Previous Newsletters from March 2020 can be found here
Cornwall Council is hosting a Facebook LIVE Q&A this Thursday 25th March from 6pm alongside Devon & Cornwall Police and the G7 taskforce to answer your questions about the summit.
Cornwall Counci’ls Policy and Intelligence Newsletter 23rd March 2021
St Breward Parish Council
A new bench has been installed, the cradle swing seats replaced and additioanl safety matting laid. The whole project, has cost in the region of £10,000.
St Breward Parish Church – ‘Book a Pew’ Following storm damage to St Tudy Parish Church, parishioners from St Tudy have ben invited to attend services in St Breward Parish Church. In order to accomodate all those wishing to attend whilst still adhering to social distancing, it has been decided to adopt a booking system
Contact Caroline Hooper 01208 851315 firstname.lastname@example.org to ‘book a pew’
The Church remains open every day for private prayer and will soon be reopening for
:Palm Sunday, 28th March – Holy Communion 11.10am
Good Friday, 2nd April – Devotion on the Cross 2pm
Easter Sunday, 4th April – Holy Communion 11.10am
All the usual distancing and sanitising will still apply.
St Breward Parish Church website
St Breward Carnival Easter Treasure Hunt Still time to enter the Easter Treasure Hunt, closing date 4th April. You can download an Entry Form and Map or you can contact the Carnival Secretary Sharon Bourne through the St Breward Carnival Facebook Page, email or on 07967 454568.
Keep up to date with Carnival events and activities through the St Breward Carnival Facebook Page or through our Community website, there will also be posters round the village and updates will be forwarded through the community emails
‘This will still be Carnival – but not as you normally know it!!!