SHOWS and events are the big feature of this week’s Post Series with plenty covered from across the patch.

The first Camelford Agricultural Show since 2019 was held at Trevilla near Marshgate and attracted a big crowd, inside are reports and pictures from the various sections.

Over at Stoke Climsland, they too held their first show since the pandemic and attracted over 1,200 entries. Inside are reports, pictures and results from a big day for the village.

St Giles-on-the-Heath, Launcells and Upton Cross have all staged horticultural shows in recent days and have plenty of coverage as does Poughill Revel, while Marhamchurch Revel Committee were able to revive an old tradition.

Bude’s Pete Vickery and Launceston’s Geoff Provis are to become some of the newest Bards next month while Week St Mary teenager Will Bacchus has won gold at Junior Open Agility World Championships in Vantaa, Finland and teenage horse-rider Kizzy Okeefe who has impressed in various competitions.

On a more obscure note, we hear about a rare medieval whale bone on display at Launceston Castle while there’s news of a pub reopening in Boscastle and a cash grant for struggling families in Camelford.

The community of Egloskerry have been busy raising funds for a Launceston charity while on Bodmin Moor, the world-famous Jamaica Inn has been sold for £8-million.

There’s also a look ahead to the annual Bude Lifeboat Weekend and Holsworthy Show, plus much more.