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A cancer charity will join forces with a Royston business to help promote Sun Awareness Week.

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The Melbourn Community Hub. Credit: Keith Mindham Photography.

People living in South Cambridgeshire will now be able to get free advice on resolving issues to do with money, the law and consumer rights with two new outreach services.

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Odyssey will headline this year's festival.

A major disco band from the 1970s is due to headline a Royston soul festival at the end of next month.

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Jessica Plocins and Claire Lepoutre present the cheque

A Lister Hospital appeal raising cash to upgrade facilities for young patients has received a welcome windfall of more than £1,700 thanks to a construction company’s 1,000-mile green fundraising event.

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Angela Mulholland with a photograph of her daughter Eilish

A Fowlmere woman has spoken of her pride for her courageous young daughter who battled through 14 radiotherapy sessions, five chemotherapy regimes, two surgeries and seven CT scans.

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(Left to right) Prime Minister David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg. Photos: PA

David Cameron came out top in a snap poll following the last major TV event of the election campaign - but the majority of viewers said it would not change their mind on polling day.

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The plane crashed on the runway.

Fire crews were called after a plane crashed at Duxford Imperial War Museum yesterday.

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Police have warned about criminals targeting Asian gold

Owners of distinctive bright Asian gold jewellery have been urged to take precautions as crooks continue to target their valuable hoards.

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Steve Mulholland

After hours of pain came the gain – a precious London Marathon medal, and the knowledge that all that effort had been worthwhile.

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An 80-year-old man's Yorkshire terrier was attacked by a labrador and a Rottweiler.

An 80-year-old man’s Yorkshire terrier has suffered ‘significant injuries’ after it was attacked by a teenage girl’s Rottweiler and labrador in Royston.

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Jo Bradshaw

A Great Chishill woman who became stranded on Mount Everest by the devastating earthquake that has killed more than 5,000 people has started her long journey home.

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Don Shewan

A date has been set to brief the public on progress made for a cemetery to be built in Royston.

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The Royston Repair Cafe team.

There was double success for a volunteer at the latest Royston Repair Cafe.

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Hazel Lord cutting her well deserved birthday cake.

A birthday surprise was the order of the day for a loyal volunteer at the Bassingbourn Book Cafe.

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One of the Royal Navy's Trident-class nuclear submarines

It would be “irresponsible folly” for the next Government not to renew Trident, a group of former defence and security chiefs have warned.

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Fire crews were called to The Joint in Royston to attend to a blaze at a grain silo.

Firefighters battled a blaze at a 15-metre high Royston grain silo for three hours yesterday afternoon.

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Royston and District Local History Society

A Royston society that helped set up the town’s museum will celebrate its 50th birthday next week.

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The archive already holds a wealth of images

Tales of the new town are being sought by historians exploring the growth of Stevenage in the postwar years.

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Twizzle and Twirl are the mascots of 360 Play at Stevenage Leisure Park

A Stevenage play centre is getting set to support community groups with a week of free tickets.

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Solicitors who supported Garden House Hospice wills promotion, Sarah Cousins (Ross Williams): David Heymans (Chair of Trustees): Jane Marland and Parmjit Johal (HRJ Foreman Laws): Tim Penn (Penn Sassoli): Tina Fletcher (GHH): and Bob Lawrence (David Barney and Co)

Solicitors from firms across North Herts and Stevenage signed up on the dotted line when the Garden House Hospice held its first wills week promotion.

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More than 115 staff from 12 local companies took part in the One True Grit challenge held in Benington in March and made over £18,000 in sponsorship for the Forget Me Not Appeal.

More than £18,000 has been pumped into the appeal which aims to make the Lister Hospital a more welcoming place for patients with dementia.

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Royston Craft Fair organiser Laura Whitford with Royston town mayor, councillor Victoria Hulstrom-Allen. Credit: Ian Walls.

The first Royston Craft Fair of 2015 pulled in the punters on Saturday.

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Sophie Mance, 21, from Baldock.

A 21-year-old from Baldock has her feet firmly set on the career ladder after completing an apprenticeship with Herts County Council.

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999 response

A Hitchin man’s decision to call 999 about his dieting may sound like a joke, but an ambulance service chief has warned the public it is no laughing matter.

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Police wish to speak to this man in connection with a theft from a Costa Coffee in Cambridge.

Police have released CCTV images of a man they wish to speak to in relation with a theft in Cambridge.

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Archant General Election Survey

It’s nearly time to cast your vote and with just a week to go before the country goes to the polls, we want to know your current views on several key issues.

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Jo Bradshaw was airlifted to Everest Base Camp.

An adventure leader from Great Chishill has been rescued after becoming stranded on Mount Everest by the devastating earthquake which has killed hundreds of people in Nepal.

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Organisers gearing up for June’s Rhythms of the World music and community arts festival in Hitchin are spreading the net to recruit the volunteer army which will make the weekend go with a swing.

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