Community Newsletter Monday 16th January 2023

Parish Council  Meeting Thursday evening 19th Janaury

The January Meeting of the Parish Council will be held in the Institute & War Memorial Hall (Memorial Hall) Limehead PL30 4LU on Thursday 19th January, commencing at 7pm

Prior to the start of the meeting there will be an opportunity for members of the public to discuss any items which feature on this agenda with all the Parish Councillors.  If any other members of the public wish to discuss any other items – they will be considered for next month’s agenda.

Click Here to view the Agenda 19/01/2023

Click Here to download Draft Minutes for 21 12 2022  Extraordinary Meeting

Anita Cornelius, Clerk to St Breward Parish Council

Denis  Lusby, Chairman St Breward Parish Council 01208 850517


Hot Chocolate Morning Saturday 21st January
Everyone welcome to the Hot Chocolate Morning in the Parish Church on Saturday 21st January from 10am
Uusal stalls – cakes bric a brac, books plenty of hot chocolate and of a course a raffle

For more information contact Catherine McShee 01208 850435


History Group Wednesday evening 25th January
Village Hall, Doors open at 6.30pm Meeting starts at 7pm. The subject is A Brief History of the Origins of the NHS – Speaker John Stansfield. Members £2 Visitors £3, refreshments and raffle


For more information contact History Group Secretary Val Hill, 01208 851565


Coffee Morning Saturday 28th January                                                                      Everyone welocme to the Village Hall on Saturday morning 28th January from 10.30am – raising funds for Children with Cancer

Drop in for a hot drink and some homemade cakes (including gluten free and vegan) brouse the bric a brac stall and purchase some raffle tickets.  All cakes can be wrapped to take away .

The Coffee Morning is in support of Deirdre Stapleton (daughter of local residents), who is running in the London Marathon, fundraising for Children with Cancer UK. Although Deirdre is not a runner, she was motivated to do this after her young nephew died from brain cancer in 2020. Being a cancer nurse herself she is very aware of the need to develop better treatment options and hopefully, one day, a cure for the children affected by this terrible disease.


Any donations of cakes, raffle prizes and offers of a bit of help are very welcome! Contact Jonquil Stapleton 01208 850085



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