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Acoustic bands, a black tie ball and a family fun day were just some of the highlights at the Bassingbourn Mayhem Weekend.

A cancer charity will launch the start of its tea season in a Royston shop.

Revellers in the beer tent. Picture: by Kevin Richards.

A great day full of beer, bouncy castles and banter was had on Sunday as Royston Town Football Club hosted its 10th beer and music festival.

Councillor Lyndsey Davidson, councillor Fiona Hill, Winner Henry Silver, councillor Tony Hunter, councillor Victoria Hulstrom-Allen.

A fun run in Royston offered up a great day for all of the family, with 120 people putting their best foot forward.

Becky Willers.

A charity which has close links with Shepreth Wildlife Park has received money from a local business.


Thu, 12:48

Royston Bowls Club triumphed in more national competitions this week.

James East Round Three Donington Park

Royston’s James East clambered from 21st on the starting grid to finish eighth aboard the Downshift Motorsport Kawasaki in the World Superbikes at Donington Park last weekend.

Cricket bat

Stand-in skipper Martin Leary believes Royston’s toughest Mr Cricket CCA Junior League 1 South game this season is behind them after his side fell to an 159 run mauling by leaders Cambourne, despite the heroics of Connor Little.

Tennis racket and balls

Royston Tennis Club men’s 3rds thrashed Great Shelford 7ths to top the Division 7 table in the Cambridgeshire Summer League.

Golf stock

Royston Golf Club suffered a double setback this week as both the club and scratch teams were defeated in matches.

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Wed, 07:08

Having played to crowds of more than 100,000, and performed at Glastonbury and in front of the Queen, you’d be forgiven for thinking Raghu Dixit’s return to Rhythms of the World would be a little unremarkable in his eyes.

The Water Diviner

Two handsome star vehicles which have only just been on nationwide release make up the bill of fare at Royston’s Picture Palace this week.

Medicine Hat, band with Royston connections will play in July.

A band with roots in Royston is set to return to the Cambridge stage for a gig celebrating Americana music.

Coronation Street star Wendi Peters, pictured in costume with co-stars Paul Laidlaw and Aidan O’Neil, is appearing in this year's Gordon Craig Theatre panto in Stevenage

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.

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