Taunton's Deborah Criddle and her gold-medal winning equestrian team-mates are to feature on a new postage stamp.
Royal Mail has produced a stamp to honour Criddle, Sophie Christiansen, Lee Pearson and Sophie Wells. It will be available in Post Offices across the country tomorrow.
A post box in Criddle's home village of Trull near Taunton is also being painted gold this morning.
Dorchester's Paul Blake has won a bronze medal. The runner came third in the final of the 800 metre T36.
A post box in Portland will be painted gold tomorrow in honour of Helena Lucas finishing first in the Single-Person Keelboat, 2.4mR. Royal Mail has also issued a commemorative stamp.
Medals were awarded based on race 10 as today's sailing was cancelled due to a lack of wind.
Cornish swimmer Jonathan Fox has missed out on winning his second medal at the Paralympic Games.
Fox, who won gold in the S7 100metres backstroke last week, came fourth in tonight's final of the S7 400metres freestyle. The race was won by Britain's Josef Craig.
From scouring twenty five square miles of sea bed for explosives, to simply pointing people in the right direction, the military and emergency services did it all during the sailing events in Weymouth.
As the Paralympics finals take place this week the services have been reviewing their mammoth security operation during the games as Richard Lawrence reports.
There was disappointment for Truro's Matt Whorwood in the pool this morning. The 22-year-old failed to qualify for tonight's 100 metre Breaststroke SB6 final after coming last in his heat.
Jonathan Fox from Cornwall came 6th in last night's final of the 50m S7 freestyle event.
The swimmer was a favourite after winning a gold medal in the 100 metres backstroke last week.
Dorchester's Paul Blake won silver in the Men's T36 400m final. It's his first Paralympic games and he crossed the line behind Russian athlete, Evgenii Shvetcov who set a new world record.
The 22-year-old son of a Star Wars actor and ballet dancer ran a new personal best of 54.22 seconds.
Cornish swimmer Jonathan Fox has made it through to the 50 metre freestyle S7 final.
The 21-year-old, who won a gold medal in the 100 metres backstroke last week, finished fourth in this morning's heat.
But there was disappointment for Truro's Matt Whorwood, who failed to qualify for the 50 metre freestyle S6 final.
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