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A group dedicated to supporting Royston Hospital has decided to widen its fundraising objectives.

Work on the Plantation Walk.

Volunteers from one of Royston’s biggest firms have been getting green fingered to help restore a local plantation.

The Flintstones Save Christmas

Well, nobody can say it’s a Christmas show that they’ve seen before...

Royston Speak Out Stroke Club has been awarded a £3,000 grant.

Royston Speak Out Stroke Club has been awarded £3,000 (1st place) in the Lloyds Bank Community Fund 2014 in Royston and district area.

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Sexual health charity Herts Aid is urging people to take the test during National HIV Testing Week, which begins on Saturday

Sport

Thu, 11:12

Royston Town chairman Steve Jackson hailed the club’s U18s after reaching the FA Youth Cup third round for the first time ever.

Royston Town manager Steve Castle

Royston boss Steve Castle feels his side are thriving on the road after their third successive away win secured their passage to the Hertfordshire Charity Cup final.

Royston Town FA Trophy defeat one to forget

Thursday, November 6, 2014
Royston Town manager Steve Castle

Royston Town boss Steve Castle hopes his side can put last Saturday’s “calamitous” FA Trophy defeat to Witham Town behind them as they prepare for six consecutive away games in the coming weeks.

Hockey

Royston Hockey Club’s men kept their momentum going to keep in contention with the top sides in Division 3SW with a scrappy win against bottom of the league Harpenden 2nds.

Football

Royston Town U18s claimed a 2-0 win over AFC Sudbury in the FA Youth Cup first round proper.

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Well, nobody can say it’s a Christmas show that they’ve seen before...

Clare Balding

National treasure Clare Balding is the latest big-name author to beat a path to Letchworth to charm fans and promote her work.

Pecos Bill

If you got the taste for storytelling during Baldock’s successful Fireside Festival, which came to an end on Sunday, never fear – there are more chances to tap into tantalising tales on the horizon.

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Bigger and better than ever – that’s the proud boast of Barley’s popular Christmas Market, which will be aiming to solve a few seasonal shopping headaches on Saturday – and support the historic parish church.

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