Community Newsletter – Tuesday 25th April 2023

The Owner of St Breward Stores & Post Office announced on Thursday 20th April that the business will close on 30th June 2023. Darren has asked that the notice of closure be circulated and this can be accessed by Clicking Here

‘Village shop, Post Office, Church, Chapel, School and Pub are the glue that bind communities together.
We have lost our Chapel and now our shop & Post Office are closing soon.

Your Parish Council are asking all of you to come to St Breward Village Hall on Tuesday 2nd of May at 7pm so that, prior to our Council Meeting, we the community of St Breward, can decide what we can do to keep a shop and Post Office in St Breward.  Remember post Lockdown, when the “Only one person in the shop”, rule was in force; the car park conversations that sprung up – the first time for many to have a chat with someone outside their immediate family.

If we lose our shop and Post Office, we lose more than a convenient place to shop, post mail and do some banking.

Please pass this message on as we wish all in St Breward to know about the meeting.’

Denis Lusby, Chairman St Breward Parish Council


Garden Club Meeting Friday Evening 28th April
Everyone welcome to the Garden Club meeting on Friday 28th April at the Village Hall starting at 7.30pm Doors open from 7.00pm

Speaker is Louise Danks (National Collection) and her subject is ‘Dahlias’
Entry is members £2  visitors £3  Raffle/coffee/tea

For more information is  Jackie Greengrass 01208 851592







Cream Tea Fundraiser  Saturday Afternoon 29th April                                              All welcome at the Fundriaser in memory of Viv and Margery Crowle in the Village Hall on Saturday afternoon 29th April 2pm-5pm, in aid of Cornwall Air Ambulance and Cornwall Hospice Care

The Church bells will be rung and the handbell ringers will play during the afternoon. There will also be Tombola and Bric-a-Brac stalls

The event is being held in memory of Margery and Viv Crowle who were stalwarts of the Village and who died during the pandemic.

For further information phone Judith Nance 01208 850229

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