There are plenty of interesting stories in this week’s Post.

The Holsworthy Post leads with a story of an eleven-year-old from Chilsworthy, who has only ever had three hair trims in her life, and is preparing to chop it all off in aid of The Little Princess Trust.

The Cornish and Devon Post leads with the League of Friends of Launceston Hospital and Community, who have purchased a new defibrillator for the town’s medical centre.

The Bude and Stratton Post leads with the heated town council discussion around The Pearl Exchange licence.

In sport, Bude Town win comfortably over their North Cornwall rivals, but are held to a draw on their travels to Millbrook.

We bring you updates and reports as the cricket season gets underway, local and regional football, golf and sailing news.

We’ve got a great supplement in this week’s paper celebrating the reopening of non-essential retail and supporting the high street. It’s a great time to support your local traders and businesses. Exploring some of the towns in our region is well worth it – for the variety and quality offered by independent traders, and the rich history, interesting buildings, and lovely surroundings.

Look to pick up your local copy of the Post in shops today.