Truro Magistrates' Court closes after roof collapse

Truro Magistrates' Court The roof of Truro Magistrates' Court was being repaired when it collapsed following heavy rain

A court has been closed after part of its roof collapsed following heavy rain.

The roof of Truro Magistrates' Court, which was in the process of being repaired, partly collapsed on Monday.

Criminal cases have been transferred to other courts and tribunals have been postponed, a spokesperson from the HM Courts & Tribunals Service said.

It is not known when the court will reopen.

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