A great time was had by all.
Saturday 18th May from 3pm
St Breward School is proud to be hosting another garden party for the whole community to come for an afternoon of entertainment and relaxation. There will be limited onsite parking. The kids will be busy on the bouncy castle and assault course and lots of games to play. Live music and disco, with a bar selling a selection of soft and alcoholic drinks. A massive BBQ serving the usual selection of tasty food. Ice creams and cake along with tea and coffee. Raffle tickets, with 1st prize of a fabulous Cornish hamper worth around £250, plus loads of other prizes and vouchers for days out and meals at some of our lovely pubs and restaurants. there will be tombolas (separate kids and adult ones) as well and an alternative ‘coconut shy’.
Advance tickets from NOW, priced at last years prices. On the day tickets will incur an extra £2. Get your tickets now, contact me to arrange collection.
Tickets £3 per person or a family ticket for just £10 (2 adults &up to 4 children 5-16yrs, under 5s free) £5 or £12 on the day, so save yourself some money and get them early.
Tickets and more information from Jo Best 01208 851544 or 850547 email@example.com. or just pop into school.
Copies of the April Parish Magazine for St Breward, Helland and Blisland with Temple are now available at St Breward Stores.Find out what’s been happening in your area, read about your primary schools, learn about natural history, ‘Out & About’ and what our County Councillors have to say, and many other interesting items. Plenty of forthcoming events – including the new Wildlife & Conservation Group’s Open Meeting in St Breward- so buy your copy now.
Fantastic value for just £1!
A NEW GROUP IN ST BREWARD:
- are you interested in the wildlife around the village?
- wishing to improve the habitat to support it?
Join us to find out more on Saturday 6th April 2pm – 5pm at the Village Hall
There will be talks from:
Tim Hutton, St Breward, smallholding and conservation; Megan Lowe, from Butterfly Conservation Jo Poland, advisor on running a Wildlife and Conservation group
Tea & biscuits provided
We look forward to meeting you!
Returning by popular request – Carnival Safari Supper on Saturday 21 September at various locations around the Village
More info from Carnival Secretary Sharon 01208 850191 firstname.lastname@example.org
THE ADDAMS FAMILY are coming to St Austell.
St Breward Community bus will be running us there.
ONLY 3 SEATS LEFT ON THE BUS
Ring Bonny Bryan 01208 851661 for more details and to reserve your seat.
St Breward CP School is supporting
In their ‘Tonne of Tins’ project
If you don’t listen Pirate FM check out their website for more details on this worthy scheme.
We are offering to be a collection point for those unable to get to the official sites, just drop into the box in the school foyer, during normal school hours (9am-3pm).
You don’t even need to speak to anyone, but you can call Jo on 01208 850547 if you want any further info.
‘Most Wanted Tins’
Rice pudding Spaghetti
Meat/fish Stew/curry etc Tomatoes
Pirate have already collected over 2 tonnes but a foodbank worked said that 1 tonne will be distributed to those families with tokens in just a week and a half.So every tin collected will make a difference. Please bring any donations to school by 15th February.
Membership of the Luncheon Club is open to residents of St.Breward who are over 55 years of age. Lunch is usually served at the football club on the third Tuesday of each month.
For more information about becoming a member of the Luncheon Club contact Norma Harbinson on 01208 851329 or Marilyn Pluess at email@example.com.
Upcoming events for the Unit – January Newquay swim and McDonalds : May – County wide Brownie sleepover Myths and Magic
For more information about these and Brownies contact Marilyn Pluess 01208 851156
Members from 3 villages met at the Old Inn on 14th December 2018 for lunch.
Ken and Bonny Bryan at the Old Inn
Copies of the December parish magazine for St Breward, Helland and Blisland with Temple are now available at St Breward Stores. Buy your copy now to find out what’s been happening in your area and what events are forthcoming; read Nature Reports, learn about some superstitions, see the adverts and have a go at the quiz – and don’t forget the jokes!
Subscription slips are available with the magazine to make sure you don’t miss out on any copies next year. The magazine will continue to be great value at only £1 per copy.