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Herbie's in Melbourn

The owner of an American bar and grill in Melbourn which relocated because the rent was too high is inviting people to check out his new place in Swavesey.

The French pupils enjoyed their visit to Bassingbourn Village College.

A group of French teenagers descended on Bassingbourn Village College to get a taste of what goes on in an English school.

Thomas Hannifin has been sentenced to 15 years and two months in prison.

A man who targeted the elderly in a string of distraction burglaries – including in Royston, Stevenage and Hitchin – has been jailed for 15 years.

Staff from 24 offices of Country Properties across Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire have been busy fundraising for Macmillan Cancer Support over the last two years and have raised over £64,000.

Staff at an estate agency group who have continued their support of a leading cancer charity for a second year are celebrating a tremendous total.

Dave Blows and Billy Crotty, pictured centre, with members of Royston Amateur Boxing Club

The owners of a boxing club in Royston are refusing to pay a business levy in the town, as they believe they are offering a service for the community and do not make a profit.


Thu, 11:18
Greneway School Year 7+8 SHA team North East Herts champions

Greneway School’s Years 7 and 8 (U12 and U13) Sportshall Athletics team claimed a quadruple of golds at the district Indoor Athletics Championship finals at Freman College.

Meridian School students with Mark Philips, West Ham’s U18s coach

Meridian School’s sixth form students got the chance to go behind the scenes at West Ham United Football Club academy’s training ground.

Scott Bridges looks to shrug off a opponent Picture: David Hatton

Rampant Royston Town notched another four goals on their travels to strengthen their Southern League Division One Central promotion hopes.

Melbourn Judo Club awards presentation

A dedicated judo player has reached the National Schools Finals later this year.

Golf stock

Royston Golf Club’s Thursday Roll-Up was won by Dave Millership with a total of 40 points while newcomer to the group, Paul Lewis, came second with 39 points.

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Thu, 21:25
Arthur Smith appears in Hitchin next week

Doggett & Ephgrave’s Mostly Comedy nights are settling in to their new home at Hitchin’s Sun Hotel, and next up is wrinkly writer and wit Arthur Smith, as famous for his outrageous cabaret antics as his TV appearances on the likes of Grumpy Old Men and The One Show.

Simon Northcott of Choux Stopper prepares some of his trademark buns

A street patissier from Baldock is looking to mix up the North Herts food scene with his hand-crafted French-style delicacies.

Saoirse Ronan, Emory Cohen in Brooklyn

Star Wars is still the big draw at Royston’s Picture Palace this weekend, but if you’re not a science fiction fan and you’re looking for something different the latest instalment of that long-running series is not the only film on offer.

Nancy Kerr and the Sweet Visitor Band

Folk’s latest supergroup, Nancy Kerr and the Sweet Visitor Band, headline at Hitchin Folk Club this weekend.

Joe Giltrap is appearing at the Market Theatre in Hitchin

Two very different nights of top class music are being lined up as part of the spring programme at Hitchin’s Market Theatre.

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