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More than 100 children with complex medical conditions and their families were treated to special day out at Shepreth Wildlife Park on Sunday.

Cyclists crossing next to traffic due to broken pedestrian gate.

A gate which allows pedestrians to cross the trains tracks when the level crossing barriers open at Foxton railway station has now remained broken for seven weeks.

Johnson Matthey in Royston

A technology firm has backed out of a development project on the edge of Royston.

Police awaiting the bomb disposal team.

Bomb disposal experts were called and part of a road was cordoned off by police yesterday in Royston after homeowners found what they believed to be an explosive devise in a garden.

Bassingbourn Barracks

A villager has spoken out against the way sexual assaults committed by Libyan soldiers staying at Bassingbourn Barracks were handled by authorities – and called on the government to make sure the community is kept in the loop about any future plans for the site.

Sport

Yesterday, 15:10

Greneway Middle School hosted the third North East Herts Schools’ U13 dodgeball finals on Friday evening.

Melbourn Squash 2nds

Melbourn 1sts slipped to a 9-5 defeat against Harpenden 1sts in their latest Herts Summer League Division 1 match.

Ashley Judge KitAid charity story

Fans of the English game can only dream of visiting the stadia of all 20 Premier League clubs across a season or two.

Football stock shot

The May half-term holidays are fast approaching and Cambridge United are set to visit a host of destinations across the region including Melbourn for the latest series of Soccer Schools, aimed at boys and girls aged between 4-14 years old.

Thorpeness tour for Heydon Grange Golf Club

Heydon Grange Venerables went on their annual three-day UK tour to Thorpeness Golf Club last week and once again this James Braid designed course proved a tough challenge in very windy conditions.

What's On

Yesterday, 16:35

Coronation Street star Wendi Peters heads up the cast for this year’s Stevenage pantomime, the Gordon Craig Theatre has announced today.

Five Star Swing at the Queen Mother Theatre

If you’re in the mood for some old-fashioned swing, then swing by Hitchin’s Queen Mother Theatre next week.

Woman In Gold

The two films on offer at Royston’s Picture Palace this weekend could both be highlighted for attention in the Buckingham Palace playlist, if such a thing exists.

Knebworth Festival of Transport, May 2015 preview

Key in the ignition, handbrake off, set the sat-nav to SG1 2AX – fans of marvellous motors won’t want to miss the chance to savour the serried ranks of spectacular steel stallions on show at Knebworth this weekend.

New app for Rhythms of the World

Organisers of next month’s Rhythms of the World festival are making sure that switched-on music fans will be kept in the picture about everything going on over a packed weekend – by launching an iTunes app which will flag up the full two day programme across the stages at Hitchin Priory.

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