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A car caught fire on the A505 between Baldock and Royston this morning.

Charitable members of the Royston community are gearing up to run the the London Marathon this weekend in aid of good causes.

Do you have relatives from Royston who served in the First World War? Then town researchers would love to hear from you – and record any stories or material you might hold – for a new exhibition.

There are currently delays on the Great Northern line due to signal failure between Hitchin and Cambridge.

A music evening with a twist is taking part this weekend in Litlington Village Hall.

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Royston’s Luke Mossey had a challenging few days at Brands Hatch for round two of the British Superbike Championship.

An England World Cup winner has praised Royston Rugby Club’s success in gaining promotion.

Royston Rugby Club secured promotion after a dominant display against Hendon saw them win 62-0 in Herts Middlesex One.

Royston-rider Luke Mossey got his 2018 Bennetts British Superbike Championship campaign off to a solid start over the Easter weekend, leaving the East Midlands fifth in the standings.

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Everything that opera can do is here. English Touring Opera’s double bill of short Puccini operas, which reached Cambridge Arts Theatre this week (April 16-21) included the tragic Il Tabarro (the cloak) and the comic opera Gianni Schicchi named after a character who deceives all the others to do a good deed.

Do you have relatives from Royston who served in the First World War? Then town researchers would love to hear from you – and record any stories or material you might hold – for a new exhibition.

A music evening with a twist is taking part this weekend in Litlington Village Hall.

There may be a more amusing version of The Marriage of Figaro than this one from English Touring Opera, but I haven’t seen it and don’t expect to. This ingenious English translation by Jeremy Sams rhymes and it’s cheeky. When Antonio, the gardener describes seeing a man fall out a woman’s bedroom window and he’s asked where the is man now, he sings: “I don’t know, he buggered off.”

More than 240 independent record stores across the UK will be celebrating Record Store Day on Saturday – including shops in Hitchin, Baldock and Letchworth.

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