WI and the Nature Reports. Also included in the Community News is the description of a visit to Bodmin Jail, news from Bodmin Search & Rescue Team and much more. There is also a sad farewell from Trikyd – there will be no more Miary.
Use your Community News to find local traders, and cheer yourself up with Coffee Break – and the jokes.
Copies of the the March edition of Community News are still available at St Breward Stores. Previously named The Parish Magazine, the new name is much more inclusive of all the parishes – not just highlighting all the happenings in all four villages but also being a handy guide to many local businesses and tradespeople.
Get your copy to keep up to date with what has been happening, and what events are planned as well. Lots of interesting articles including a book review; a restaurant & shop visit; the all-terrain policing vehicle and more, plus the regular reports from the Church, the WI, our MP and County Councillor and, for relaxation, the Coffee Break page.
Easy to read font, bright clear photographs – and some jokes: all good value for only £2.00: get your copy now!
Buy or collect your copy of the February magazine at St Breward Stores now. As ever, there are plenty of items to read – reports of events past and information about those to come; an article on nature and some lovely wildlife photos; updates from our MP and Cornwall Councillor; a book review, a recipe and much more, including ‘Coffee Break’ to stimulate your brain cells!
This bright and beautiful magazine is for sale at £1.50
From March, the Parish Magazine will be renamed Community News to promote a broader readership. Sadly, like many things in life at the moment,there will be an increase in the price due to increasing production costs – the magazine will cost £2 each from March. However, an annual subscription will save you money: £20 will provide 12 editions of the magazine for the price of 10 – this month’s edition has a subscription form inside. The form can also be printed off from here