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Yesterday, 17:02

Advance details of the acts scheduled for slots at this year’s Royston Arts Festival have been published, and the list features a promising line up of music, theatre, exhibitions and family fun.

Police are on the look out for thieves who stole power tools from a white transit van in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Police car

Police are investigating after expensive tools were stolen during a burglary at a Meldreth garden centre over the weekend.

Retail revivals Mick Dobson, Rachel Edwards, Chloe Butler and Rebecca Edwards at the Music Trail in Royston

The shops came alive with the sound of music on Saturday a children took part in an exciting trail through Royston.

Proud gardeners pose next to the fruits of their labour. PICTURE: Picasa

For the past few months, children from schools across Royston have been growing their own food to learn how to be self-sufficient and make things from scratch.

Sport

Saturday, July 25, 2015

Royston Rugby Club’s annual touch rugby tournament last Saturday was hailed a resounding success by the organisers with 11 teams from all over Hertfordshire taking part.

Tennis racket and ball

Royston Tennis Club men’s 5ths have been crowned Division 11 champions.

Rugby

A Royston firefighter will take to the hallowed turf of Aviva Premiership side Saracens in the first of two charity matches at Allianz Park on Thursday, October 15.

Reed keep slim promotion hopes alive

Thursday, July 23, 2015
Will Heslam bats for Reed

Reed secured an important 31-run win over West Herts on Saturday to keep their slim promotion hopes alive.

Royston Bowls Club trip to Torquay

Royston Bowls Club’s tour to Devon raised £800 for club president Michael O’Flanagan’s chosen charity Papworth Cardiac Rehabilitation Unit.

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Yesterday, 21:18

The crimebusting brainbox of Baker Street has never been more popular, it seems.

Michelle Chantelle Hopewell appears in Sister Act at the Gordon Craig Theatre

The team putting together this summer’s feelgood musical show at Stevenage’s Gordon Craig Theatre won’t have to pray for divine intervention to ensure a hit.

There's plenty of sand play in store at the summer festival sessions

School’s out for summer, and there’s a seasonal series of free family-friendly festival events on the calendar to help people make the most of the break.

North Herts District Council
Mamma Mia!

Three nights of family favourite films to enjoy under the stars are part of Letchworth’s offer for August evenings.

North Herts District Council
Cara Beard

There’s a feast of music on offer just down the road when Hertford plays host to Rock At The Castle next Sunday.

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