THE Post Series is back up to 40 pages this week and there’s plenty to get your teeth stuck into from across the patch.

We hear about the struggles of residents in North Cornwall trying to get dentist appointments while local MP Scott Mann has been to Kilkhampton for a Q&A session.

Also inside is Scott’s latest Westminster column.

As ever the local community support causes when they can. We hear about thousands being raised for Dunterton Church, a care home resident raising funds for charity in memory of his wife and a couple of local funeral directors jumping 10,000 feet.

In Camelford we find out the winners of the recent scarecrow and pumpkin parade competitions while Co-Op in Launceston have raised their Christmas Toy Appeal, the Lions have been out collecting litter and the town have visitors from their twinning town, Plestin-les-Greves.

Up the coast in Bude we hear about an author releasing her sixth book while the local jive club celebrate a significant milestone.

As ever there’s all the latest community news including Coad’s Green WI’s anniversary and a school reunion in St Teath.

Former BBC Spotlight presenter Justin Leigh’s latest column also features while there’s plenty more including a six-page farming diary and a two-page Remembrance Day preview ahead of the weekend ceremonies.