Cornish village selects new town crier


A village in Cornwall has held a competition to find a new town crier.

Millbrook, in south east Cornwall, has been without a crier for years, but the community decided to re-instate the position.

Clive O'Shaughnessy, from the village, was chosen as the successful crier, with Geraldine Pickett, from Cawsand, as his deputy.

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