Streets of Helston come alive

The famous Flora Day, which sees people of all ages dancing through the streets of Helston, gets under way.

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A chance to go behind the scenes at Shelterbox

The international aid charity, which is based in Helston, is opening its doors from 10 am today Credit: ITV News West Country

The international relief charity Shelterbox is holding an open day at its headquarters in Helston in Cornwall.

It's offering people a chance to see behind the scenes at the warehouse where its famous boxes are prepared.

They are sent to disaster zones across the world. This week volunteers have been busy packing special boxes designed to help Syrian refugee families in Lebanon prepare for the approaching winter. Find out more here

Some of the boxes that give the charity its name Credit: ITV News West Country

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Three men arrested on suspicion of fraud in connection to a Helston charity

Three men have been arrested on suspicion of committing fraud and money laundering offences in connection to a Helston-based charity.

A 62-year-old man from Helston, a 33-year-old man from Hayle and a 40-year-old man from Beaminster in Dorset were all arrested.

Three properties where the arrests took place have also been searched and items removed for analysis by detectives.

All three men have been bailed until December will police continue further police enquiries.

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Words of praise for brave Cornishwoman at Woolwich

Wayne Bulpitt, UK Chief Commissioner of the Scouting Association has praised Ingrid Loyau-Kennett following the events in Woolwich:

We are very proud of Scout volunteer Ingrid Loyau-Kennett for her calm and measured actions in very difficult circumstances. We are looking to make an award of bravery to her in the fullness of time to recognise her actions. At this time our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of the victim of this terrible crime.

– Wayne Bulpitt, UK Chief Commissioner of the Scouting Association
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Woman who confronted alleged attacker 'acted on instinct'

A woman who confronted one of the alleged attackers while he still had a knife in his hand spoke exclusively to Daybreak. Ingrid Loyau-Kennett was on a bus in Woolwich, but got off when she saw a man lying injured on a road. She says she was acting on instinct.

Watch Daybreak's exclusive interview with Ingrid Loyau-Kennett here.

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Ingrid Loyau-Kennett speaking to Daybreak Credit: ITV/Daybreak
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