Remembrance Day in St Breward

Viv Crowle (L) and Joe Kay (R) laid a Wreath on behalf of the community

On Sunday 11th November 150 people of all ages gathered at the War Memorial on Mine Hill to remember the people from our parish who gave their lives during the First and Second World Wars, and all those who have lost their lives in wars and conflicts.

The Brownies and Guides marched up from the Church bringing their banners and the St Breward British Legion Standard which is laid up in the Parish Church.

Phil Nance led the commemoration and Wreaths were laid by Fran Calver on behalf of St Breward WI, Tim Spare whose grandfather’s name is inscribed on the WWI section of the War Memorial, Flight Sgt Carl Pearson on behalf of the RAF and Viv Crowle and Joe Kay on behalf of the community of St Breward

Following the commemoration many people walked down to the Parish Church for the Annual Parish Remembrance Service

Following Remembrance Day the children from School visited the Parish Church to see the display of poppies



Customs & Celebrations

‘The Cornish Wreckers’ at St Breward Carnival

Everyone welcome to the History Group’s monthly meeting in the St Breward Memorial Hall on Wednesday 31 January, commencing at 7pm. Judith and Peter Hewitt         will be speaking about ‘Customs & Celebrations’

Members £2 Non Members £3, Refreshments and Raffle More information from Val Hill 01208 851565