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The American Air Museum at Duxford has closed for more than a year so that a major redevelopment project can take flight.

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A mobility scooter user who would ‘love to get out rather than staying in’ has called for a cycle path between Melbourn and Royston to be put back on a planning priority list.

Laurence and Tricia Crowley with children Rothia and Barnaby with mementoes of council service

Talented catering students at North Herts College were able to tickle the tastebuds of a VIP guest list when North Herts District Council chairman Tricia Cowley challenged them to host her civic reception on Friday night.

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Advice teams helping people in North Herts struggling with their problems have added added an extra dimension to their services.

The scene at the wood recycling plant, Flint Cross, in November.

The deadline set for completion of a clear-up operation at a recycling plant that caught fire in November – and continued smouldering for months – has now been extended until the middle of April.


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Royston Town boss Steve Castle feels his Crows are thriving under all conditions, having faced different challenges in their past two Evo-Stik Southern League Divison One Central victories.


Melbourn Squash Club’s first team put a poor recent run behind them by comprehensively beating Stamford 20-3 in Cambs League Division One.


Royston Hockey Club’s men’s 2nds and ladies’ first team were the only victors in their respective league encounters last weekend.

52nd Torch Trophy Trust Awards 24th February 2015

A Royston lady has been honoured for her dedication to basketball by the Torch Trophy Trust at their 52nd annual awards evening in Pall Mall, London.

Ryan Ingrey for Royston

It wasn’t pretty – but the three points were banked by the Crows from a game of few chances on goal from either team.

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Why bin it if you can wear it? That’s the question asked by pupils from Letchworth’s St Christopher Schoo with a recycled fashion exhibition at the town’s art centre.


Let’s talk Trash – because this week’s offerings at Royston’s Picture Palace include two movies towards the arthouse end of the spectrum and one family crowdpleaser that’s a real winner with the tinies.

Nathan Carter appears at the Gordon Craig Theatre

He’s never had a leg up from a record company, radio play, videos or a vast marketing budget – but Nathan Carter has still made it to the top.


Music fans can plug in to a second acoustic fundraiser aiming to help kickstart a charity tour of Japan on Friday night.

A dizzying display of dance is promised at Hitchin’s Queen Mother Theatre on Thursday night, and the show carries on until the weekend.


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