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Yesterday, 18:33

The woman tipped to temporarily take the reins at the region’s ambulance trust when the service’s chief executive steps down has a history of turning around a failing hospital.

The team from a Melbourn salon and their friends have abseiled 300ft down a London tower to raise money for the National Autistic Society.

Melbourn Village College has taken part in the annual Make Your Mark ballot, the largest consultation of young people in the country.

Major problems with our hospital trust’s phone lines means patients are struggling to get through, with one patient put on hold for more than two hours.

“Don’t ignore hate – report it.” That is the message that pupils from across Hertfordshire heard at an event marking National Hate Crime Awareness Week.


Yesterday, 18:36

Royston Town boss Steve Castle said celebrations after James Potton’s last-gasp wonder-strike are impossible to replicate, as the Crows snatched a 1-0 win over Banbury United on Saturday.

Read Toby Miles’ player ratings as Royston Town overpowered St Neots Town for a 5-0 derby victory at Garden Walk.

Royston Town sunk St Neots Town 5-0 at Garden Walk on Saturday with a convincing victory.

A former Royston Cricket Club colt has been snapped up by County Championship county Essex.

Royston Town boss Steve Castle has said the Crows can catch the two sides above them ahead of their top four clash at Stourbridge on Saturday.

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Yesterday, 10:00

A play based on the hit film - Shakespeare in Love - is showing at the Cambridge Arts Theatre in November.

As autumn approaches and this year’s long hot summer fades, preparations are underway for bonfire night in Cambridge.

Caro Emerald returned to Cambridge to a sell-out audience on Friday night, October 19, with many fans hoping this tour would also bring a new album. However, understanding that the arrival of a second daughter for Emerald in 2017 was more important, most were simply happy to see her return to the live stage to enjoy her uplifting music.

Two Hitchin-based charities are set to benefit from a volunteer amateur dramatics society’s annual show.

“My yesterdays have disappeared, my tomorrows are uncertain, but I have today.” So says Alice, a Harvard professor diagnosed aged 50 with early onset dementia as she gives a lecture on what it is like when the person you once were is fading away and you know it is happening.

“I miss my used-to-be self”, she says. This is the third play about Alzheimer’s at Cambridge Arts Theatre and the second this year but by far the most moving.

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