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During their weekly enrichment lessons Year 4 children at Tannery Drift First School have been reminding themselves about the significance of Armistice Day and have joined a national scheme to plant a ‘ribbon of poppies’ across the country.

Hertfordshire’s overall economic position relative to other areas remains strong with high rates of economic participation, low unemployment, a comparatively well skilled workforce and a growing enterprise base. But there are still some major challenges ahead to meet the demand for skills in a tightening labour market.

The Meldreth community has been busy preparing for this year’s Christmas Tree Festival – and the time is almost here for them to show off their work.

A 500-year-old barn in Chrishall is set to be saved from collapse as funding has now been granted after a six-year fight from the community.

Photographer Neville Chuck put himself in the picture when he talked about his long career with the Crow to members of Royston’s University of the Third Age on Tuesday last week.

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Part Two of our special feature on talented Royston rider Luke Mosseey as Layth Yousif paid a visit to the British Superbike rider Luke Mossey at his home in the town to learn more about the star.

Layth Yousif paid a visit to Royston’s British Superbike rider Luke Mossey at his home in the town to catch up with the rising star.

Royston Town manager Steve Castle says there is an offer on the table for Scott Thomas and it is up to the player whether he signs it or not.

‘Awesome’ Adam Murray grabbed a 93rd minute winner to send 10-man Royston through to the FA Trophy third qualifying round after coming from behind to beat Leatherhead 3-2 on Saturday.

FA Trophy heroes Potters Bar Town will be on their travels again – if they can get past Hereford in their replay.

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Yesterday, 12:51
Christmas

The Meldreth community has been busy preparing for this year’s Christmas Tree Festival – and the time is almost here for them to show off their work.

The title of this play will mean something immediately to anyone who knows about addiction. To recover, you need to stay away from the people who might encourage you to relapse, the places you go to get high and the things that are triggers.

Rehearsals are well under way for the Melbourn Amateur Dramatics Society’s next production, Sleeping Beauty.

The first line-up announcement for a Hertfordshire music festival will be made at a special Christmas party being held next month.

A magnificently macabre musical is coming to Royston’s Meridian School next weekend.

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