This village is on the western side of Bodmin moor about 6 miles north of Bodmin. The village has a local shop, post office, village hall, pub, football club and playground and the village primary school is rated as Good by Ofsted. The parish incudes a moorland area containing Rough Tor, one of the highest points in Cornwall with views to the coasts and 175 acres of National Trust land. St. Breward is at the starting point of the camel trail, an 11 mile cycle path that connects Bodmin, Wadebridge and Padstow. A footpath around the village takes you on a loop past the Holy Well and the church while the fernacre stone circle is nearby. The secondary school that serves the village, St. James Smiths community school, is rated as Good by Ofsted whilst independent education is available at Truro School amongst others. Bodmin Parkway railway station is on the Cornish mainline with services to Plymouth, Newquay and London Paddington. As well as national retailers and local shops, Bodmin has three supermarkets including Sainsbury’s .The City of Truro is some 30 miles south of the village. Newquay Airport is 12 miles to the north of Truro, providing regular flights to Gatwick and other destinations both domestic and international. The City of Truro has fine Georgian Architecture and a wide variety of shops, bars, clubs and restaurants.