Welcome to the beautiful rural parish of St Breock – the largest in North Cornwall. Bounded to the North by the Camel Estuary, an AONB, the parish has a broad biodiversity with numerous SSSI’s. In Cornish, our name is Nansant meaning ‘Holy Valley; which has at its centre the 13th century St Breock church. The parish is rich with archaeological sites from the Neolithic period, an example here of the Men Gurta monolith, proudly standing next to some more modern ‘monoliths’.
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Latest Council News
Cornwall Council's Budget for 2022/23 See poster for details - the consultation closes on 23rd January 2022.
The parish Council recently undertook the creation and design of "Waymarkers" Waymarkers show where the permissive paths and public rights of way are located and will benfit both Parishioners and visitors. With so many people now wanting to get out into the...
Message from Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust. We’ve got a brilliant opportunity for someone to join the Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust Board and play a key part in influencing the way our services are provided, now and for the future. We want to reach out to...