Have you been up to the Footpath near School to put a pebble on Nagini’s body?
There are now well over 100 pebbles, rocks, peices of slate, lumps of granite and so on making up the body. We might not get all the way to Churchtown but might get a little further with some more help………………
‘not the biggest Carnival in Cornwall but certianly the highest’
Carnival Christmas Cheer Well it was a funny old year so St Breward Carnival decided that we all need some Christmas Cheer!! The community has always supported Carnival events and activities and this year the Carnival Committee did their own version of the Postcode Lottery to show their appreciation of this and to cheer everyone up
There was no entry fee and the prizes were 40 yes 40! £25 gift vouchers to be redeemed at St Breward Stores, The Old Inn, Nicolas’s Mobile Catering and Button Meats
A Random Number Generator App was used to ‘draw out’ the house names of 40 lucky recipients. With just over 400 households being eligible (excluding Second/Holiday and Carnival Committee members homes), there was about a one in 10 chance of winning a voucher!
The draw was made in early December and the successful recipients were socially distanced visited by a Carnival Committed Member who delivered the vouchers
All the Winners! John & Alison Hoskin, Janet Harrington, Fiona Hamilton, Tamsin Keat, Peter Sutton, Daniel Bate, Tina Walsh, Robin & Gill Barber, Kelly Northcott, Andrew &Nicola Dingle, Steve Kirby, Michael grundon, Hope Bendell, James & Naomi Guilfoyle, Shannon Hobart, Roy Burt, Teresa Philp, Mr & Mrs Meneer, Peter & Cheryl Cottle, Marilyn Hunter, Jen Cootes, James & Rachel Mosley, Marg Morrish, Mrs Stein, Keith & Hazel Glover,Jeremy & caroline Hooper, Nancy Hall, Jane Huston, Gillian Walsh & Ivor Hemmings, Michelle May & daughter Beth, Stuart & Alison Hayward, Victor & Jean Teague, Sue Winfield, Caz Buck, Michael Stringer, Andrew Finnemore, Ivor & Jan Chivers, Sonia Warren, Philip Crichton Jeannie Sutcliffe
Reindeer Food Supporting the Christmas Lights Group and to ensure that all reindeers were fed on Christmas Eve, the Carnival Commitete provided 130 bags of Reindeer Food which was distributed round the village mainly through School
The Carnival Committee are already thinking about Carnival Day 2021 which hopefully will be on Saturday 3rd July
St Breward CarnivalIt is with sincire regret that this year, due to the current Corona Virus situation that this years Carnival will not take place. This is not a decision we have reached lightly and is in line with ensuring we do not put anyone at risk
Therefore the all planned 2020 Carnival Week events including Carnival Day are cancelled
Everyone needs to stay safe and well during this unprecedented time so we can all come out other side a stronger community. We will make every effort to ensure the Carnival 2021 takes place and will look forward to making it a bit more special for everyone.
Other events we are looking to oprganise later on in the year may still take place, so please watch this spece!!