The manager of a Royston market stall at risk of closure has said while she is pleased more people are buying things off the stall, cooks are still needed.
Get ready for a toe-tapping evening of top music, courtesy of Royston’s very own swing band.
A charity which helps families in crisis in Royston and South Cambs is to benefit from funds donated by the Co-op.
The first ever Barrington Flower Festival is to take place in the village this weekend.
Meldreth is set to host their annual village fete this weekend – where there will be plenty of family-friendly fun, including a tug-of-war match with the South Cambs MP.
The astounding response to the Grenfell Tower fire appeal set up by a Royston man at his Flint Cross business, saw five lorries and six vans full of supplies head to London to help victims.
A young Royston dancer fought off tough competition to win the regional finals of this year’s All England Dance competition.
A Melbourn couple who have celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary put their longevity down to sticking by each other through times of crisis which ‘has made their marriage stronger’.
An artist from Abington Pigotts has been nominated for a prestigious £10,000 art award for her work on wildlife.
Slimmers from Royston and the surrounding areas were over the moon to raise thousands of pounds for Cancer Research UK by giving up clothes that no longer fit them.
Fundraisers are getting ready for the Royston in Blue fun run this weekend – and there is still time to grab your racing shoes and take part.
Melbourn played host to a celebration of literature, drama, music and all creative arts at the third annual Bloomsday festival last week in support of charity WaterAid.
Children in Royston will now be able to play in a revamped park after the all-new Serby Avenue play area was unveiled today at an official ceremony.
The organiser of a fundraising dog walk across Therfield Heath on Sunday has cancelled the trek due to risk she says the hot weather could pose to the animals.
Members of Melbourn Village College’s running club helped raise money for a children’s charity in Thriplow at the weekend.
There is a fundraising coffee and cake morning coming up in Arrington this weekend in aid of two cancer causes at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge.
Staff at a removal firm near Royston have said the response to their appeal – to help those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire in West London – has been incredible.
A group of school friends from Bassingbourn are to take on a 100km ultra challenge to raise funds for causes close to their hearts.
A geography teacher and Duke of Edinburgh award leader in Bassingbourn has visited Buckingham Palace to receive her own ‘gold’ award.
Students from Melbourn Village College have enjoyed an action-packed trip to Spain which combined language lessons, interaction with local students and a range of visits and activities.
Cambs police are encouraging people to take part in this year’s Ride to Work Day which promotes safe motorcycling as well as it being a fun, congestion busting and a sustainable transport option.
A Royston funeral directors is holding an open week for people in the community to find out more about the business.
Green-fingered villagers in Foxton are set to show off all their hard work at an outdoor fundraising event.
A Meldreth school for children with complex needs and its sister residential home for young adults with similar conditions are about to each undergo a major redevelopment.
The two Second World War shells found in what is believed to be King James I’s Old Palace hunting lodge in Royston earlier this afternoon are being detonated in open land nearby.
Two Second World War shells discovered in Royston this afternoon were found in the garden of King James’ I old hunting lodge, the Crow understands.
Two unexploded Second World War shells have been discovered in the back garden of a home in Royston town centre this afternoon.
The owners of a four-year-old West Highland terrier who was mauled by a dog in Royston on Friday evening have said they have been traumatised by the unprovoked attack.
A Royston market stall that has been going for almost 60 years is now six months away from closure – unless they can improve business and recruit more volunteers.
Police are investigating an incident in Guilden Morden at the weekend where valuable items were reported stolen from the home of an elderly couple.
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