Wednesday Jun 12
Plymouth Evening Herald
WHEN Norma Fry's children began attending the grammar schools in Plymouth she and her husband Andy decided to move from their rural base in Harrowbarrow near Callington to a rented home in Stoke to ease the daily school run.
FOOTBALL: Cornwall round-up
ST DAY wrapped up second place in the Jolly's Combination League their best ever finish with a 4-1 win at Penryn last week.
June is 'listening month' as council asks public about financial pressures
The new chairman and vice chairman of Cornwall Council have designated June as "Listening Month" and will tour Cornwall to find out first hand from local people how they are coping with increased financial pressures.
This Is Somerset
Rebekka Hartmann (left) and Caroline Bergius of Duo Isaria
One half of Duo Isaria, Rebekka is joined by Scottish pianist and harpsichord player Caroline Bergius, who was also an early starter, beginning her musical career at the age of seven.
This Is Exeter
International duo bring baroque to Cornish churches
Audiences at two Cornish venues will enjoy the combined talents of an internationally-acclaimed baroque musician and her 300-year-old Stradivarius violin this week.
Western morning News
Plymouth students complete residential programme
The pupils from Torpoint Community College have taken part in the annual event, which was also attended by students from Torpoint, Tavistock, Bodmin, Callington and Camborne.