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
DEFIBRILLATORS - have you ever wondered how you might respond in an emergency having to use one? The machines are in fact, easy to use following the voice commands, but having some basic training definitely provides a level of confidence and familiarity with the...
WREN Your energy transition event poster 1 3 Imagining your community’s renewable energy future Everyone welcome! • Launch of new online NZCom transition tool & Community Guide • Local Net Zero Heroes & Special guests • Expert panel discussions, displays,...
Concern Wadebridge at The John Betjeman Centre presents Understanding Your GP Practice Wednesday 8th February at 2pm Come and listen to representatives from Wadebridge & Camel Estuary Practice and Bridge Medical Centre (Port Isaac Practice) explaining the process...