LAUNCESTON’S Heritage Weekend always attracts plenty of attention each year and last week’s event was no different.

In this week’s paper are a report and pictures.

Elsewhere around the town, Launceston Hospital’s co-ordinator has been rewarded for an innovative new role, while Jess Lancaster is set to be ordained as a full priest.

On a slightly different note, The Bell Inn has won a prestigious runners-up award.

Calstock Parish Council are contemplating what to do next after sewage data request is denied.

Over in Hatherleigh, the local nursing home has unveiled their garden renovations, while in Bradworthy, a murder mystery night was held.

In Bude there’s the latest on the moving of the Compass Point, while members of the tennis club have become walking detectives.

Down in St Tudy the carnival royalty are preparing for their big day, while close by in Bodmin, a Cornwall Pride event was held.

On a more sombre note, friends and family of Bodmin stabbing victim Michael Riddiough-Allen have come together to celebrate his life.

As ever there is all the latest community news, including an anniversary planting of a tree, while we check in on the schools, including Oftsed success for Egloskerry and bee hives at St Catherine’s CofE, plus much more.