LAUNCESTON Medical Centre has been making headlines in North Cornwall over the last few days and features heavily in this week’s Post Series. The Medical Centre have issued an apology after public complaints over waits for appointments. We hear from members of the public and the Medical Centre as they vow to make changes.

Elsewhere in the town the police are appealing for information following a burglary at Co-Op on Newport Industrial Estate. Launceston YFC have also held their recent harvest festival while they, along with local Young Farmers’ Clubs including Bradworthy, have been getting creative with hay bales.

In other news, a Holsworthy father who attacked his partner, has been given a six-month jail sentence suspended for two years while elsewhere in the Devon town, we hear about a man who spent more than 200 hours creating a rug in honour of the new King, Charles III, and of The Mare and Foal Sanctuary who are offering special events around Christmas.

There’s also news of a nine year old’s speed sign being chosen as a competition winner while Shebbear pupils have been excelling in triathlon and tetrathlon events.Across the A3072 in Bude there’s an update from Friends of Bude Sea Pool who have been working hard to fundraise for this all important facility.

In Whitstone a big breakfast raised well over £1,000 for charity while there’s also all the latest community news from across the Post Series patch including a harvest festival at Chilsworthy Methodist Chapel and a local artist visiting Lifton WI, plus much more.