Sunday 11th February No Morning Service. Revel Service at 3pm
Sunday 18th February Holy Communion at 11.10am
Sunday 25th February Holy Communion at 11.10.am
Revel Service, Sunday Afternoon 11th February A celebration of our saint, St Branwalader takes place in St. Breward Church at 3pm on 11th February. A short service with village groups taking part finishes with tea and cake in the village hall.
This is a village event and all are welcome to come along.For more information contact Cathy McShee 01208 850435
Community Café Open Every Monday Afternoon 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’
February Meal Deal – Soup, a bread roll, cake and a hot drink for £5 ‘ Do drop in, always plenty of tea, cake and chat’ For more information and if you need a lift to the Cafe, contact Sheila Nottle 01208 850824
This is the latest update from Cormac
‘The problem might have been caused by a heavy lorry/tanker dislodging a kerbstone in front of Rostalek and breaking a pipe underneath the road
Cormac have put a camera down to look at the drainage in that area and confirms that the blocked drain by the entrance to Penvorder Cottages is also part of the same problem.
This is not a simple cheap problem to sort out and will require a planned road closure.
Due to current financial constraints this work cannot be carried out until after the start of the new financial year, 01 April 2024′
The planned road closure in Penvorder Lane during February is at the request of Wildanet and is nothing to do with the water runoff problem
Anita Cornelius, Clerk to St Breward Parish email@example.com
Denis Lusby, Chairman St Breward Parish Council 01208 850517
Garden Club Meeting Friday Evening 23rd February The next meeting is on Friday 23rd February at St Breward Village Hall. Doors open at 7.00pm for a 7.30pm start. All welcome, £2.00 entry, refreshments and a raffle.
The topic is Grasses – and how they can be used in our gardens, Speaker: Tricia Howard from Hidden Valley Gardens.
If you would like more information about the club, please contact Jackie 01208 851592 or Sue 01208 850681
ContactHall Secretary for more information firstname.lastname@example.org 07790 634429
History Group Meeting Wednesday Evening 28th February
Everyone welcome at the History Group meeting in the Village on Wednesday evening 28th February. Iain Rowe will be speaking about ‘The Monumental Improvement Project’s recent activities on Bodmin Moor’
Doors open at 6.30 pm, meeting starts at 7pm, £2 for members, £3 for visitors. Complimentary refreshments and there will of course be a raffle! For more information contact History Group Secretary Val Hill 01208 851565 email@example.com
Moorland Community Cinema Saturday Afternoon 2nd March The Truman Show (1998) PG
The cinema is in the Memorial Hall at Limehead. Doors open 1.30pm, film starts at 2pm. Annual Membership £2, Admission Donations, Members £4 Visitors £5 under 16’s £4
Following the film, tea and cake are served in the Reading Room.
For more information contact Memorial Hall Secretary Veronica firstname.lastname@example.org 07790 634429
St Breward’s Just Giving Table – ‘Give what You Can, Take What You Need’
In January 2023, with the support of the Parish Church, the Parish Council set up and sponsored the Just Giving Table. In December Councillors agreed to continue the sponsorship until March 2024. The table is located inside the Church, just to the left of the door to the Bell Tower; the Church is usually open daily usually 10am- 4pm
The idea remains the same – Give what you can, Take what you need.
Donations are always welcome. The table was set up following guidelines from The Trussell Trust which is a non-governmental organisation and charity that works to end the need for food banks in the United Kingdom.
If you are making donations please remember that the items need to be non perishable and do not need a lot of preparation. Items that can be prepared with just the addition of hot water or minimal cooking seem to be the most popular. Personal hygiene items are also needed.
We hope you will feel able to support our community through the winter and that by next spring the table will be self sufficientIf you would like to make a monetary donation to support the table the Parish Council’s bank details are: sort code 30-98-98 account number 01814701 with the reference Just Giving