New defibrillator at the Village Hall

A new defibrillator has been installed at the Village Hall in Brentor to replace the old unit which had reached the end of it’s serviceable life. The equipment and storage cabinet have been purchased with Parish Council funds and a grant from the Department of Health and Social Care fund.In the event of a medical emergency always dial 999 first. The ambulance service know where defibrillators are located and how to access them. There is no mobile phone cover in much of the Parish but there is a public payphone adjacent to the War Memorial in Brentor which can be used to call the emergency services.

For more information about defibrillators (and other emergency equipment) and what to do in an emergency please click here.

Village Hall Produce Show 2024

Brentor Produce Show and Fete to be replaced with an afternoon tea

Due to the poor weather and subsequent growing conditions we have decided to change plans for July.

The Brentor Produce Show and Fete will be replaced with an afternoon tea on Sunday July 21st at the Village Hall.

Details will be available at the Coffee Morning on June 1 and we are hoping to deliver personal invitations to as many of Brentor Parish as is practical in early June

If you have any questions in the meantime please email

We will be holding a photographic competition during the afternoon tea with the following categories that we announced earlier in the year

  1. "Clouds”
  2. “Black/White”
  3. “Patterns”

We thank you for your support and understanding.

Brentor Village Hall & Playing Field Committee


Defibrillator Training at Village Hall

Defibrillator Training

The Village Hall and Playing Field Committee have arranged for free defibrillator training for Brentor residents. The training will take place in the village hall on the 23rd April 2024 between 7.00 p.m. and 9.00 p.m.

The course is free of charge but there is a limit of 20 participants so registering is essential. You can either register at the coffee morning on the 6th April or by contacting Sandra Johnson via email by completing the form below:


    Mistletoe Fair 2023

    2023 Mistletoe Fair

    Brentor Village Hall was packed with festive visitors last Saturday (2/12/23) attending the annual Mistletoe Fair. As well as tasty food and drink there were lots of stalls selling all sorts of Christmas essentials with accompanying music from the Hummingbirds.

    The fair is an important event in the Village Hall calendar raising vital funds for the upkeep of the hall. It takes an enormous amount of energy to put on such an event (and bake all those goodies!) so a big thank you to the VHPFC for their hard work in making is such as success and to all those that came along and enjoyed the event.

    See you in 2024!

    Swamp Stomp at Village Hall

    BRENTOR VILLAGE HALL hosts The Swamp Stomp String Band

    BRENTOR VILLAGE HALL hosts The Swamp Stomp String Band

    Doors open 7pm for 7.30pm Tickets £12 adults £8 children

    The Swamp Stomp String Band are a raucous and energetic travelling three-piece band from the UK, consisting of banjos, upright bass, guitars, anda flat-pack honky-tonk piano. We play rambunctious, up-tempo, old-time music infused with Bluegrass, Country, Americana, and anything else you might find pouring out of a beer soaked, roadside dive-bar!

    Book tickets online at:



    Mitchell and Vincent at Brentor Village Hall

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    Brentor Community Trust hosts Mitchell and Vincent at Brentor Village Hall


    New date! Saturday 23rd September 2023

    Doors open 7pm for 7.30pm start

    Tickets £12 adult/£8 under 16s

    To buy tickets online please go to:

    Westcountry folk duo Mitchell and Vincent bring traditional and contemporary styles on fiddle and guitar to music from the British Isles with their own varied arrangements telling stories with their tunes as well as songs.

    They have performed concerts around the UK, including festivals such as Glastonbury, Broadstairs, Oxford and Beverley.

    Acoustic magazine praised their playing as, “Stunning”; FATEA said, “Music that is beautifully played”; while Bright Young Folk described their performance as, "Providing skilled arrangements and expert delivery of tunes and songs which showcase the vibrancy, and variety, of folk music across Britain. A thoroughly engaging and enjoyable experience.”

    To find out more about the band, go to

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    Villages in Action – Help! I think I’m a Nationalist!

    This event is now sold out

    Don't forget your tickets!

    Saturday 18th March 2023 7.30pm start at Brentor Village Hall

    Who am I?  Where do I belong?  And who should I vote for? Cornwall is at a tipping point.  House prices soar, the population shifts, tensions rise.  Some people see it as a separate nation, whilst others see it as a prime holiday destination and playground for the rich.  Seamas Carey is confused.  He is desperately trying to understand.  He’s watched a wave of gentrification sweep through his rural hometown.  There’s nowhere to live, yet second homes stand empty.  He wishes Cornwall was more welcoming and inclusive, but watches “up country” money sow division and suspicion.  Could closing borders and nationalism be the answer?  Where’s the line between pride and power?  What happens when it all goes too far?

    Seamas needs help…he needs your help!

    Suitable for 16+ years.  Tickets £13 available to book in advance online at:


    Or call HELEN ON 01822 810412


    Free Trees!

    Trees, Bacon Rolls, Cake and Hot Drinks this Saturday at the Village Hall

    Help us make sure that the morning runs as smoothly as possible:

    Please do not arrive before 9:45 and only park on the hall side of the road so that tractors, buses etc can safely pass.

    Bacon Rolls, cake and hot drinks will be served from 9:45.

    Trees are first come first served. On arrival please come into the hall to collect a numbered ticket to ensure your place in the queue.

    Trees will be given away in order of ticket number from 10:30 onwards. Please wait in the hall until your number is called

    There is a maximum of 5 trees per household and we have enough trees for about 65 households.

    There are about 13 types of native trees including crab apple, hazel, rowan, hawthorn, birch and alder