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A trio of Meldreth pupils has met the Greater Cambridge Partnership Board, to promote the Melbourn to Royston cycle/walking link.

Pupils at Therfield First School have taken part in their Gift of Giving project – which is now an annual tradition.

Police have released CCTV images of a woman they would like to speak to as part of enquiries following an incident of shoplifting in Royston yesterday afternoon.

The great nephew of a First World War soldier who lived in Shepreth and Fowlmere before settling in Belgium has spoken about his “tremendous” uncle – whose longing for home-soil creature comforts saw him brew his own now-famous beer weeks before the armistice.

Royston railway station now has an automated external defibrillator thanks to a collaboration between several agencies in the town and further afield.

Sport

Read Toby Miles’ player ratings as Royston Town overpowered St Neots Town for a 5-0 derby victory at Garden Walk.

Royston Town sunk St Neots Town 5-0 at Garden Walk on Saturday with a convincing victory.

A former Royston Cricket Club colt has been snapped up by County Championship county Essex.

Royston Town boss Steve Castle has said the Crows can catch the two sides above them ahead of their top four clash at Stourbridge on Saturday.

Royston Rugby Club have earned their first win of the season as Finchley were dispatched 42-10 on Saturday.

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Tue, 23:06

“My yesterdays have disappeared, my tomorrows are uncertain, but I have today.” So says Alice, a Harvard professor diagnosed aged 50 with early onset dementia as she gives a lecture on what it is like when the person you once were is fading away and you know it is happening.

“I miss my used-to-be self”, she says. This is the third play about Alzheimer’s at Cambridge Arts Theatre and the second this year but by far the most moving.

Lady Constance Lytton was the daughter of a Viceroy of India, born in 1869, so an archetypal, upper class, Victorian young woman.

A thought-provoking theatre production which considers greed and the global economy is coming up at Cambridge Junction.

Pirates sailed into Royston on Saturday for the fifth installment of the annual nautical fun day organised by Royston First.

As Raymond, the savant would say: This is definitely the best play at Cambridge Arts Theatre this year. Definitely the best play....

The first night audience at the venue stood up to applaud and Cambridge audiences rarely give anyone a standing ovation, I say rarely, I mean never.

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