Here are all the big stories in this week’s Tavistock Times:

• The final whistle has been blown on one of West Devon’s premier community sporting events, the Son-Rise Cup.

• Three people have admitted offences after police busted a cannabis farm with links to a Facebook drug ‘tuck shop’.

• A body was found at a popular beauty spot in West Devon on Sunday afternoon (June 16).

Tavistock Parish Church is holding its tenth fundraising summer fete on Saturday, June 29.

• A Tavistock mental health charity has received a cash boost of almost £15,000 to support adults in the borough.

• A West Devon school has been ‘doing its bit’ for the environment by collecting used crisp packets.

• The opening night of the Tavistock Group of Artists 64th annual art exhibition in Tavistock Town Hall on Monday was attended by the mayors of Tavistock and West Devon.

• More interesting finds have been discovered in the exploratory digs currently taking place in Calstock.

• SEVEN pages of local sport, including Tavistock Cricket Club’s clash with Cornwood, coverage of the Burrator Horseshoe and much more.