Community Newsletter Monday 4th March 2024

News from the Community Shop

Comms help needed – we need a volunteer to help with our comms & marketing, for example monthly newsletters, website content & social media.  Please get in touch (details below) or contact Debbie to discuss the role at publicity.stbcomm.shop@gmail.com

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St Breward Community Shop Limited (registration no. 9113) – keep in touch with updates:  visit our website www.stbreward.net/st-breward-community-shop/ follow @StBrewardCommunityShopLimited on Facebook, subscribe to the Community emails via community@stbreward.net buy the Community News magazine, visit community noticeboards, or contact Secretary, Dee Fry at secretary.stbcomm.shop@gmail.com
Community Cafe                                                               The Community Café in the Memorial Hall at Limehead, is open every Monday afternoon  (including Bank Holidays) 1pm to 4pm
Varied Menu including soups, savoury and sweet items and always cake!!  ‘Eat in or take away’

 ‘Do drop in, always plenty of tea, cake and chat’   For more information and if you need a lift to the Cafe,  contact Tracey Haynes 01208 851272

 

St Breward Parish Council

Tenders are invited for Footpath Paring & Associated Work 2024/2025 in the Parish of St Breward
A list of work required can be downloaded from:
St Breward Parish Council Website www.stbrewardparishcouncil.gov.uk
St Breward Community Website www.stbrewad.net
or from Councillor Stansfield 07790 634429  veronica.stansfield@stbrewardparishcouncil.gov.uk

STBPC Footpath Paring & Associated Work 2024

 

Community News Magazine                                                                                          The March Issue of the Community News is now in sale at The Old Inn at £2 per copy

 

 

 

 

Bingo Wednesday Evening 6th March          Everyone welcome to the monthly Bingo evening at the Football Club on Wednesday evening 6th March. Doors open 7pm ‘Eyes Down 7.30pm’   For more information contact Lorraine Kay 07463 36369

                                                                                                                        

News from the Parish Church                                       Our newly appointed vicar Robin Thwaites is on leave at the moment until his licensing at St. Mabyn church on 19th March.  His first official service will be a communal service for the whole Benefice on Palm Sunday, 24th March at St. Tudy. There will be a Communion Service as usual at 1.10am every Sunday with the help of visiting clergy.

Further details for Easter services will follow.  For more information contact Cathy McShee 01208 85043

 

News from te Carnival Team                                                                                     ‘Coffee, Cake & Craft’ Saturday Morning 9th March at the Memorial Hall
Everyone welcome to Coffee, Cake & Craft at the Memorial Hall 10am-12noonWe’re delighted to receive offers of cakes from some of St Breward’s finest bakers! Their cakes are always amazing
The Hall will be open from 09.30am to drop off cakes or contact Anneka stbrewardcarnival1@gmail.com call/text 07784 127274

Carnival Royalty Selection – All primary school aged children that live in the St Breward Parish can now be entered by their Parent/Guardian; the child does not need to be attending St Breward Primary School.
Parents/Guardians you can enter your Child/ren into the St Breward Carnival 2024 Royalty selection draw here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/XWJN9JF
Entry deadline is 5pm Friday 8 March 2024. Selection results will be announced at this Coffee, Cake & Craft morning. Contact Carnival Secretary, Anneka stbrewardcarnival1@gmail.com or call/text 07784 127274

 

Blisland Blisters Walk Sunday Afternoon 10th March
Walking from Stannon Stone circle to Louden Hill circle and possibly on to Fernacre Stone circle.
This would be a 3.5 mile there-and-back walk mostly, on (or beside) hard tracks with a bit of open moor.  No serious hills, no stiles, can sbe shortened if the weather conditions change
Flapjacks will be provided – bring your own drink.  Park beside the track near the entrance to Stannon Clay works (Stannon House) postcode PL32 9QA.  The smooth tarmac ends here, but the track carries on, just a bit rougher. This postcode covers a wide area so if in doubt use: what three words  ///cars.months.appointed

Meet at 2pm, and do let me know if you would like a lift. For more information contact Elizabeth Smeeton 01208 851040/ 07847161843

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