THERE’S plenty going on in the local towns and villages that make up the Post Series patch in this week’s edition.

We hear from a Launceston resident who is set to be affected by Stagecoach’s decision to scrap the 6A bus route from Launceston to Exeter, a decision that will also impact users from Bude and Okehampton.

Elsewhere in and around the town, we hear about Egloskerry Primary School’s decision to appoint students to roles within the school while in Week St Mary it’s all systems go ahead of the return of ‘Revel Week’.

In Camelford, children from the 1st Scouts group have been litter picking while a couple of miles away in Tintagel, the local church have held a flower festival.

Bude is a busy town with groups of all varieties.

The owners of Bude An Mor Hotel have been seeking local opinion over a potential new care home, Bude Seaside Friends Group have raised £2,000 throughout the summer while local charity Talan’s Trust have turned the town gold in recent weeks.

Across the A3072 in Holsworthy we hear about Highgate Hill school’s decision to join a new group and the driver who killed an Ashwater motorcyclist appears in court.

In Callington there’s a preview of the upcoming Honey Fair, plus news of a new minibus for the local youth project group, and a visit from the BBC to the community college.

Read about a Pensilva runner preparing for his sixth London Marathon and Harrowbarrow Primary School reaching a special milestone, as well as all the community news from across the patch including news of a president at the Inner Wheel Club of Bude and Bude WI making mosaics as part of their centenary celebrations, plus much more.