Christmas edition of the Parish magazine

The Parish Magazine Committee is very pleased to announce that they will be doing a Winter Special of the Parish Magazine. The plan is that it will be out for the 1st December.

Therefore they are asking you to get any contributions into them by 6pm on Tuesday 10th November

The Committee wants this next issue to be another bumper edition, therefore they would like you to talk to your members and get photos, articles, dates and details to us.

Again, they want the Special to be bright, positive, colourful, cheerful, amusing, so send them your fun stories, photos and what you have planned for 2021. Everyone will all admit 2020 has been a dismal year, so instead of reminding ourselves of what we have missed out on, lets talk about all you have achieved, done and want to do next year.

All the contributions don’t have to be news from your group as a whole, so if a member has done or achieved something amazing, let people know in our villagers. Send their details and photos (remember, MUST be .jpeg format, we need the name of the photographer, who is in the photo, and if there are any children, you must have the parents consent)

If you think someone does need to be recognised or thanked for what they have done for your organisation or an individual in the village (e.g. collecting shopping for others etc.), please do send them details. Let’s praise our heroes!

They look forward to receiving all your news, plans and photographs and hearing and seeing all you’ve done and want to achieve.

Stay safe in these challenging times.

Cornwall Council Information Packs

Counwall Council has provided three informaion packs for local communities:

  • community pack. This will be made available to community groups across the county.  It will help them to make sure residents, including the most vulnerable, have access to the right support. It contains information and advice on issues such as:
  • finances
  • council tax
  • food provision
  • help for those facing eviction
  • how to access a COVID-19 test

 

  • A business pack. This is aimed at any organisation that employs staff, including schools and charities. The pack provides general information on the support available to businesses. It also features guidance on what to do if one or more employees test positive for coronavirus.

 

  • A self-isolation pack. This is aimed at reassuring residents that support is available throughout their period of home isolation. Including a £500 support grant for people on lower incomes.

This pack also reminds people:

  • what self-isolation means
  • why it is important
  • how long it needs to be maintained depending on symptoms, household bubbles, NHS Test and Trace contact and test results

“We’ve been fortunate so far in Cornwall as we’ve seen relatively few COVID-19 cases compared to other areas of the country but we can’t afford to be complacent. With this in mind I would urge everyone to keep following public health guidance, however difficult this might be. We know it can be a struggle. These three packs will help community groups, businesses and residents access vital help and support provided by the council and its partners.”

“It is crucial that everyone plays their part in sticking to the rules and guidance so we can keep infection rates down and stay on top of the virus here in Cornwall.”

Health and Well Being Project; Seetec Pluss

Positive People offers a lifeline to people who are not in work to build confidence and hope.

Have fun, get involved… we offer people a chance to get involved in their communities and have fun through a range of activities

Live the life you want. Achieve your aspirations.    

 

SeetecPluss supports people of working age to develop
skills, move forward with life and find the
career of their choice.

They are specialists in work, wellbeing, health
and disability.
They work with a range of funders to offer
personalised support for individuals.
They also work with hundreds of employers
across the county and beyond.     

To find out more about either project, please contact:                                                                                           Natalie Brown     on 07341 004930

                                           

 

 

Parish Council remote meeting Tuesday 6th October

The next meeting of St Breward Parish Council will take place remotely on Zoom, beginning at 7pm. This is in line with Government Covid-19 legislation requiring social distancing measures to be followed and to promote Government instructions.

To view the Agenda, please click here

Members of the public are invited to attend remotely: to join the meeting, please see instructions:-

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St Breward Planning Decisions, September 2020

Planning decisions

 PA20/06345 Oakley – approved

PA20/06483  Eddystone Cottage – approved

PA20/03725  Tim Hutton, Field Kitchen – approved

PA20/03973  Roughground – approved

PA20/05296  Hantergantick Quarry – approved

PA20/05828  Boulders – Mrs Levers – withdrawn

PA20/0606   1 TPO Tree work at Darrynane – approved

                                               

St Breward Planning Applications (3) 23rd September

Planning Applications

                                                                          Application number:    PA20/07475                             Proposal:                      Outline application for proposed new dwelling and associated works with all matters reserved                                                           Location:         Land Opposite Tredavas, Penpont St Breward Bodmin                                                                                                                               Applicant:        Mr And Mrs Russell                                                                                    Grid Ref:         208786 / 74514

Application number:   PA20/05024
Proposal:                     Two storey side extension with porch and raised decking area      Revised plans
Location:                     3 Mount Pleasant St Breward Bodmin PL30 4NU
Applicant:                    Ms Dangar And Mr Twentyman                                                     Grid Reference:         209614 / 76330

Application number:     PA20/07497                                                                              Proposal:                       Extension providing Bedroom, En-suite, Utility and Storage space with associated Remodelling to layout                                                                            Location:                        Limehead Edgehill Coombe Road St Breward Bodmin PL30 4DQ Applicant:                       Mr & Mrs Penn                                                                            Grid Reference:           209374 / 76219

Planning applications may be viewed on the Cornwall Council planning portal by clicking here and typing the appropriate reference number into the search bar.

Please submit any comments on the above applications by Monday 5th October at the latest to Anita Cornelius, Parish Clerk, at parishcouncil@stbreward.net

 

St Breward Planning Application 11th September

Planning Application

Application  PA20/07082
Proposal      Proposed dwelling with variation of conditions 2 (plans) in respect of application
PA17/09625 dated 30/11/2017 and application PA17/02904 dated 31/08/2017

Location       The Avaries St Breward Bodmin PL30 4NA
Applicant       Mr A Nelder
Grid Ref        208950 / 77071

Planning applications may be viewed on the Cornwall Council planning portal by clicking here and typing the appropriate reference number into the search bar.

Please submit any comments on the above applications by Monday 5th October at the latest to Anita Cornelius, Parish Clerk, at parishcouncil@stbreward.net

St Breward Parish Council Annual Return

The Annual Return of St Breward Parish Council consists of six documents:

  • Notice of Public Rights 29th August 2020
  • Local Authority accounts: a summary of your rights August 2020
  • Annual Internal Audit Report, page 3, 2019/2020
  • Annual Internal Audit Report, page 4, 2019/2020
  • Annual Internal Audit Report, page 5, 2019/2020
  • Internal Audit Report 12th July 2020

To view these documents, please click here.

Parish Council remote meeting Tuesday 1st September

The next  meeting of St Breward Parish Council will take place remotely on Zoom, beginning at 7pm. This is in line with Government Covid-19 legislation requiring social distancing measures to be followed and to promote Government instructions.

To view the Agenda, please click here.

Members of the public are invited to attend remotely: to join the meeting, please see instructions:-

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Cornwall Council Covid-19 updates August 2020

PLANNING MATTERS

  • Changes to the Planning System 2020 – Recording of the briefing session

If you couldn’t attend Cornwall Council’s briefing session on 18 August about the Government’s recent and proposed changes, you can:

View a recording of the session online                                                                              Download a copy of the presentation slides                                                             Download the questions and answers from the session

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  • Planning for the Future – Government consultation paper on the changes to the planning system

The Government has published a white paper called Planning for the Future which is a consultation paper on changes to the planning system. It is aimed at streamlining and modernising the planning process with a new focus on design and sustainability to ensure that more land is available for development where it is needed. The consultation closes on 29 October 2020.                                                                                                                The Government has also published a further document on short-term measures which includes changes to the standard method for assessing local housing. The consultation for this document closes on the 1 October 2020.                          Cornwall Council’s Planning team has produced a briefing note summarising the key proposals


Preventing exploitation of children and young adults

A new three-year  strategy to prevent the exploitation of children and young adults aged up to 25 has been launched in Cornwall.

Exploitation is where someone takes unfair advantage of others to gain something for themselves. It occurs when a person is persuaded to do things in exchange for something that they need or want (coercion), or threatened or forced to do things by people with more power than them – this can be someone of a similar age to the child or young adult being exploited, as well as an adult.
There’s more information, including how to report any concerns on Cornwall Council’s website.


Stay alert, be COVID aware

There’s a  new film  from Cornwall Council’s Public Protection team with safety tips to help visitors, residents and local business prevent the spread of coronavirus and keep Cornwall safe.


Stop Loan Sharks Community Fund

There’s still time for local councils, charities, community and voluntary groups, schools and statutory agencies to apply for a grant of up to £5,000 from the Stop Loan Sharks Community Fund for projects that aim to tackle and raise awareness of loan sharks. But you’ll need to be quick as the deadline for applications is midnight on 31 August. 

The fund is formed of money seized from illegal money lenders under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002. For the first time this year joint applications are being accepted from up to four groups, which means a potential total grant of up to a maximum of £20,000 to fund a joint project.

You can find out more and download an application form from  www.stoploansharks.co.uk Anyone who is interested in applying for a grant but needs more information can contact Dave Monk, LIAISE Officer, on 07864 928758 or dave.monk@birmingham.gov.uk