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A historic Cornish harbour has gone on sale for £4.4m. The port at Charlestown has been in private ownership for nearly 20 years and is now being sold by its owner Robin Davies.
Mr Davies, 69, has placed the 3.5 acre plot of land and water up for sale which includes his many businesses.
The Olympics and Paralympics are widely regarded as having been a huge success, in terms of medals won and in the way they've been organised. But is there a lasting legacy for business in the South West too?
Retailers across the country say they saw sales dip slightly in August as people stayed in to watch, even internet sales were down. But the British name is flying high and exporters in the region believe it's a chance to cash in.
It's been the wettest summer in a hundred years and next week the schools go back, bringing to an end what has been a holiday season to forget for many in the tourist industry in the West.
Some are reporting their lowest takings in years, with visitor numbers well down on previous summers.
Jonty Messer reports.
It's been a good day for team GB on the water off Weymouth and Portland today [Thursday] but some businesses there say the Olympics haven't given them the boost they'd hoped for.
This time last year one hotel was advertising rooms for between £163 and £300.Today, it's only charging half that. Rachel Hepworth reports.