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
Construction works are being carried out to prepare Cornwall’s rubbish and recycling transfer sites for the introduction of weekly food waste collections. While the facilities are upgraded, some sites will be closed, and crews will need to take different routes while...
At the December Parish Council meeting, the Budget and annual setting of the Precept took place. Members gave strong consideration to the current financial climate and are aware that some Parishioners may be experiencing difficult times. With this in mind, Members...
The fund is open to not-for-profit organisations in St. Breock, St. Wenn, Withiel, Egloshayle, St. Issey, St Columb Town, and Wadebridge Town The fund is for a broad range of environmental, socio-economic, and educational projects that benefit local people ; this...