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The number of pupils at schools rated ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted inspectors has risen by more than 7,500 in the past 12 months, says Herts County Council.

The team from left to right: Ryan Deards, Ben Cullen, Josh Sewell, mum Wendy, dad Ian, brother Ollie and Jamie Gordon raised an impressive £10,000.

The mother of a Melbourn hit-and-run victim has spoken of the emotional moment her son’s friends and his brother handed over a £10,000 cheque to the hospital that cared for him.

Citizens Advice North Herts chief executive Rionach Aiken

The team at Citizens Advice North Herts is planning a move to a new home next year – and is aiming to sign up supporters to a new way of fundraising that will bring in some of the cash they’ll need to make the project possible.

Kenia Hatfield owns September Flowers

The owner of a new flower shop in Royston has spoken of the warm reception she has received since opening her doors in the town a week ago.

The Wood Green animal shelter charity shop needs volunteers

Royston Volunteer Centre manager Denise Graham’s regular look at the voluntary sector in North East Herts


Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Two Matthew Muirhead tries set up Royston’s first Herts/Middlesex 1 win of the season with victory on Saturday.

Ryan Towner

A calamitous first minute penalty gift was the start of a dismal afternoon for Royston Town knocked out of the FA Trophy by Ryman League Division North side Tilbury 4-2 on Saturday.

Ryan Ingrey for Royston

Steve Castle’s men bounced back from two successive defeats to see off nine-man Bedford Town and move back into the Southern League Division One Central top two at Garden Walk on Tuesday night.

Nathan Hardy Cycle Club Ashwell

Extremely wet and muddy conditions gave Cycle Club Ashwell’s racers their first true test of the season as the 11th round of the Eastern Cyclo Cross League took place in Bury St Edmunds.

Greneway School table tennis team

Greneway School took another clean sweep of sporting honours, this time at the North East Herts Schools’ U11 Table Tennis Team Championships at Edwinstree School, Buntingford.

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Royston Picture Palace

It’s fair to say that intelligent sci-fi isn’t the default setting when the money men from Hollywood give the green light to a space epic.

Meridian Upper School production of Les Miserables - the cast on stage

A packed audience rose in acclaim as a talented cast took their final bow at Royston’s Meridian Upper School on Saturday night.

The monthly Unicorn ceilidh has a change of venue in Baldock for November

Anyone getting ready for the monthly Unicorn Ceilidh session in Baldock will have to double check where they are going on Friday, November 27.

Jack Blackman will be appearing at the Orange Tree in Baldock

One of the UK’s leading young blues guitarists is appearing in Baldock on Wednesday night.

Herts singers can sign up to sign Mozart

One of the country’s leading choirs aims to bring aspiring and seasoned singers the chance to come together to perform Mozart’s acclaimed Requiem accompanied by a professional orchestra and soloists, in front of a large audience.

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