2023 Newsletters

View St Breward Community Shop Limited’s 2023 Newsletters below

30 November 2023 – Newsletter

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December’s Newsletter

Management Committee – welcome to Denton Bourne who joins us to help with the intended site development as our premises project manager. Denton has many years of professional project management and supporting St Breward via the Carnival Committee including several years as Chair. We are very grateful for Denton’s time and are looking forward to working with him.

Premises – lots is happening to progress with the proposed shop. We’re providing additional information to support the planning application for change of use. We’re also forming a schedule of works needed to change the Business Unit into a shop. This has re-highlighted the need for all sorts of volunteers, particularly those with general and specialist trade skills (builders, electricians, plumbers, carpenters etc). Please get in touch if you can help!

Fundraising – a big thank you to Dave & Jane Pinckney who put on a spooky and spectacular Halloween Display at their Business Unit at Chyryn Drive. This year it raised a wonderful £90 in donations towards our Community Shop!

Finances – please get in touch (details below) if you have not received a receipt for your loan or donation.

And finally… we hope that you all have a wonderful Christmas and festive period and enjoy the time whatever you’re doing. We’ll see you again in the New Year and look forward to serving you at your new shop soon!

Debbie Honey, Publicity, 30 November 2023

31 October 2023 – Newsletter

Community Shop's October Newsletter

Community Shop’s October Newsletter

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Management Committee – anyone in the Community can join and enthusiasm is the most important thing! To help with our team’s knowledge, we’d also really like to hear from people with building/trade skills, project management and those with recent commercial experience. You can view a list of the current Management Committee and roles on our website (details below).

Premises – we are currently liaising with Cornwall Council to hopefully rent one of the business units at Chyryn Drive, and to enable this we have applied for planning permission/change of use. Nothing is certain, but we are cautiously hopeful and are moving as quickly as we can within the planning and legal constraints.

Carnival cheque presentation

Carnival cheque presentation

Fundraising – nearly £2,000 was raised in 8 days from village events! Great work and thank you! We were delighted to receive these considerable amounts at our Management Committee meeting on 11 October:

 

– £1,256.45 from St Breward Carnival from their super Safari Supper (pictured above); and

WI cheque presentation

WI cheque presentation

– £728 from St Breward WI (pictured below) from their tremendous Table Top Sale.

 

Can you or your organisation help with a fundraiser? Please get in touch!
We’ve also been supporting local fundraising events, including members of our Management Committee having a great time at the Old Inn & Restaurant’s Quiz in aid of St Breward Christmas Lights display!

Finances – you did it! We’ve now reached our initial target of £25,000, so another big THANK YOU! Our initial fundraising target was £25,000 to ensure that we are ready to open any premises ASAP. We continue to welcome financial contributions from both individuals and organisations, please as:
– a donation, or
– a loan (loans can be converted into shares at a later date)
You can now pay these via cash, cheque, or bank transfer (BACS) to (please note the new bank account):
Account name: St Breward Community Shop Limited
Sort code: 08-92-99
Account number: 67310089-00
Treasurer: Annie Crichton, Hill Meadow, St Breward, Bodmin, PL30 4LX

Grants – we can also use the initial £25,000 raised to strengthen potential grant applications, showing the support from the Community, as well as potentially for match-funding applications. Lots of grant applications need us to have secured premises, so watch this space!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) – see a list of FAQs on our website (details below). Please continue to get in touch with any questions or suggestions that you may have!

Safari Supper amount 'big reveal'

Safari Supper amount ‘big reveal’

And finally, we just had to include this brilliant photo capturing Chairman, Bob Kirby-Harris’ reaction to the ‘big reveal’ of the amount raised at the Safari Supper.

Debbie Honey, Publicity, 31 October 2023

29 September 2023 – Newsletter

September Newsletter

Legal Status – we are delighted to confirm that ‘St Breward Community Shop Limited’ is officially registered as a Community Benefit Society (CBS) with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
The Steering Group now formally becomes the Management Committee and will be in place until Management Committee elections at the first AGM (by end September 2024). You can view a copy of the FCA letter by clicking here.

Management Committee update – we’re thrilled that Dawn Barrett has accepted the position of Vice-Chair; Dawn has a wealth of experience including currently volunteering at Blisland Community Shop. You can see a list of the current Management Committee and roles at our website (details below).
We are still seeking up to 3 more people to join the current Management Committee. If you’re interested in joining – please get in touch. Anyone in the Community can join and enthusiasm is the most important thing! To help with our team’s knowledge, we’d also really like to hear from people with building/trade skills and those with recent commercial experience.

Premises – we are making steady progress towards hopeful location at the Business Units at Chyryn Drive, Row. As advised previously, this is subject to availability and planning permission / change of use.

Website and Legal Support – can you help? We need support from a practising Solicitor (initially in the area of commercial landlord and tenant law), and also want to explore options for a website. We are hoping that a local person or company may be able to help pro bono. Please do get in touch (contact details below).

Finances – we have now raised nearly £22,500, so a big thank you! Our initial target is £25,000 to ensure that we are ready to open any premises ASAP. We are seeking financial contributions from both individuals and organisations, please as:
• a donation, or
• a loan (loans can be converted into shares at a later date)
You can now pay these via cash, cheque, or bank transfer (BACS) to (please note the new bank account):
Account name: St Breward Community Shop Limited
Sort code: 08-92-99
Account number: 67310089-00
Treasurer: Annie Crichton, Hill Meadow, St Breward, Bodmin, PL30 4LX

Fundraising – fundraising is a vital part of any Community Shop, both for the initial set-up and ongoing to support running costs. If you missed the fundraising kick-off meeting, or can help in any way, please do get in touch. Please also support these upcoming event/s:
• St Breward Women’s Institute invite you to a Tabletop Sale, Saturday 7 October, at the Village Hall 10am-2pm
• …other exciting fundraising events are also in development… so watch this space!

Grants – the dedicated grants team have found some positive grant applications and will be pursuing these.

Car Stickers – St Breward Community Shop car stickers are available for £1 from the Memorial Hall or from Bonny Bryan, our Village Liaison, who will be bringing them along to local events.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) – you can view a list of FAQs here: 202309_FAQs Please continue to get in touch with any questions or suggestions that you may have!

Debbie Honey, Publicity, 29 September 2023

31 August 2023 – status update

Bob Kirby-Harris holding CBS confirmation letter

We are delighted to confirm that St Breward Community Shop Limited is officially registered as a Community Benefit Society (CBS) with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

You can view a copy of the letter here: https://www.stbreward.net/wp-content/uploads/2023/08/20230803_CBSLetter2-scaled.jpg

17 August 2023 Newsletter

17 August 2023 Newsletter

Steering Group members update – a heartfelt goodbye to Denis Lusby and thank you for all of your help to date. You can see a list of current Steering Group Members and roles at our website (details below).
We have space for up to 3 more Steering Group members. If you’re interested in joining – please get in touch. Anyone in the Community can join the Steering Group and enthusiasm is the most important thing! To help with our Group’s knowledge, we’d also really like to hear from people with building/trade skills and those with recent commercial experience.

Premises – we’re actively exploring premise options within the village, focussing on those that provide permanent or long-term use (2-5 years), to open ASAP. Please do get in touch if you can offer a suitable option.

Finances – we have now raised over £22,000, so a big thank you to everyone who has contributed so far! We’re getting close to our initial target of £25,000 to ensure that we are ready to open any premises ASAP.
We are seeking financial contributions from both individuals and local organisations, please!
If you pledged a financial amount in the community questionnaire, or would now like to provide:
• a donation, or
• a loan (loans can be converted into shares at a later date)
You can now pay these via cash, cheque, or bank transfer (BACS) to:
Account name: St Breward Community Shop
Sort code: 30-99-50
Account number: 72601568
Treasurer: Annie Crichton, Hill Meadow, St Breward, Bodmin, PL30 4LX

Grants – we have established an experienced team to explore the different grant options available. Thank you to Veronica Stansfield, MaryLynne Fyvie-Gauld and our Treasurer, Annie Crichton. We’re looking forward to providing updates about progress.

Fundraising – fundraising is a vital part of any Community Shop, for both the initial set-up and ongoing to support running costs. Community Shops run to very low profit margins to give you best possible value for money, but this means that if something breaks (e.g. a freezer), then we’d look to do a fundraiser to replace it.
We had a great kick-off meeting with willing participants who are kindly organising the following events:
• St Breward’s Carnival team invite you to a Safari Supper, Saturday 30 September. Tickets available from Christine Lusby, 01208 850517, Gwerthji Koth (The Old Shop), Row, St Breward, PL30 4LN
• St Breward Women’s Institute invite you to a Tabletop Sale, Saturday 7 October, at the Village Hall 10am-2pm.
Other exciting fundraising events are also in development… so watch this space! If you missed the fundraising kick-off meeting, or can help in some way, please do get in touch.

Community Shop Car Stickers – we have some fabulous stickers of our new logo, thanks to Andy Thatcher. To help raise funds, these are available for £1 from Bonny Bryan, our Village Liaison, who will be bringing them along to local events, or from the Memorial Hall.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) – our FAQs are being finalised and will be released soon. Please continue to get in touch with any questions or suggestions that you may have!

Debbie Honey, Publicity, 17 August 2023

4 August 2023 – August Newsletter

St Breward Community Shop August Newsletter

Steering Group members update – goodbye to Karen Nankivell and thank you for your help. Please view a list of current Steering Group Members and roles at our website (details below).

Interim premises – As highlighted in our previous newsletter, the Band Hall at Row was offered as a temporary premises for 6 months. The Steering Group have assessed costs to make the Hall suitable to open as a temporary shop (a ‘feasibility study’). We also sought advice from Viv Price at the Plunkett Foundation. (Plunkett Foundation is a national charity, supporting people in rural areas to set-up and run businesses owned by local communities, where members have equal and democratic control.)
Even with some volunteered materials and labour, this is likely to cost over £5,000 in ‘sunk costs’ (money which we can’t get back and equipment that can’t be used for the permanent premises).
We have not yet been able to secure permanent premises. So we were unable to guarantee that we’d have premises to move to after 6 months (including stock and equipment). We’d likely need a 3+ month lead-in to a new premises to make it suitable and ensure that the various licenses are in place.
Therefore, the Steering Group have made the difficult decision that using the Band Hall is unfortunately not a sensible investment of the Community’s money and volunteering time (to then do it all again in 6 months). Plunkett Foundation agree that this is the best decision at this time.
What now? We’re actively exploring other options within the village, focussing on those that provide permanent or long-term use (2-5 years), to open ASAP. Please get in touch if you can offer a suitable option.

Finances – we have now raised over £13,000, so a big thank you to everyone who has contributed so far! But we still have some way to go to get to our first target of £25,000, with a substantial portion still needed ASAP to ensure that we are ready to open any premises ASAP.
We are seeking financial contributions from both individuals and local organisations, please!
If you pledged a financial amount in the community questionnaire, or would now like to provide:
• a donation, or
• a loan (loans can be converted into shares at a later date)
You can now pay these via cash, cheque, or bank transfer (BACs) to:
Account name: St Breward Community Shop
Sort code: 30-99-50
Account number: 72601568
Treasurer: Annie Crichton, Hill Meadow, St Breward, Bodmin, PL30 4LX

Grants – to clarify, the £240 grant received from Cornwall Council was awarded from Councillor Domimic Fairman’s Community Chest Fund, which is used to support local not-for-profit projects. This was the amount that we asked for to pay for the Plunkett Foundation registration fee. We will be exploring other Council and Public grants including the current Government Levelling Up Fund, highlighted by Dominic.

Fundraising – we still urgently need fundraising volunteers to form our Fundraising Team, particularly those that can lead a team and events. Come along to our event on Wednesday 9 August, 7pm at the Memorial Hall, or contact us (details below).

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) – we are working on some FAQs and hope to release these soon. Please continue to get in touch with any questions or suggestions that you may have!

Debbie Honey, Publicity, 4 August 2023

3 August 2023 Update

Fundraising volunteers kick-off meeting poster

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ST BREWARD COMMUNITY SHOP OWNED AND RUN BY YOU, FOR YOU
Fundraising Volunteers – kick-off meeting
We still urgently need more fundraising volunteers to form our Fundraising Team, particularly those that can lead a team and events.
Come to our first Fundraising Team kick-off meeting:
Weds 9 August
7pm
Memorial Hall
or contact us to help (details above top of page)

27 July 2023 Update

Come and see us at the Church Fete this Saturday 2-4pm at the Village Hall, to hear first-hand about progress and ask any questions!

“‘Come rain or shine the Church Fete will be held this Saturday 29th July 2-4pm. If the weather is bad the stalls will be held in the Church and the refreshments in the Village Hall. Only the Strictly Come Barking will not go ahead. However we are praying that it will be fine’ Contact Cathy McShee for more information 01208 840435.”

27 July 2023 Newsletter Update

Updated July Newsletter

Please view the Event Presentation Slides from 18 and 20 July here: 20230720_PresentationSlides

[ABOVE IMAGE READS]: It’s been a busy month for the Steering Group and good progress for the Community Shop! But we now need your financial help to progress further…

Steering Group members update – A list of current Steering Group Members can be found on our website (details below).

Interim premises – St Breward Silver Band have kindly offered the temporary use of the Band Room at Row to open an interim shop. This is a great starting point, and we are very thankful to their Committee. We are currently determining how to fit it out and developing a business plan. The Village Hall have kindly agreed to the Silver Band using the Village Hall with no hire cost.

Permanent premises – long-term we are hoping to take-on one of the business units at Chyryn Drive, Row. This would be subject to availability, planning permission and change of use. This would give a much-desired central location with parking that the Community has asked for.

Support – over 75 people attended the events on 18 and 20 July. These events were to meet with volunteers, fundraisers, those offering professional services and potential financial contributors. Some volunteers and pledgers of financial contributions didn’t include contact details on the questionnaire, so please get in touch (details below) if you’d still like to help!

Finances – we have now received over £12,000, including £3,000 from St Breward Parish Council, £240 from Cornwall Council, and a £3,000 match-funding loan from Monster Displays, Graphics & Signs. We will be exploring applications for larger grants and setting-up the fundraising group.

But we still need your help, please We need to raise over £25,000 with a substantial portion of this needed ASAP to make our temporary premises suitable. If you pledged a financial amount in the community questionnaire, or would now like to provide:

  • a donation, or
  • a loan (loans can be converted into shares at a later date)

You can now pay these via cash, cheque, or bank transfer (BACs) to:

Account name: St Breward Community Shop
Sort code: 30-99-50
Account number: 72601568
Treasurer: C/o Denis Lusby, Gwerthji Koth (The Old Shop), Row, St Breward, PL30 4LN

Legal set-up – we applied on 17 July to become a Community Benefit Society (it takes about 4 weeks to be approved) and have joined the Plunkett Foundation who are assisting us.

Events – we will be holding an ‘open event’ soon for anyone to pop along and hear about our progress first-hand and ask any questions.

Debbie Honey, Publicity, July 2023 (updated version 2)

21 July 2023 Media Release

20 July £3,000 cheque presentation

St Breward Community Shop is off to a flying start, with over £9,000 raised so far!

The St Breward Community has united to start a Community Shop, which is off to a brilliant start.

The recently formed Community Shop Steering Group held very successful events on Tuesday 18 July and Thursday 20 July to meet with forthcoming volunteers, fundraisers, those offering professional services, and potential financial contributors. Over 75 people attended the events, with over 30 offering to volunteer in various capacities and £4,200 received at the events – bringing the total raised to over £9,000.

Offers of support and financial pledges were initially received via a community consultation questionnaire, which was hand-delivered to all households in St Breward. This highlighted 98% in-favour of a Community Shop, prompting the events. The questionnaire’s success was followed-up with approaches gaining initial grants from St Breward Parish Council (£3,000) and Cornwall Council (£240). Plus now, a substantial match-funding loan of £3,000 from Monster Display, Graphics & Signs (Andy Thatcher, pictured); Andy has also kindly helped with free professional production of a shop logo. The Steering Group estimate that they need to raise over £25,000, with a substantial portion of this needed now to make their temporary premises suitable, so will be forming a fundraising team. Between these groups they will directly approach other local organisations and businesses, as well explore larger grant funding applications and hold fundraising events.

St Breward Stores & Post Office unfortunately closed at the end of June 2023, due to the financial impact of running a local convenience shop whilst competing with supermarkets, online deliveries and increasing product and running costs. The Community initially came together at an extraordinary Parish Council meeting at the beginning of May 2023, resulting in the formation of the Steering Group. The Steering Group is taking forward the initial set-up of the Community Benefit Society, with the support of Plunkett Foundation. The Community Shop approach has already proven to work in neighbouring villages of Blisland, St Tudy and St Mabyn.

Community Shops are increasing in villages across the UK, replacing small privately owned shops which are struggling to compete against today’s ease of supermarket shopping and online deliveries. A Community Benefit Society is the most common legal structure of community shops, and exists to benefit the wider collective interests of a community; rather than that of its staff, committee members or investors. This structure also emphasises its members and member involvement, and can issue community shares. The Plunkett Foundation state a 92.5% long-term survival rate of Community Shops. [Reference: Plunkett_BB-2020_Shops.pdf] St Breward Community Shop has adopted the tagline ‘Owned and run by you, for you’ which perfectly sums up this new approach to delivering this essential community service.

Can you help? Get in touch with Steering Group Secretary, Dee Fry, secretary.stbcomm.shop@gmail.com

Debbie Honey, Publicity, 21 July 2023

18 July Volunteers etc Event

July 2023 Newsletter

St Breward Community Shop Newsletter July 2023

ABOVE IMAGE READS: It’s been a busy month for the Steering Group and good progress for the Community Shop!

Steering Group members update – Hello to Andrew Brownlee, a retired solicitor, who joins the Steering Group to help with the initial set-up. Goodbye to Kevin Foster (and previously Hazel and Sara Burrows) and thank you for your help. Thank you also to Darren Wills and Dale Stanley who provided some initial advice and support to the group and have now stepped away.

Interim premises – exciting news that St Breward Silver Band have kindly offered the temporary use of the Band Room at Row to open an interim shop. This is a great starting point, and we are very thankful to their Committee. We are currently determining how to fit it out and developing a business plan so that we can hopefully open at the end of the Summer. The Village Hall have kindly agreed to the Silver Band using the Village Hall for their practice nights with the hire cost waivered.

Permanent premises – long-term we are hoping to take-on one of the business units at Chyryn Drive, Row. This would be subject to availability, planning permission and change of use. This would give a much-desired central location with parking that the Community has asked for.

Volunteers – we are holding events on Tuesday 18 and Thursday 20 July to meet with volunteers, fundraisers, people offering professional services, and potential financial donors. Some volunteers and donors unfortunately didn’t include contact details on the questionnaire, so please get in touch (details below) if you’d still like to help!

Finances – our bank account is up and running, and we are expecting grants of £3,000 from St Breward Parish Council and £240 from Cornwall Council. Monster Displays, Graphics & Signs has also pledged to match-fund the £3,000 Parish Council grant. We will now be exploring applications for larger grants and setting-up the fundraising group.

Legal set-up – we have applied to become a Community Benefit Society and have joined the Plunkett Foundation who are assisting us.

Debbie Honey, Publicity, July 2023

13 July Update

Consultation questionnaire results

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Community Consultation – Questionnaire Summary
NumberPercentage
Number of questionnaires returned15731%
Q2. Would you support and use a Community Shop being set up in St Breward
Yes15498%
Q5. What do you think would be the main benefits of a Community Shop being set up?
Community hub7246%
Convenient shopping5233%
Not having to use transport5132%
Needed for elderly people/ those with limited mobility1811%
Banking, paying bills11%
Q6. If a new community shop was opened would you or any member of your household use it:
Daily1711%
2-3 times per week8655%
Once a week3321%
Once a fortbnight43%
Occasionally128%
Not at all32%
Q8. What services would you be most likely to use?
Tickets for village/ local events8252%
Tea room / coffee shop6642%
Advertisement board4730%
Prescription collection service4227%
Facility for prepayment key meters & E-top ups2113%
Home deliveries1711%
Q9. Are there any other products or services you would like to see?
Post Office / banking4730%
Q11. On a scale of 1 – 5 (where 1 is not important and 5 is very important), how important do you think it is to have a community shop?
1 – not important00%
221%
3106%
41610%
5 – very important12479%
Q15. When our community shop is up and running, would you be prepared to help by volunteering
(Only includes people who provided contact details)35
Q16. Number of individuals/households offering financial support
76

12 July Update

Poster aimed at Volunteers, Fundraisers, Offers of professional services, and Potential financial donors

ABOVE IMAGE READS: Volunteers, Fundraisers, Offers of professional services, and Potential financial donors

Thank you for your offers of support! We invite you to find out more (and have a cuppa with us) on:

  • Tuesday 18 July, 7pm at the Village Hall – event for volunteers, fundraisers and those that have offered professional services
  • Thursday 20 July, 7pm at the Memorial Hall – event for potential financial donors

Didn’t receive the email? Or can’t make the event/s? Please contact us at secretary.stbcomm.shop@gmail.com or message us on Facebook

4 July 2023 Update

Volunteers – did you receive our email?

We recently sent out emails to those that offered to help to get the shop up-and-running and those that volunteered to work in the shop once open – did you receive it?

  • Emails have bounced-back from some addresses
  • Please check your spam (emails were sent from secretary.stbcomm.shop@gmail.com)
  • If not received, please send us your email address again – you can message us on Facebook or email secretary.stbcomm.shop@gmail.com

23 June 2023 Update

Post Office have agreed for Marshgate Shop & Post Office to add a St Breward stop to the North Cornwall Mobile Post Office Van on Mondays from 3pm-4pm.  Darren Wills has agreed that the Post Office van can park in its usual parking space at The Old Inn & Restaurant car park, so that it can hook-up to the pub’s internet line.  Thank you to Darren, Dale and others, including Cllr Dominic Fairman and MP Scott Mann, that have lobbied for this stop to be added.  St Breward Residents please support this stop.  It is one hour a week but if it is not used it can be revoked.

June 2023 Newsletter

St Breward Community Shop Steering Group – a shop owned by and for St Breward Community

A warm hello from the recently formed Steering Group: Robert (Bob) Kirby-Harris (Chairman), Dee Fry (Secretary), Annie Crichton (Treasurer), Denis Lusby (Vice Chairman), Bonny Bryan (Deputy Secretary), Dominic Fairman (Cornwall Councillor), Dawn Barrett, Kevin Foster, Pat Dowdall, Karen Nankivell, and Debbie Honey (Publicity).

Questionnaire Results – thank you to everyone who returned the questionnaire. We had a great response, with over 25% returned.  This showed overwhelming support for a new shop (98%), with a significant number stating that they would either volunteer to work in the shop (42 people) or contribute financially (74 people).  Concerns include finding a centralised, accessible location with parking, and loss of the Post Office and other services currently provided.

Next steps: Our initial focus will be finding a location for an interim solution stocking essentials. A temporary shop will enable us to properly explore and raise funds for a permanent location and set-up.  Our hope is to have an interim solution in place by the end of the Summer, but with your support this could be achieved sooner. We will particularly need financial support, volunteers and the support of local trades people, please. Please get in touch (details below) if you can help!  In the meantime, for those without transport please don’t forget the community bus visits towns daily.  The bus timetable is available at www.stbreward.net

How might it work?  The long-term survival rate of a community shop is 92.5%.  We are working with Plunkett Foundation, a membership organisation who support the set-up of community shops.  The shop would be a ‘Community Benefit Society’, which is the most common legal structure of community shops.  A Community Benefit Society exists to benefit the wider collective interests of a community, rather than that of its staff, committee members or investors. This structure also emphasises its members and member involvement, and can issue community shares.

Fundraising, can you help?  We need to establish a fundraising team, which will be key to the success of both the temporary and permanent shop.  Please get in touch ASAP (contact details below) if you can help!

Post Office ­– it’s currently unlikely that a new shop will include a post office, due to a) Post Office not looking to open a replacement branch and b) the significant set-up costs (estimated £17k+).  We will however explore other services currently serviced by St Breward Stores, such as the prepayment top-up and Amazon collection point.  Darren Wills and Dale Stanley have been lobbying Post Office for St Breward to be added to the mobile van route.  You can help by lobbying our local MP Scott Mann: scott@scottmann.org.uk 01208 74337, Office of Scott Mann MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA

Keep in touch with Community Shop updates – contact Steering Group Secretary, Dee Fry at ‎secretary.stbcomm.shop@gmail.com, join the St Breward Community Facebook group, subscribe to the Community emails (community@stbreward.net), or visit www.stbreward.net and community noticeboards for additional updates.

Debbie Honey, Publicity, June 2023

St Breward Community Shop Limited. Registration Number: 9113.
Registered under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014.

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