THERE’S a wide-range of stories in this week’s Post Series.

On a national scale, we hear from local MPs following the news that Liz Truss has been chosen as the new Prime Minister.

In Launceston we hear about a national award for Anna Mitchell, while a couple of miles away in Lezant there’s a report, pictures and result from the village horticultural show which returned with a bang.

Over in North Petherwin we hear about the football club’s dog show as they aim to raise funds for a new clubhouse, while Tregadillett Brownies have enjoyed their first pack holiday since the pandemic.

Up in Bude, the RNLI Lifeboat Weekend raises thousands, the North Cornwall Vegan Fair roars back with it being hailed a huge success and Penny Baxter has a day she won’t forget in a hurry as she walked and crawled her way to Exeter from Bude in one day for charity.

On the topic of challenges, we hear from a Bude soldier who is set to run a 1,000 miles from John O’Groats to Land’s End for charity.

Over in Holsworthy the town’s carnival committee have chosen their first royalty since 2019 while the local peloton cycling club have been busy fundraising for a children’s ward at North Devon District Hospital.

Also hear about Holsworthy Community College’s successful Ofsted inspection while there’s the latest community news, the fortnightly column from former BBC Spotlight presenter Justin Leigh, plus much more.