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Rotarians visited two Royston care homes in the last week to help put up Christmas trees carrying on a tradition they started on the former wards of Royston Hospital.

Now that Royston & District Museum is back open, assistant Jenny Benton has two new exhibitions up and running.

Four long years after it closed, the Banyers reopened last week with a bang – and that was just to get the Prosecco flowing.

An Orwell fundraiser was thrilled to have raised nearly £400 organising a fete in aid of a children’s cancer programme.

The family of a 26-year-old Royston woman who died in a three-car crash on the A505 at Flint Cross on Tuesday have paid tribute to her, saying she was the ‘brightest and kindest of us all’.


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Super skipper Scott Bridges says it was a ‘special’ moment to grab both Royston Town goals in their 2-1 FA Trophy third qualifying round replay upset of National League South side Hampton & Richmond Borough at Garden Walk on Tuesday night.

Skipper Scott Bridges popped up with two priceless second-half strikes to fire Royston Town into the FA Trophy first round proper for the first time in their history after a famous 2-1 replay victory over Vanarama National League South side Hampton & Richmond at Garden Walk tonight (Tuesday).

At the end of the Southern League Division One Central season should Royston Town achieve their promotion ambition they may reflect on this come-from-behind 2-1 win at third-placed Kempston Rovers as a pivotal moment.

Royston’s men came from 4-0 down to beat Bishop’s Stortford 3rds 5-4 in a remarkable encounter in Division Five South West.

Steve Castle believes Saturday’s goalless FA Trophy draw at Vanarama National League South side Hampton & Richmond Borough has put Royston Town ‘on the map’.

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Dick Whittington, this year’s show at Cambridge Arts Theatre, written by Al Morley with the dame Matt Crosby, has panache and aplomb. It fizzes from the opening moments and keeps up the fast pace right to the end.

The audience was on its feet after the final notes of The Zurich Chamber Orchestra at Cambridge Corn Exchange with soloists Alison Balsom, trumpet and Gabriela Montero, piano.

People in South Cambs are in for a real treat next weekend as the Melbourn Amateur Dramatics Society are currently putting the finishing touches to their annual pantomime, and this year it’s Jack and the Beanstalk.

Meldreth is getting ready to rock with top music from Chase The Ace tonight.

A South Cambs gardening club is about to hit the national airwaves earning a spot on BBC Radio 4’s Gardeners’ Question Time.

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