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Museum assistant Jenny Benton.

There’s plenty of half-term fun lined up at Royston Museum next week for youngsters.

Linda Turner.

Hertfordshire’s biggest networking event is set to return to Royston next weekend.

Nick Burr.

A Bassingbourn golfer who went blind after cancer is throwing a fundraiser to support the charity which helps him compete in tournaments throughout the year.

Hannah Sanders plays Royston Folk Club, May 2016

Folk fans will be making a beeline for the Old Bull Inn in Royston’s High Street tonight for a double bill that promises memorable music.

Several Indian restaurants and takeaways in Royston got together for the football match.

Business rivalry was left in the changing room as members of staff from a number of Royston’s Indian restaurants got together for a football match.

Team Eagles won the competition overall by saving up their STEAM points at Roysia School.

Teams of budding scientists, artists and engineers at a Royston school were pitted against each other on Friday in a competition where creative thinking was the key to success.

A charity tabletop sale will be held tomorrow.

A charity which supports firefighters will be set to benefit from a fundraising tabletop sale and craft fair at Royston Fire Station tomorrow.

Education

Parents at Guilden Morden Primary School have expressed fears the school is ‘spiralling out of control’ with staff leaving, a reduction in classes from four to three, and parents trying to move their children.

Janet Heasell fell in Royston town centre last week and was serverely injured

A 63-year-old woman who has been left with three broken teeth, a broken kneecap, back pain and bruises on her arms and legs after a fall in Royston High Street has vowed not to return until the pavement is resurfaced.

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Friday, May 13, 2016
Lisa Price and Karen Mangold will be exhibiting their work at the Arts and Heritage Centre in Baldock.

Award-winning artists are the next to put their work on display at the Baldock Arts and Heritage Centre as the team bid to get more punters through the doors of the old town hall.

Denise and Sharon

A Litlington fashion designer who has worked for world-famous names like Chloe, Christian Dior and Kenzo says the inspiration behind her latest collection is the beauty of blossoms and wild field flowers seen in the ‘gorgeous Cambridgeshire countryside’.

London
Rachel Fry with one of her paintings.

Pottery for a good cause is the order of the day at an exhibition at Royston’s Curwens gallery planned for this month.

London
Young volunteers at Royston Museum

A nationwide programme of arty activities includes a number of opportunities to get involved in Royston.

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