With the easing of restrictions these Newsletter/Emails will now be dated rather than numbered. They will continue to be available on this website and as hard copies on the Parish Council noticeboard at the top of Row Hill.
Previous Newsletters from March 2020 can be found here
Information about Community Activities and Events to be included in these newsletters/emails can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you think that there is information in this email that would be helpful to members of our community who do not have access to the Internet please email or telephone 01208 850727 and we will ensure that they receive a hard paper copy
St Breward WI
The WI are inviting everyone to Tea and Cakes on Monday afternoon 5th July 3-5pm at St Breward Village Hall to Celebrate and thank the National Health Service and Front Line Workers. More info from Fran Calver 01208 851235
St Breward Brownies and Guides
The St Breward Brownies and Guides are looking for support from the Community as they have been accepted by the Calor Gas Community Grant Fund in respect of their new Guide Hut Roof Project.
Awards for funding depends on the number of likes, shares and donations received.
Please vote for the St Breward Guide Hut, https://communityfund.calor.co.uk/1st-st-breward-brownies
For more information on how to vote watch the video
The Brownies and Guides would be really grateful if you could share the link with family and friends.
With no traditional Carnival this year, the Carnival Committee have come up with some ideas for Carnival Time.
Sign up for the Annual Carnival Quiz, which this year will be a Zoom Quiz on Tuesday evening 29th June, commencing at 7.30pm.
Send your email/mobile number to Carnival Secretary Sharon and post your entry fee through her door at No1 Row (oppThe Chapel)
£5 per team – Prize for the Winning Team
Carnival Secretary Sharon 01208 850191 07967 454568 email@example.com
Nagini the Carnival Snake will be wending his way from School to Churchtown via the School Lane footpath. Look out for Nagini’s head on the Footpath and put painted stones to make his body – this is for children of all ages!
Annual Scarecrow Competition Theme is Marvel – so there should be some very interesting Scarecrows this year. Entry forms from here, the Carnival Facebook Page, the community website or from Carnival Secretary Sharon 01208 850191 firstname.lastname@example.org
Return completed entry forms to the box in the shop or to No1 Row (opposite The Chapel) no later than noon Saturday 26th June. All Scrarecrows must be erected by noon Saturday 26th June and must contain some straw
Deck the Doors!! Or windows, gates, entrances, wheelbarrows – anything you like!
This is something completely different and the Carnival Committee would like to include all the Deck the Doors and Scarecrows in a Village Trail for everyone to visit. Please let Carnival Secretary Sharon know by noon Saturday 26h June if you will be doing ‘Deck the Doors‘ so you can be included in the Village Trail map 01208 850191 email@example.com