THERE’S plenty going on in this week’s Post Series including the return of Launceston Carnival after a three-year absence.
There’s a report and a two-page spread from the day which attracted record entries and crowds.
Elsewhere in the town, Kernow House care home have raised more than £200 from a coffee morning while some locals have won big in a homeowners draw plus news of a new chairman and secretary at Launceston Young Farmers’ Club (YFC).
Down the A388 there’s a big report and pictures from the return of Callington Honey Fair while up the B3254 in Bude plenty of funds have been raised including £5,000 for the Cornwall Air Ambulance and more than £900 for Animal Free Research UK Bude Group.
Elsewhere in the North Cornwall town, Bude-Stratton Town Council have a new deputy mayor while a concert at St Martin’s Church is praised.
Over in Holsworthy the local Army Cadet Force (ACF) have presented a cheque to Bradworthy Primary Academy’s ongoing building project while a new section has been introduced for the local Scouts group.
Down in Camelford, a pub has come up with an interesting way to save money while an owner that has seen his business ruined by a fire, has vowed to ‘put it all back together’.
As ever there’s all the community news including a first service for a new minister and a memorable trip for rail enthusiasts, a four-page special of school intakes plus much more.