Community Newsletter Tuesday 5th April 2022

Following the Coffee Morning on Saturday 26th March a total of £2,160.00 has been sent to ShelterBox, this includes a donation from the school of £136.90
Contact Hayley Harris for more information 07722 002308


Easter Bingo at the Football Club

Wednesday 13th April at the Football Club, ‘Eyes Down’ 7.30pm

For more information, or to donate prizes                                                                 contact Lorraine Kay 07463 363639

St Breward Parish Church

 Coffee Morning Saturday 9th April

Everyone welcome to a Coffee Morning in the Parish Church on Saturday 9th April, commencing at 10am, fundraising for Church funds


Many stalls including, Cake, Bric-a-Brac, an Easter Game and  an Easter themed table.

Refreshments and Raffle

Contact Cathy McShee for more information 01208 850435

Easter Church Services in the Parish Church

Palm Sunday 10th April at 11.10am, David Seymour will lead a Communion Service

Good Friday 15th April at 10am, Messy Church will be making an Easter Garden and finding out about the meaning of Easter, plus doing lots of fun activities at 10.00 a.m.

Easter Sunday 17th April at 11.10am Easter Communion will be led by Rev Robin Thwaites

A warm welcome is extended to al

Contact Cathy McShee for more information 01208 850435


   Carnival Easter Treasure Hunts

This year the Carnival Committee have organised two Easter Treasure Hunts one for children and one the whole family can enjoy.

Take part in the Treasure Hunts from Saturday 9th April.

Completed Entry forms to Sharon at No1Row, opposite The Chapel

Closing date for both Treasure Hunts is Saturday 23rd April 2022

Download The Easter Adult Treasure Hunt Entry Form Here

Download The Easter Adult Treasure Hunt Map Here

Download Easter Children’s Treasure Hunt Entry form Here

Or collect entry forms from the Box on the gate at No 1 Row, opposite The Chapel, or downloaded from the Carnival Facebook Page

Contact Carnival Secretary Sharon Bourne for more information, 01208 850191


Community Newsletter Thursday 31st March 2022

St Breward Parish Council[

The April Meeting of the Parish Council will be held in the Memorial Hall at Limehead on Monday evening 4th April commencing at 7pm

Prior to the start of the meeting there will be an opportunity for members of the public to discuss any items which feature on this agenda with all the Parish Councillors.  If any other members of the public wish to discuss any other items – they will be considered for next month’s agenda.

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Anita Cornelius Clerk to St Breward Parish Council
Denis Lusby Chairman St Breward Parish Council 01208 850517
Parish Council Webite  St Breward Parish Council website

St. Breward Community Bus

St. Breward Community Bus – Restart!

Regrettably, the Community bus has been off the road since late January. This was due to operational issues that necessitated  halting services while they were resolved. I’m pleased to be able to tell you that those matters have been sorted out and the bus will restart during late April, although with a much reduced service to begin with.

The following trips will run in April:

Friday 22nd April : Truro:

Pickup from  9.00 – Return approx. 2.30 : Fare £5 return 

Trip available to St. Mabyn & St. Tudy residents

Wednesday 27th April : Wadebridge & Trelawney Garden Centre:

Pickup from 9.00 – Return approx.  2.00 : Fare £2 return

Trip available to St. Mabyn & St. Tudy residents

If you want to book a seat on these trips please contact Phil (Bus Secretary) on 01208 850229

We have new drivers about to undergo training, so we expect to ramp up the services, hopefully including the Village Shuttle, over the coming months. Our thanks to David Poxon of the Parish Council in assisting the Bus Committee in these matters.

Community Newsletter Sunday 13th March 2022

Mother’s Day and Easter Fair at the Football Club                                                  Saturday 19th March 12noon – 3pm

Locally made crafts, bric a brac, pickles, preserves,         knitted goods and jewellery

Lots of ideal presents for Mother’s Day and Easter

Super Raffle and Name the Teddy  Refreshments

Book a Table with Andrew Dingle 07876 106062                                                              Tables are £7.50 each, payable in advance



Coffee Morning  in aid of the ShelterBox appeal for The Ukraine

Saturday 26th March 10-12 noon                                                                                   St Breward AFC, Penvorder Lane

Raffle, Bric a Brac, Cake Stall  Good quality new and pre loved clothes, household items

Contact Hayley Harris 07722 002308 to arrange collection of items for sale or raffle prizes

Come along for Coffee and Cake and help us to help ShelterBox help The Ukraine’


Soup & Sweet Lunch in the Memorial Hall

Tuesday 29th March at 12.30  £6.00 per person

This is a Fundraiser for the Memorial Hall                             Pre-booking only Sheila Nottle 01208 850824


‘Friendly and Local’ IT Sessions in the Memorial Hall

Wednesdays 13th & 27th April, 4th, 11th & 18th May 1030-1pm or 1.30-3.30pm

These sessions are designed to help everyone use their phones, tablets, ipads and laptops with more confidence

Topics will include:  Staying safe and secure online and finding information on the NHS websites to aid health and wellbeing

The courses will be led by IT Trainers from Cornwall Rural Community Charity (CRCC)




More information or to book a place contact, Memorial Hall Secretary Veronica,  07790 63442




Community Newsletter Sunday 13th February 2022

Next Jubilee Meeting Tuesday 15th February

Plans are underway for the community to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee in June

As a follow up to the meeting on 7th February, and to gather more ideas, co-ordinate dates and times for events and activities, there will be a follow up meeting at the Memorial Hall on Tuesday 15th February at 6pm. If you are unable to attend the Meeting and have ideas or would like to offer help and support Contact Veronica for more information  01208 850727/07790 634429

Carnival AGM  Wednesday 16th February

Everyone is invited to the Carnival AGM on Wednesday evening 16th February in the Memorial Hall, at 7pm

Contact Sharon Bourne for more information  01208 850191

Carnival Day 2022 is Saturday 2nd July


St Breward Silver Band AGM Monday 21st February

St Breward Silver Band are having their AGM on                                                         Monday 21st Feb at 7:30pm in the Band Hall

All welcome, light refreshments to follow.

Contact Cookie for more information
07920 282423





Community Newsletter – Sunday 30th January 2022

How shall we celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee?

Following feedback, the meeting in the Village Hall on Monday 7th February to discuss how we are going to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee in June, will now start at 6.30pm 

Everyone Welcome!!

Tea is served!

Photos from the Jubilee Street Party 2012


Following the meeting look out for more information in community emails, on the community website  the Parish Council noticeboard at the top of Row Hill and community noticeboards

Community Newsletter

A Message from The Chapel Steward

No doubt most of you reading this will be aware that our Methodist Chapel in St Breward has not been open for worship since the first Covid19 lockdown.  Sadly we have to say that unless a miracle happens it will not be opening again.   The cost of insurance alone, not to mention maintenance is, beyond sustainable for the few of us who met there for worship on Sundays.

Methodist services still take place at St Tudy and Camelford and several other chapels round about but we would love to have been able to keep St Breward Chapel open for worship

We are so grateful for all the support we have had for various functions from the people of the village and surrounding areas, including the Christmas plays by the school and we thank you all sincerely. It meant so much to us.

I started writing this article a couple of days ago when it seemed everything was at standstill. Then on Wednesday 25th January I heard that an Estate agent was coming the next day with the view to the Chapel going on the market. So at this time of writing we are waiting to hear what the guide price will be.

We would dearly love to see our Chapel put to good use within the community, but that would take a huge amount of work and commitment by many people to make that a reality. Any brave souls out there??  Also the fact that the Chapel will be sold by Tender makes it even more difficult so, sadly it’s hard to see a way forward.

Whtever happens to the Chapel building in the future we just hope and pray it will be put to good use and a real asset to the village.

The building may have closed for worship, but our faith in God lives on. We praise Him for all that is past, and trust Him for all that’s to come.

May God be with you all

Dorothy Grundon, Chapel Steward.  01208 368441