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Yesterday, 17:53

The winners of the Royston Pirate Day fancy dress contest have been presented with their prizes for the being the best dressed pirates.

Officers were called to a disused pub in Barley yesterday morning following reports it had been turned into a cannabis factory.

Police and the ambulance service have confirmed that a woman died in Royston this morning after they responded to a report she had collapsed and wasn’t breathing.

Older people in Royston have been celebrated by the town’s council, who invited them to a free showing of an iconic film at the weekend.

Ten unaccompanied Ethiopian and Eritrean girls have arrived in Herts from the Jungle migrant camp in Calais, and are now with foster carers across the county.


Yesterday, 16:37

Steve Castle was full of praise for in-form hitman John Frendo after he notched Royston Town’s only goal in their 1-0 Southern League Division One Central victory at AFC Dunstable on Tuesday night.

Greneway Middle School’s Year 7 boys kept up their unbeaten start to the season as they defeated Robert Bloomfield School 2-1 to advance to the National U12 Cup third round.

Melbourn remain on top of the Cambridgeshire Mead & Plant Division Three A table after a nail-biting 4-3 win at Cherry Hinton A on Saturday.

As part of the town twinning event from Großalmerode at the weekend, several of the German town’s archers visited England and made contact with Royston Heath Archery Club.

Geoff Russell has set two new British records at Astley Park, Chorley, Lancashire.

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Friday, October 21, 2016

Hallowe’en is fast approaching so what better way to spend the spooky season than by going along to a series of events hosted by Royston’s resident ghost hunter Damien O’Dell.

The Greeks had a word for it – and that was phenomenal. Once again, the Cambridge students have played a blinder.

A music gig in Royston last weekend billed as ‘Not Just A Sunday Afternoon Music Concert’ certainly delivered its promise.

Royston Cave will feature in the first episode of a new show fronted by Tony Robinson tomorrow evening.

An afternoon of music and poetry is to take place in Royston this weekend in aid of the Trinity Life Church.

If you’re looking to buy a used Volkswagen, now’s the time to do it.

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