THERE is plenty to get your teeth stuck into in this week’s Post Series including a momentous trip to London.
Three young Explorer Scouts from Holsworthy queued for more than 14 hours to pay their respects to HM Queen Elizabeth II. Hear all about their experiences inside.
There is also more proclamations from the local area as King Charles III takes up the mantle.
On a more local level, we hear about a delay over the controversial plans for a crematorium in Poundstock while Launceston’s Community Market lends its support to The Wave Project.
Trevalga Manor, situated between Tintagel and Boscastle has been the source of great controversy recently as the fight for ownership gathers pace. Read about how the Trustees of the manor have launched their defence as they try to halt the sale of the estate.
On a feel good note, there is a report and picture from Launceston and District’ Cats Protection’s annual garden fete, news of Bradford Primary School’s successful Ofsted inspection and how more than £7,000 was raised by Bradworthy YFC’s ‘Tour De Bath Tub’ event.
Over at Crackington a local cider company has won ‘Gold’ in the Taste of the West Awards while further up the coast in Bude, there is a new town councillor in the shape of Lou Quinton.
There is a festive report from Lanteglos near Camelford about St Julitta’s Church’s flower festival, a report and pictures from the Port Isaac Carnival plus Justin Leigh’s popular column on the Queen and community news from right across the Post area patch.