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More details on the proposals which would see Greneway, Roysia and Meridian schools in Royston merged into one through school for children aged nine to 18 have been released, as the consultation opens today.

A group of men have been arrested for allegedly handling stolen goods in Royston town centre.

Proposals which would see several South Cambs villages move to a new Letchworth and Royston parliamentary constituency are now under consultation for the last time.

North Herts District Council has confirmed that residents paying a £40 ‘bin tax’ for collecting garden waste will not be subsidising similar collections in East Herts.

North Herts District Council’s decision to introduce a £40 annual charge for garden waste collection has not been matched by East Herts Council – partners in the joint waste disposal contract set to start in May.

Sport

Tue, 13:14

Talented Royston racer Sam Tomlinson has ended ninth in his debut season competing in the Lotus Elise Championship.

Royston rider Luke Mossey will want to put the final round of the 2017 British Superbike season behind him, following disappointing race results at Brands Hatch.

Read Royston Town boss Steve Castle’s thoughts after his Crows team beat St Ives 2-1 in derby at Garden Walk.

Royston Town sealed a gritty 2-1 win over St Ives Town on Tuesday night thanks to Adam Marriott’s brace.

British Superbike rider Luke Mossey is entering the final race weekend of the BSB Championship with one aim – taking a trophy back home to Royston.

After a phenomenal start to the season, the North Herts rider was sitting top of the championship.

What's On

Tue, 11:23
Royston

There is lots going on in Royston and the surrounding villages to keep your youngsters busy all half term long.

This play is a masterpiece immaculately performed. I started from the beginning writing down the witty lines, until I realised, I had filled half a notebook. My pen never left the page.

Dancing Queens and Super Troupers can Take a Chance on a leading ABBA tribute show in Stevenage on Bonfire Night.

It was always assumed that this beautifully written play was inspired by the life of the cellist Jacqueline du Pre who was struck down by multiple sclerosis and lost all that was dear to her. But in the programme for this latest, masterful production at Cambridge Arts Theatre, writer Tom Kempinski says it is actually a metaphor for his own life.

For those wanting a toe-tapping evening of entertainment in a grand setting, the Wimpole Estate has just the event.

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