Denis Lusby (Chairman) Gwerthji Koth Row St Breward PL30 4LN 01208 850517 07484 831222 firstname.lastname@example.org
Fiona Cambouropoulos Tree Roots St Breward PL30 4LZ 01208 851348 07964 282174 Nickandfionac@gmail.com
David Cornelius Hantergantick Farm St Breward PL30 4NH 01208 850954 07979 915069 email@example.com
Joe Kay 12 Chyryn Drive St Breward PL30 4LL 01208 850030 07729 500952 No email available
Patrick Lucas 1 Victoria Terrace, Row, St Breward PL30 4NG 07484 173052 firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephen Nankivell Treswallock Farm St Breward PL30 4PL 01208 850255 07718 742408 email@example.com
David Poxon Newhaven Limehead St Breward PL30 4LU 01208 850856 07860 866383 firstname.lastname@example.org
Veronica Stansfield Ptarmigan Tregenna Road Blisland PL30 4JS 01208 850727 07790 634429 email@example.com
Paul Van Der Ben Estuary View Row St Breward PL30 4LW 01208 850177 07734 330168 firstname.lastname@example.org
Darren Wills Stoneycroft Limehead St Breward PL30 4LU 01208 243342 07841 106427 email@example.com
Anita Cornelius Clerk to the Parish Council Hantergantick Farm St Breward PL30 4NH 01208 850954 firstname.lastname@example.org
Tim Hutton Tree Warden 07974 633320 email@example.com
Dominic Fairman Cornwall Councillor for the St Teath Ward (which includes St Breward) South Penquite Farm Blisland PL30 4LH 07939 122303 firstname.lastname@example.org
Working for the Community No community, here or overseas, wants to be faced with problems which lead to them becoming caught in a cycle of degradation and poverty, with a consequent lack of community pride in their area, poor environmental quality and health, high crime and unemployment levels, and multiple inequalities. Our aim is to create a sustainable community– a place where people want to live and work, now and in the future.
From global to local we must all aim to improve the lives of people in our community especially those who might be socially excluded and who experience poor quality of life, including poor local environmental quality and poor access to services such as education, healthcare and transport.
Aims of St Breward Parish Council: To make our community active, inclusive and safe – fair, tolerant and cohesive with a strong local culture and other shared community activities. To be well run – with effective and inclusive participation, representation and leadership. Environmentally sensitive – providing places for people to live that are considerate of the environment, well designed and built – featuring a quality built and natural environment. Well connected – with good transport services and communication linking people to jobs, schools, health and other services. Thriving – with a flourishing and diverse local economy. Well served – with public, private, community and voluntary services that are appropriate to people’s needs and accessible to all. Fair for everyone – including those in other communities, now and in the future.