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Youngsters in Royston got to take part in two Kiddies Carnival craft sessions at Royston and District Museum last week.

The parents of a one-year-old girl who died of blood cancer in 2010 said the fundraiser they held at the newly-renovated Royston Day Nursery was very emotional.

Visitors were wowed by some blooming good displays on Saturday at the Fowlmere and Thriplow Gardening Club’s annual show.

A baby was among three people hurt in a crash off the A505 near Ashwell yesterday evening.

There are fresh calls to make the A1198 safer after the deaths of a nine-year-old boy and a 38-year-old year woman in a crash near Bassingbourn.


Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Luke Mossey says he will put his catastrophic British Superbike Championship race weekend at Donington Park behind him as he looks to chase down his title rivals.

Goals from Grace Leslie, Paris Coldicott-Stevens and Sammy Tinsley ensured Royston Town Ladies’ passage into the FA Cup third qualifying round, beating Colney Heath 3-1 on the road.

Royston suffered their first defeat of the season with a slender 16-14 loss to St Albans-based Verulamians at the Heath on Saturday.

Luke Mossey and the Quattro Plant TECcare Kawasaki team will be fighting for the title at Donington Park this weekend in round 10 of the MCE British Superbike Championship (BSB).

Will Dacey notched 20 points as Royston got the new season off to a winning start with a convincing victory at Saracens Amateurs on Saturday.

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Tuesday, September 20, 2016
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The Harmony in Harlem band at the Royston Fringe put on a show of toe-tapping entertainment as part of the Royston Arts Festival on Saturday.

With just four days to go until this year’s Royston Arts Festival, there certainly is a buzz in the air.

A Swedish artist residing near Royston is to have her work displayed at an exhibition at Burloes Farm Studios as part of Herts Open Studios 2016, a county-wide event which gives the public the chance to visit artists and find out about their ideas, inspiration and methods.

A mum from Barrington has founded a project organising more than 100 charity concerts up and down the country to support homeless people – and it all started at her kitchen table.

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