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Campaigners hoping to save Grade II-listed the Cabinet pub in Reed attended another pop-up pub night last weekend – fresh off the back of a village survey showing strong support for the pub to be reinstated.

A police dog hunting offenders who fled from officers near Ashwell last night uncovered items linking those responsible to the crime.

All lines have now reopened at Stevenage after a person sadly died when struck by a train at the station this morning.

Royston residents of an area that will neighbour a new housing development are concerned an access route to the homes will cause an influx of traffic in an already busy street.

British Transport Police have confirmed that a person was pronounced dead at the scene after being struck by a train at Stevenage railway station this morning.

Sport

Thu, 13:00

Royston Town boss Steve Castle says he relishes the Crows’ underdog status as their 4-1 win away to Frome Town on Saturday propelled them into a play-off spot.

Garden Walk witnessed ‘ugly’ scenes that overshadowed a 4-3 triumph by Royston Town over high-flying Kettering Town on Saturday in the Evo-Stik Southern Premier League.

Royston Ladies Rugby Club mauled St Neots Ladies 91-0 on the heath at the weekend.

With only two months to go until the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games begin in April, Team England has selected 13 divers who will compete for ‘Team and Country’ in Australia – including Meldreth’s Dan Goodfellow.

Royston Town bounced back with a 2-1 win over St Neots Town last Tuesday, setting themselves up for five critical Evo-Stik Southern Premier League matches.

What's On

Fri, 08:17
Cambridge

This is an elegant production of an elegant play. It’s very funny and it’s very French. At around 90 minutes with no interval, Art by Yasmina Reza has three actors on stage the whole time and it’s quick fire debate.

A young artist’s work is being showcased on home turf in her first solo exhibition, held at Royston & District Museum and Art Gallery.

The line-up for this summer’s Cool Britannia Festival at Knebworth Park has just got bigger.

When writer James Graham first offered National Theatre director Jeremy Herrin a play set in Parliament, Herrin said: “Have you got anything else?”

Twenty-two years after the original Robin Williams film comes the sequel to 1995’s Jumanji.

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