A children’s trail has returned to Helston town centre this half-term after proving popular in early April.

The Cornish Pisky Pals will run until Tuesday, June 3, with support from Shirley Moralee from Helston Business Improvement Partnership, with a new route and a new mystery phrase to be discovered.

Caroline Beadle, organiser of the trail, said: “This is the second Cornish Pisky Pals Helston Pisky Trail, and HBIP and the Helston businesses themselves have been really supportive and encouraging. Helston is our local town and it is so positive to link in with local businesses and get people looking more closely and enjoying Helston.”

The trails, which cost £2, are available from Cup & Cake in Meneage Street, and following the directions children can explore Helston looking for the tiny piskies hiding in the various shops and businesses.

When the names of the piskies are written in order, the first letters will spell out a mystery phrase, and by returning the completed trail to Cup & Cake participants will get a Cornish Pisky Pal sticker and entry into the prize draw.