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Police have launched an appeal for witnesses to come forward after around 60 air weapons were stolen in a Bassingbourn burglary.

Police in Beds, Herts and Cambs will now have the benefit of a new HGV cab to help catch motorists who use their mobile phones while behind the wheel.

A car has broken down near the Weston Hills tunnel on the A505 this morning.

The East and North Herts NHS Trust’s carers lead and enhanced care team have both been shortlisted for top national nursing awards.

It’s not too late to get a ticket for The Pride of Royston Talent Show, which will see acts take to the stage tomorrow night.


Thursday, February 23, 2017

Steve Castle’s Royston Town moved eight points clear of second-placed Farnborough in Southern League Division One Central with a fine come-from-behind 4-1 victory at Ashford Town (Middlesex) on Tuesday night.

Mick Jones says Royston are not looking beyond Saturday’s London & SE Junior Vase semi-final clash with Essex League One side Maldon despite a potential trip to Twickenham looming on the horizon.

Goals from Matt Nolan and Josh Castiglione helped leaders Royston Town to a fifth successive Southern League Division One Central victory, beating third-placed Marlow 2-0 on Saturday.

Steve Castle’s Royston Town remain five points ahead of Farnborough at the top of Southern League Division One Central after a dominant win over bottom Petersfield Town.

The 24-year-old sensation from Royston may not have a race win under his belt after two terms in the championship, but he is gunning for glory from the first race weekend at Donington Park on March 31.

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Friday, February 24, 2017

It’s not too late to get a ticket for The Pride of Royston Talent Show, which will see acts take to the stage tomorrow night.

Alison Balsom plays music with every cell of her and inspires others to do the same.

Cambridge’s legendary classic rock and metal night, the Church of Noise, has a charity night in March on Saturday, March 18 at the city’s Cornerhouse venue, for the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), which works to prevent male suicides.

The Richard Alston Dance Company returned to Cambridge Arts Theatre with four pieces inspired by an eclectic range of music, ranging from Benjamin Britten’s setting of Friedrich Holderlin’s poetry, to contemporary Romany music with a drum ‘n bass beat.

In an intriguing combination of science and art, a robot took to the stage at Cambridge Junction.

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