CARNIVALS are the big theme in this week’s Post Series with three local villages celebrating in July.

Inside are pictures and reports from Whitstone, St Tudy and St Teath as well as report and pictures of Bude’s Heritage Festival.

There’s the latest on a proposed application from fast food giants Domino’s to set up a takeaway in Pennygillam Industrial Estate, Launceston, news of the chance for local businesses in the same town to get involved with Safe Green Streets and Bridgerule Primary School’s Ethan Pinchess who has won the Rotary Young Person’s Community Award.

Camelford teenager Niall Daniel is heading to South Korea next year, find out why, while on a more sombre note, there’s the story of Barney Price whose two friends are walking some of the South West Coastpath to fight Barney’s cancer battle, while there’s the latest on the trial of Bradworthy’s Claire Symons, accused of forging the will of retired doctor, Paul Davis.

On a lighter note, we learn about Jessica Flook’s impressive performance at Netherbridge Dog Show while members of St Anne’s Residential Home in Whitstone recently headed to Sutcombe to visit the local donkey sanctuary.

As always there’s the latest community news and the monthly column from former BBC Spotlight presenter Justin Leigh, which focuses on climate change, plus much more.