THIS week’s Post Series is as busy as ever with plenty going on, particularly in Holsworthy.

Cllr Nigel Kenneally has accepted his chain of office as the town’s new mayor while a new Freeman and Champions have been announced.

Elsewhere in the town, a local woman has been found guilty of helping a former policeman run a cocaine line.

Down the A388 at Launceston, the community market have been providing funding for the Cornwall Nature Conservancy while Kernow House care home received a visit from some furry friends.

Bude is always busy in the summer and hundreds attended the Bude Literary Festival last weekend where the fine weather played ball.

The Compass Point is one of the town’s standout features and we check-in as work begins on its relocation project.

There is also pictures and a report on the Devon County Show plus all the latest community news, including a cherry tree being gifted in Coad’s Green and a talk on blood bikes in Bude.

The latest Westminster column from MP for Torridge and West Devon Geoffrey Cox on protecting our rural landscapes is inside plus we check in with the schools as students head to the capital and complete the Ten Tors Challenge.

There is also a feature on Crackington Village Shop plus news of a charity skydive for Children’s Hospice South West and more.