Community Newsletter Friday 3rd February 2023

The February Meeting of the Parish Council will be held in the Instirute & War Memorial Hall (Memorial Hall) at Limehead on Monday evening 6th February, 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.

Anita Cornelius  Clerk to St Breward Parish Council

Denis Lusby, Chairman St Breward Parish Council  01208 850517

Agenda 06 JFebruary 2023

Draft Minutes 09 January 2023

Revel Sunday 12th February

To remember our Patron Saint St. Breward, every year theParish Church holds a celebration.  This year it is on Sunday 12th February at 3pm.  A short service in the church will include contributions from the Brownies and Guides, The W.I., and the Handbell Ringers.

This will be followed by tea in the village hall.  All are welcome. There is no Morning Church Service that day.

For further information please contact Catherine McShee 01208 850435


The Rural Services Network in partnership with the Citizens Advice Rural Issues Group has launched a Rural Cost of Living Household Survey

Independent research commissioned by the RSN in summer last year shows rural areas are suffering more acutely from the cost of living crisis compared to urban areas.

To lend more weight to the argument for more funding for rural areas the RSN is calling on as many rural residents as possible to complete a Rural Cost of Living Household Survey.

The purpose of the survey is to understand more about rural household budgets at, what is, a very difficult time for many.

Research has shown that those living in rural areas face extra costs and we now want to explore the impacts for households.

But we need your help and want to receive as many survey responses as possible, whatever your household’s income or financial position. This will help us to engage more effectively with Government Departments, MPs and other policy makers.

Click Here to take part in the Survey

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