Just two people applied to become Herts’ new chief constable, and only one was interviewed – despite a recruitment consultant’s recommendation that both be considered.
The candidates for the Melbourn Parish Council by-election have been announced today.
Some seriously tough competitors made their way to the Wimpole Estate at the weekend to take on the gruelling Bear Grylls Survival Race.
A thrill-seeking trio from Royston are to take on a 127m abseil to raise money for Parkinson’s UK – and are asking others to sign up and support the cause.
Students at Melbourn Village College are celebrating a strong set of results and improvement with 74 per cent of students achieving A*-C in English and maths.
Luke Mossey is confident he can grab another podium finish at round eight of the British Superbikes Championship at Cadwell Park, Lincolnshire, this weekend.
Martin Leary believes Junior One South promotion is a ‘huge step towards putting Royston Cricket Club back on the cricketing map’.
Royston Town were dumped out of the FA Cup by an on-song Heybridge Swifts 4-1 in the preliminary round at Garden Walk on Saturday.
The first and second round draws of the Herts Senior Challenge Cup has been made and there are some very tasty ties among them.
Skipper Scott Bridges’ red card for a lunge on Potters Bar Town’s Ashley Nathaniel-George with 13 minutes to go was the highlight of a frustrating Tuesday evening of Southern League Division One Central action at Garden Walk.
Two drama school graduates, who share a passion for creating theatre and working with youngsters, are putting the two together as start their own children’s drama school in Royston.
A harmonic acoustic band featuring guitar, fiddle, viola and mandolin, will be gracing the stage at The Old Bull Inn in the High Street for Royston Folk Club’s Showcase tonight.
It’s not an easy job sending up Shakespeare. People must have been doing it for the past 400 years. But the cast this week at Cambridge Arts Theatre run away with it.
For those who still had some energy left on the third day of the festival, Blazin’ Fiddles put on a riotous ceilidh for those in the tent covering the main stage on Sunday afternoon.
What distinguishes Cambridge Folk Festival is that all the musicians are virtuoso.
Letchworth Garden City