Royston Volunteer Centre manager Denise Graham’s regular look at the voluntary sector in North East Herts
Students at Melbourn Village College will be rolling up their sleeves for a charity car wash this weekend, to help raise funds for a charity expedition to Ghana.
A volunteer group is calling on people to lend a hand at a sporting event next weekend.
The sun was shining as crowds flocked to Royston to sample the delights on offer at the annual May Fayre yesterday.
People living in Royston will be given the chance to have their say on health services in the town at the Health Action Day event.
Four top artists from the area are set to showcase a vibrant exhibition of paintings and sculptures at a Royston gallery.
Motorists who make a mockery of speed limits and put other road users in danger are the target of a month-long campaign mounted by police across three counties.
An event packed with entertainment for all the family is taking place on Sunday to celebrate the secret delights of the picturesque village of Ashwell.
Organisers putting together one of Stotfold Mill’s biggest events of the year are promising thrills galore for all the family this weekend.
A cancer charity will join forces with a Royston business to help promote Sun Awareness Week.
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.
A major disco band from the 1970s is due to headline a Royston soul festival at the end of next month.
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.
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.
Popular venue The Plough in Shepreth will be hosting a funk and blues jam on Thursday.
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.
Fire crews were called after a plane crashed at Duxford Imperial War Museum yesterday.
Owners of distinctive bright Asian gold jewellery have been urged to take precautions as crooks continue to target their valuable hoards.
After hours of pain came the gain – a precious London Marathon medal, and the knowledge that all that effort had been worthwhile.
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.
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.
A date has been set to brief the public on progress made for a cemetery to be built in Royston.
There was double success for a volunteer at the latest Royston Repair Cafe.
A birthday surprise was the order of the day for a loyal volunteer at the Bassingbourn Book Cafe.
It would be “irresponsible folly” for the next Government not to renew Trident, a group of former defence and security chiefs have warned.
Firefighters battled a blaze at a 15-metre high Royston grain silo for three hours yesterday afternoon.
A Royston society that helped set up the town’s museum will celebrate its 50th birthday next week.
Tales of the new town are being sought by historians exploring the growth of Stevenage in the postwar years.