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A 17-year-old from Royston says a charity sleep out challenge she tackled with friends made her reflect on the constant dangers that homeless people face.

The new free Beacon service aims to get the best support to those who need it most

A brand new service for victims of crime in Hertfordshire which aims to offer better support for those who need it most will be launched next week.

Mary Berry

If you’re bonkers about baking, remember that the grand dame of all things cake will be chatting about her latest book at Letchworth’s Broadway Cinema next Thursday, April 2.

Christine Knight.

The final decision on whether to build a food recycling plant in Shepreth has been postponed by South Cambridgeshire District Council due to strength of opposition to the controversial scheme.

The inquest was heard at The Old Courthouse in Hatfield.

A 20-year-old motorcyclist died after his speeding motorbike smashed into the back of a van turning out of a driveway, an inquest heard yesterday.

Sport

Yesterday, 15:57

Stevenage youngster Fejiri Okenabirhie has joined Southern League side Royston Town on a youth loan until the end of the season.

Golf stock

Royston Golf Club’s Senior Winter League championship was won by Andy Forbes on Friday.

Harley Pell Cycle Club Ashwell

Cycle Club Ashwell’s Harley Pell continued her superb form to finish second in round two of the Mud, Sweat and Gears Eastern Series event at Carver Barracks, near Saffron Walden.

Greneway Year 7 Basketball team

Greneway Middle School’s Year 7 basketball side were crowned champions at the age level in North Herts after beating Hitchin Boys’ Year 7 pupils 53-37 at Letchworth’s St Christopher School.

Tennis racket and balls

Royston Tennis Club’s veterans’ teams produced two excellent results over the weekend.

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Yesterday, 21:29

If you’re bonkers about baking, remember that the grand dame of all things cake will be chatting about her latest book at Letchworth’s Broadway Cinema next Thursday, April 2.

Titus Andronicus

You may need to look away now at certain points when one of the Bard’s bloodiest plays is splattered across local cinema screens.

The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

One of the standout successes of ‘grey pound’ cinema was such a box office hit that a sequel was a certainty – and now it’s arrived, Royston Picture Palace has set aside an entire weekend to satisfy demand for tickets.

Ceilidh music

You’ll be tapping your feet when the Hosepipe Band provides the music at the latest Unicorn Ceilidh gathering at Baldock Arts and Heritage Centre on Friday.

Easter chicks

An Easter event which aims to be a winner with crafty kids this weekend will also be providing a welcome boost for the Garden House Hospice.

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