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
If you’re reading this then it’s likely that you are one of the first visitors to our new St. Breock Parish Council website. Welcome! We’ve partnered with SeaDog IT, a local digital agency that has experience working with councils to build an accessible site that...
The Parish Council currently has four vacancies. Any Parishioner who would like to serve as a Parish Councillor, may submit an application, in writing, to the Parish Clerk. To stand as a councillor you must satisfy these requirements: You need to be over 18 years of...
To say that this year has been an extremely challenging year is probably somewhat of an understatement and I would like to begin by thanking our Clerk Ms Jacqui Peskett and my Vice Chairman Councillor Ian Morris for their continued support during this time. With the...