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Sir Matthew Pinsent is backing the Cancer Research UK indoor rowing challenge

Olympic legend Sir Matthew Pinsent, above, is urging fundraisers to do something oarsome by pulling their weight as part of a new Cancer Research UK campaign.

The Herts Air Ambulance team needs your support

Have you got what it takes to raise £100 in 24 hours? The fundraising team at Herts Air Ambulance is calling on supporters to get involved in the organisation’s annual 24/100 Challenge next month.

Deb McGarrity.

As part of its commitment to supporting the community, workers from Royston technology company Johnson Matthey have been giving a helping hand to local charities over the winter months.

David Temple with some of the Sing Mozart! singers - left to right Stephen Chandler, Pete Murray, David Temple, Nic Groombridge, James Honour.

It’s not long now until 200 singers unite in harmony at a climax of a countywide project to perform the music of Mozart en masse.

Former Letchworth Arts Centre head Maria Iredale with Professor Robert Winston

The former head of Letchworth Arts Centre is pumped up at the prospect of her new job – as executive director of the Petroleum Exploration Society of Great Britain.

Sport

Thursday, February 4, 2016
Melbourn Judo Club awards presentation

A dedicated judo player has reached the National Schools Finals later this year.

Golf stock

Royston Golf Club’s Thursday Roll-Up was won by Dave Millership with a total of 40 points while newcomer to the group, Paul Lewis, came second with 39 points.

Cricket

This coming season, Royston Cricket Club will be running three adult teams plus U10, U11, U15 and U19 sides for youngsters.

Ryan Ingrey

Former St Albans City striker Simon Thomas struck on his first start for his new club as Royston Town leapt back into the Southern League Division One Central play-offs with an emphatic 4-1 victory at 10-man Ware.

Dan Goodfellow and Tom Daley. Paul Sanwell/OP Photographic

Meldreth diver Dan Goodfellow believes there is more to come from his blossoming partnership with world champion Tom Daley after the pair took 10m synchro gold in bizarre circumstances at the British National Diving Cup in Southend over the weekend.

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Yesterday, 21:34
Heather Small is appearing at the Gordon Craig Theatre in February

The singer who provided the soaring vocals for iconic hits by M People including Search For The Hero and went on to solo success with the chart-topping Proud is on her way to Stevenage.

David Temple with some of the Sing Mozart! singers - left to right Stephen Chandler, Pete Murray, David Temple, Nic Groombridge, James Honour.

It’s not long now until 200 singers unite in harmony at a climax of a countywide project to perform the music of Mozart en masse.

Kelly Oliver is planning the release of her second album

Soaring Stevenage songbird Kelly Oliver has an exciting few weeks ahead.

James Bay at Thetford Forest

Singer-songwriter James Bay doesn’t get much time to reconnect with his North Herts roots since taking the music world by storm.

Star Wars Episode VII - The Force Awakens

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away George Lucas got very lucky.

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