Notice of the period for the Exercise of RightsUnder the Accounts & Audit Regulations 2015, authorities must publish the following information on the authority website:
* Notice of the period for the exercise of public rights and a declaration that the accounting statements are as yet unaudited:
* Section 1-Annual Governance Statement 2022/2023, approved & signed
* Section 2-Accounting Statements 2022/2023, approved & signed
The St Breward Parish Council's External Auditors are:
Southampton SO14 3TL
30th June 2023
Annual Parish Meeting Monday 22nd May 2023The Annual Parish Meeting will be held in the Village Hall on Monday evening 22nd May. Doors open 6.40pm, Meeting starts 7pm
Agenda for Annual Parish Meeting 22nd May 2023 (pdf)
Grit BinsThere are eleven grit bins in the Parish, all will be refilled within the next 48 hours
12th December 2022
Twentyfour Hours to Proclaim the KingSt Breward Parish Council, as with all Parish and Town Councils, had only 24 hours to arrange a formal proclamation of the succession of King Charles III, being asked to conduct it as soon after 6pm on Sunday 11th September.
A quick decision was made to hold it at our War Memorial, looking out towards Wadebridge and the coast just before Sunset. The Met Office were forecasting 10% chance of rain. The next problem was what could we add to the actual proclamation to enhance and solemnise the occasion. Quick phone calls by our clerk, Anita Cornelius and councillors resulted in St Breward Church agreeing to say a prayer and St Breward Band agreeing to provide the music.
So, on Sunday evening 11th September at 7.30pm, 55 members of the community came together at the War Memorial on Mine Hill. St Breward Band played 'Evensong', followed by two prayers from Paddy McShee, one for HM Queen Elizabeth II and one for King Charles III. Denis Lusby, Chairman of the St Breward Parish Council read out the Proclamation, the band played the national anthem to which everyone sang.
As an aside: When the late Queen's coffin cortege made its way down the Royal Mile, in Edinburgh to St Giles Cathedral, she passed by kerb stones and bollards from DeLank quarry
The Accession Proclamation can be read by clicking the link below
Download document (pdf)
Message from Chairman St Breward Parish CouncilWe are deeply saddened to learn about the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. On this sad occasion, Councillors, and on behalf of the community would like to express their deepest condolences to all members of the Royal Family.
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