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Cornish man found dead at festival

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Police are investigating the death of a 26 year-old man from Cornwall at a music festival.

The man, who hasn't been named, was at the Creamfields festival in Cheshire.

Officers were called to one of the festival's campsites on Friday (26th August) after concerns for a man's safety.

Police say he's yet to be formally identified and that they're awaiting results of a post mortem to establish the cause of death.

Cheshire police today (Saturday) released a statement urging people to enjoy the festival safely.

Officers continue to take positive action against those who risk others’ lives by attempting to bring illegal drugs onto site. The Constabulary wants to remind people that drug supply at Creamfields will not be tolerated, and officers will take robust action where necessary.

– Cheshire Police

Shelterbox head to Italy after deadly earthquake

Severe earthquake hits Italy Credit: Reuters

Cornish Charity Shelterbox say they are preparing to travel to Italy after parts of the country was devastated by a 6.2 magnitude earthquake.

Dozens are feared dead after the quake stuck in the early hours of the morning near the city of Perugia.

Shelterbox provides emergency shelter and tools for families affected by disasters across the world.

Italy earthquake: latest on the desperate hunt for survivors.

Helen Glover gets a gold surprise

Cornwall's rowing star Helen Glover has had an 'amazing surprise' after returning home following her Olympic victory. The gold medallist took to twitter after finding a gold postbox- apparently painted by her neighbours.

During the London Olympics and paralympics in 2012, the Royal Mail painted post boxes gold to to celebrate every Team GB and ParalympicsGB gold medal.


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