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The community of Carbis Bay is still coming to terms with the grim discovery at the bungalow of Jonathan and Derisa Trenchard earlier this month.
One of their three sons Joel, who is thirteen, has just returned to St. Ives School, his two older brothers are former pupils.
ITV News Westcountry's Steve Hardy has the full report.
Councillor Colin Nicholls, the Mayor of St. Ives has said the community of Carbis Bay is "concerned" about the loss of Jonathan and Derisa Trenchard earlier this month.
The couple was found dead at their home, and police say they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the deaths.
Mayor Nicholls said: "We're coming out in force to say that we as a town are very, very concerned about the sad loss of the people concerned, and obviously want to be seen to be supportive to the children that they might have a future in our town."
A concert is being held tonight to help the three sons of a couple who were found dead in their home in west Cornwall earlier this month.
The bodies of Jonathan and Derisa Trenchard were discovered after they failed to turn up for work.
Since then the community has rallied round to support their sons, the youngest Joel, who is 13, is being cared for by his older brothers.
Headteacher Richard Schofield of St. Ives School said: "The boys are obviously determined to get on and live their lives and pick up effectively from before this awful tragedy happened."