Bomb disposal experts have been called to a field near Newquay after the discovery of a World War Two bomb.
Roads were closed after a team of specialist ammunition workers found the bomb while they were clearing a field with South West Water staff near the St Ev-al kart circuit. It's expected that a controlled explosion will be carried out at the scene tomorrow morning.
We spoke to Lee Andrews, a specialist in battlefield clearance.
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