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Yesterday, 17:40

For punters looking to purchase some Christmas gifts tonight, there will be late night shopping at No.3 in Melbourn Street.

Pete Stitt, Phil Jarman, Warren Timsley and Ricola Vyse

Staff at a Royston barbers shop have joined a nationwide haircutting collective united in its aim to remove the stigma surrounding male mental health.

Plans for a new community arts centre on the Meridian Upper School site in Royston have been unveiled

People are invited to share their thoughts on an exciting proposal to build a brand new arts centre in Royston.

Andy at his favourite ski resort, La Plagne.

The family of a former pub landlord and golf club manager who helped kick start the career of many local musicians has paid tribute to a man who ‘lived life to the full’.

Sir Oliver Heald called on Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt to intervene.

After putting pressure on the health secretary Jeremy Hunt to get the ball rolling, North East Herts MP Sir Oliver Heald confirmed this week that funding has been put in place to draw up a business case for the future of the Royston Hospital site.


Wed, 16:09

Jackie Field continued her dominance in the veteran women’s category claiming another first place at the Redgrave CX Eastern Cyclo-Cross League event.

Royston Golf Club's Mike Harrison (senior's captain), centre, club captain Ray Sammons and right, junior captain Matthew Bailey

Following their election at the club’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Thursday, Royston Golf Club welcomed their new captains last weekend with the traditional captain’s drive-in.

Football Stock Shots

Danny Price struck a brace as Bassingbourn beat rivals Foxton Reserves 2-0 to go joint second with Eaton Socon in the Cambridgeshire Newmarket Company 3A League.

Royston Tennis Club Men?s 1st team: Andy Holmes, Nathan O?Looney, Rupert Matthews and Chris Piggott

Royston Tennis Club men’s first team suffered a setback in their quest to secure the 2015 Cambridgeshire Winter League Division One title. They lost 6-2 to Fulbourn on Saturday in what was their first defeat of the season.

Scott Bridges in action for Royston

Having suffered a patchy month of results in league and cup, Steve Castle was relieved his side “got out of jail” with a late victory at second-bottom Leighton Town on Saturday.

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Yesterday, 17:30

Reportedly the biggest shopping day of the year, Black Friday will see shoppers stock up on Christmas gifts and electrical goods at a reduced price ahead of the festive season. Here we share the discounts on offer at Great British Life available 27 - 30 November 2015

Rising flute star Emma Halnan

It’s a homecoming for former Highfield pupil Emma as she returns to Letchworth for Christmas concert

Matt Damon is up against the odds in The Martian

It’s fair to say that intelligent sci-fi isn’t the default setting when the money men from Hollywood give the green light to a space epic.

Meridian Upper School production of Les Miserables - the cast on stage

A packed audience rose in acclaim as a talented cast took their final bow at Royston’s Meridian Upper School on Saturday night.

The monthly Unicorn ceilidh has a change of venue in Baldock for November

Anyone getting ready for the monthly Unicorn Ceilidh session in Baldock will have to double check where they are going on Friday, November 27.

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