Families have plenty to do in Coverack this half term week, with activities leading into the summer.

Jump starting the holidays, until June 2 Cornish Pisky Pals are running pisky trails in Coverack village, where you can enjoy the scenery while searching for the mischievous piskies hiding away.

The trails are £2 with funds supporting Coverack School and Coverack Space 2000.

A separate pisky trail, with two routes available, will run at nearby Roskilly's Farm this weekend (May 31 and June 1) between 11.30am and 3pm. All returned trails get a Cornish Pisky Pal sticker and will be entered into a prize draw.

Continuing the charitable theme, Dan Beadle has organised a “Duck Race for the Defibrillator” event on Coverack Beach tomorrow, Wednesday at 11am.

Visitors are invited to buy a duck from outside St Peter's Hall from 10.15am, personalise and decorate it, and then join the race across the finish line, with all proceeds going towards purchasing a new defibrillator.

Later, at 8pm, a quiz night is taking place at The Paris.

Dr Gillian Ashworth and Peter Wood will be leading a wild flower walk along Goonhilly Downs on Thursday, starting at 1.30pm in the Goonhilly Nature Reserve Car Park.

In the evening Stone Hearted Mama will place at Roskilly's Farm from 7pm.

The week will end on Friday with a concert by Cornwall local quartet the Buccas Four at 7.30pm in Ponsongath Chapel.