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Fund for sports clubs hit by storms

Sports clubs which have suffered damage in the recent bad weather are being encouraged to apply to a new fund to help with repairs.

The stand at Truro City Foootball Club was badly damaged by high winds - they''ll be applying for money to help repair it, as Bob Constantine reports.



TRAINS: Reduced service between Falmouth and Truro

There's a reduced service on First Great Western trains between Falmouth Docks and Truro due to staff shortages.

Tickets are being accepted on First Devon and Cornwall bus services. Fewer trains are running with some trains being cancelled and replaced by buses.

Buses will replace all trains after 8pm tonight. Tickets accepted on bus route 88.

Truro becomes City of Lights

Thousands of people watched the annual City of Lights parade in Truro last night.

Now in its 17th year, it attracted people from across Cornwall for a procession of giant lanterns handmade by hundreds of local schoolchildren.

It also marked the beginning of the city's festive celebrations.

Police name Feock stab victim

The couple's house in Feock. Credit: ITV News West Country

Police in Cornwall have confirmed that a man found stabbed to death near Truro is that of family doctor Gary Hughes.

The body of Dr Hughes was discovered at his home in the village of Feock early yesterday.

His wife Marion is being treated at the Royal Cornwall Hospital for minor injuries.

Police say they're not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident.

Wife questioned after man stabbed in Feock

Wife questioned after man stabbed in Feock Credit: ITV News West Country

The wife of a sixty year old man found dead with stab wounds at his home near Truro is being questioned by police on suspicion of murder.

The man was pronounced dead at the scene in the village of Feock earlier today.

He's been named locally as Gareth Hughes, a GP. His wife Marion is being treated in hospital for minor injuries.

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