Carnival Week is fast approaching!!

The Bunting is up!!

Carnival Week kicks off on Saturday afternoon 29 June with the Silver Band’s Music by the River at Wenford

Saturday 29th June, Scarecrows must be erected by noon today – this year’s theme is Pirates!!

Saturday 29th July – Friday 5th July, (afternoons) Photographic Exhibition in the Memorial Hall

Sunday morning 30th June, Church Service followed by a Buffet Lunch

Monday afternoon 1st July, Afternoon Tea in the Memorial Hall

Tuesday eveniing 2nd July, Annual Carnival Week Quiz at the Football Club

Wednesday lunchtime 3rd July, Soup & Sweet Lunch in the Chapel

Wednesday evening 3rd July, Johnny Cowling in the Marquee at the Football Club

Thursday afternoon 4th July, View the Minature Garden (made by St Breward School pupils) which will be on display in the Marquee – Stay for Tea & Cake

Thursday evening 4th July, Bingo at the Football Club

Friuday evening 5th July, Annual Football Club Dinner & Presentationn Evening in the Marquee

Saturday 6th July is Carnival Day

Registration at Rylands 5-5.30pm, Judging 5.30-6pm. Procession moves off at 6pm to the Football Club whre there will be refreshments, entertainment and Bouncy Castles. Presesentation of Prizes will take place in the Carnival Marquee

For more information on these evenst and details of this year’s Carnival, pick up a copy of the Carnival Programme (£1), in St Breward Stores or contact Carnival Secretary Sharon 01208 850191 stbrewardcarnival@stbreward.net

Carnival 2019!!!

Introducing the first St Breward Carnival Mayor and Mayoress                                                      – Rhys Keen-French and Sophie Sutton

Breaking with a tradition going back in St Breward to at leat 1913, this year we have ‘retired’ Carnival Royalty and moved forward with a Carnival Mayor and Mayoress. Rhys and Sophie, traveling on the Carnival Float wil lead the Procession on Saturday 6 July.

 

Full details of all the events and activities during Carnival Week, together with photos from Carnival 2018 can be found in the Carnival Programme, on sale at St Brward Stores & Post Office.  The first programme was bought by ‘Uncle Bob’ Luxford,who is hoping that he has bought the ‘Lucky Number’ programme

More info from Carnival Secretary Sharon 01208 850191 stbrewardcarnival@stbrewardcfarnival.net

 

 

The Scarecrow theme is Pirates.  All Scarecrows must be erected by noon Saturday 29 June.  Entry forms from Carnival Secretary Sharon No 1 Row (opposite the Chapel).  Entry fee £1 and all Scarecrows must contain some straw!!

 

St Breward Carnival AGM

St Breward Carnival Royalty 2018 Carnival Queen Annabel with Attendants Tilly (left) and Claire (right)

The Carnival Committee are holding their AGM in the Memorial Hall on Wednesday 20 February commencing at 7pm and extend a warm welcome to anyone interested in helping with St Breward Carnival 2019.  Lots of exciting oppertunities to be part of a dynamic team dedicated to fun and fundraising!!

More info from Carnival Secretary Sharon Bourne, 01208 850191 stbrewardcarnival@stbreward.ne

Carnival Quiz Night Thursday 13 September

Thanks to everyone who supported the Carnival Quiz at the Football Club on Thursday 13 September, especially to our Quiz Masters Jon and Julie and to the Football Club for the use of their facilities.  We raised £182 for Carnival funds

The Winning Team -‘ Bobby’s Girls’ , Uncle Bob, Jenna, Megan and Kate

and someone has to get the wooden spoons……….

Carnival Quiz – Tuesday 13 September

After a very hectic and enjoyable Carnival Week the committee are now looking forward to Thursday 13 September when we will be holding our Annual Quiz at the Football Club commencing at 7.30pm..  We are grateful to the Club for hosting this event and to Jon and Julie for once again organising the Quiz.

Book your team of four (£10) with Sharon 01208 850191, the bar will be open, bar snacks available or bring your own picnic supper

Carnival Secretary Sharon Bourne 01208 850191 stbrewardcarnival@stbreward.net www.stbreward.net

Carnival Scarecrows 2018 ‘Pearls’

As 2018 is the thirtieth anniversary since the Carnival was restarted in 1988, the Scarecrow theme this year was ‘Pearls’.  The winning Scarecrow ‘Pearl Diver’ was made by Judith & Sonia

Click here to see all the entries in the Annual Scarecrow Competition.  All Scarecrow photos taken by Wes Powell

St Breward Carnival 2018

St Breward Carnival, the highest Carnival in Cornwall and on Saturday 7 July certainly the place to be – England won their quarter final game and the sun shone for the Carnival.  2018 is a special year for the Carnival Committee as it is thirty years since the Carnival was restarted in 1988 after a lapse of some 20 years.

A colourful cavalcade assembled at Rylands and then travelled for a mile to the Football Club – a distance of a mile. This year the procession was led by St Breward Silver Band returning to marching after a break of some eight years.

The Marquee on the football pitch was the setting for the presentation of cups and trophies to the many and varied entrants who included visiting Royalty from Bude, Launeston, St Neot and St Tudy and a surprise visit from Donald Trump.  The lovely long summer evening was enjoyed by all with families sitting in groups on the football field with the children enjoying the bouncy castles and having their faces painted

Carnival Committee Chairman Denton Bourne was delighted by the turn out ‘we are a village carnival celebrating life in our village and we welcome everyone who comes to join us for the celebrations.  The Carnival Committee is very grateful for all the help and support during Carnival Week’.

For more information on St Breward Carnival contact Carnival Secretary Sharon Bourne, 01208 850191 stbrewardcarnival@stbreward.net

Click here to see more photos of Scarecrows and Carnival Day