Campaigners in Reed are launching a new fundraising effort in preparation for the next phase of their fight to prevent their Grade-II village pub being turned permanently into a house.
The team at an animal charity in Heydon were delighted to receive a donation of equipment from a Shepreth business, ahead of the shelter’s biggest day of the year.
Members of the newly-formed Royston & Villages Rail Users Group met with officials from Great Northern operator Govia Thameslink last week for a meeting regarding proposed timetable changes from 2018.
Freman College’s sixth form students and their teachers are celebrating another set of outstanding results with some of the college’s “highest A-level grades ever”.
Students at Royston’s Meridian Sixth Form College have been praised for their “brilliant” performances after receiving their A-level results this morning.
Thieves broke into the grounds of a Royston school at the weekend and stole chainsaws and gardening equipment.
A Bassingbourn woman with an intellectual disability has fought off tough competition – and her own personal challenges – to take gold at the Special Olympics dressage event in Sheffield.
Police officers in North Herts are to carry out targeted patrols to deter offenders from hare coursing.
Business owners in South Cambs could soon be receiving financial relief – to the tune of £1,200 on average – if a new policy surrounding business rates is approved next week.
The Meldreth community headed to the grand opening of the village’s new tennis courts – after more than £62,000 was served up for the refurbishment.
An early-morning train from Royston to London has today been involved in a low-speed crash at King’s Cross station.
An author, who lived in Germany, Canada and the USA before settling in South Cambs, has been invited to Royston’s district museum to give a special reading of her children’s book.
If you’re looking for a fun day out for all the family, the organisers of this year’s bank holiday Ashwell Show say there will be something for everyone.
Roadworks are to begin in Royston town centre next month, with road closures in place for up to six weeks while improvements are made.
A community group has registered their intention to bid for a Guilden Morden pub after the current owner chose to sell.
A keen tennis player from Meldreth has raised more than £60,000 with the help of the community to revamp tennis courts in the village.
A Bassingbourn teenager who was diagnosed with a confidence-shattering spinal condition as a child has overcome her struggles to pursue her singing dream.
The manager of an Indian restaurant in Bassingbourn-cum-Kneesworth has continued to pledge his support for the village cricket team with a free meal for them and their visiting opponents from Liverpool.
Members of the Guilden Morden community have been given a lifeline in their fight to restore their village pub.
A community stalwart who was an active member of Ashwell for many years has sadly passed away aged 73.
A new date has been announced for Barkway’s B in the Park – which was called off last month due to bad weather.
The Tiger Day celebration at Shepreth Wildlife Park on Friday raised more than £2,000 and was deemed a “roaring success”.
Phone network operator EE has now got to work rectifying the signal problems which have blighted customers’ phone use in Royston and surrounding villages for “months”.
Car enthusiasts from far and wide drove their Minis to Meldreth at the weekend for a rally that raised a whopping £2,600 for charity.
A huge orange octopus was one of the strange creatures seen flying over Therfield Heath on Sunday at the Royston Charity Kite Festival.
Farmers in South Cambs are being urged to paint their industrial batteries pink and mark them with postcodes as part of a police crackdown on thefts.
Work to repair a barrier on the M11 near Duxford means lane closures and a reduced speed limit for the next five nights – starting this evening.
Residents at a Royston care home went back in time last weekend, when they enjoyed a 1940s-style fete.
Caldecote’s redundant church has played host to a quilters’ exhibition showcasing intricate patchwork designs that wowed the crowd.
The team at a Royston barbers held their third annual charity golf day last week – and raised £20,000 for a two-year-old boy with cancer.