THE latest edition of the Cornish Times is on sale from today, and content includes:

-A couple from Callington are desperate to visit their grandaugter who was diagnosed with a brain tumour at the start of the pandemic. Fiona and Mike Bond, both cattle farmers, have not been able to see their grandaughter due to the tight travel restrictions for travelling to Australia where Ingrid, aged two and her family live.

-Two people had to be rescued by firefighters from a car which overturned at St Cleer on Monday evening. The drama unfolded when at 7.31pm Fire Control were contacted by Police Control reporting a road traffic collision involving a vehicle which had rolled.

-The Battle of the Bands musicians competition begins this week at The Social in Liskeard, starting on Thursday – but there is still one space remaining for any band which would like to enter.

-Award winning care provider, Home Instead from Tavistock, features on page six and seven.

-This week there are ten pages of sport. Liskeard athletic wins over Bodmin Town, Millbrook marked their first match with a hard-earned point against fifth in- the-table Bitton, Launceston bounced back with 3-0 victory at struggling Sticker, Argyle snatch victory from Cardiff city, Caradon travelled to Tavistock and came out worthy 5-1 winners, Bude put in their best attacking performance as they ran in 13 tries during an 85-10 demolition of Newquay Hornets at Bencoolen Meadow, Cornish All Blacks win over Okehampton at a packed Polson Bridge and football, darts, snooker, pool, badminton and athletics results.

-THERE are also all your usual favourite sections inside to read too:

Court reports, Auctions and Antiques, Back British farmers, Family Announcements, Puzzles, Ray Roberts’ Nature Watch, Homes and Gardens, Health and Wellbeing, Planning, Motoring, Public Notices, TV Choice and much much more!

Pick up the latest copy of your Cornish Times – it’s in the shops today!