Quizzers from Royston businesses, clubs and societies are invited to get together in teams of four to six people to take part in a quiz night organised by the town’s Chamber of Commerce.
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Organisers of the Knebworth Proms weekend have named their charity partner for this summer’s concerts.
Kickboxing students from Royston’s GMax Academy have had a dream training session with martial arts movie star Scott Adkins.
Residents at a Royston retirement complex have raised more than £600 for their charity of the year, Meldreth-based The MindEd Trust.
Royston’s hopes of a date at Twickenham in a few weeks ended with a home defeat to Croydon side Old Whitgiftians.
Meridian School’s Year 10 netball team have been crowned district champions for the second successive year.
Royston Youth U9 Colts have booked their place in the final of the Mid Herts Rural Minors League Divisional Cup.
Bassingbourn Judo Club have had two assistant instructors promoted.
Royston Golf Club’s seniors concluded their Friday Winter League with George Hopkins crowned overall winner ahead of Andy Forbes in second and Keith Cridland third.
The day splits for Standon Calling have been revealed and festival-goers can now get hold of day tickets for this summer’s spectacular.
A pair of childhood friends, from Melbourn and Cambridge, have got together to write a children’s book, which is now set to hit the shelves of a Cambridge bookshop.
A singer, musician and record producer from Hertfordshire has released her debut solo single today.
The English Touring Theatre have come to town with a production that captures all the joy of theatre and left the audience at The Cambridge Arts filled with delight and the sincerest appreciation.