A villager has spoken out against the way sexual assaults committed by Libyan soldiers staying at Bassingbourn Barracks were handled by authorities – and called on the government to make sure the community is kept in the loop about any future plans for the site.
It was a regal visit like no other. Representatives from Roysia Women’s Club were cordially invited to Buckingham Palace where they were lunched, invited to the infamous garden party, and got to stand within touching distance of the Queen.
It was a celebration of life on two wheels. Campaigners committed to creating a safer route for cyclists along the A10 between Cambridge and Royston turned up in their droves for the annual protest bike ride.
Organisers of next month’s Rhythms of the World festival are making sure that switched-on music fans will be kept in the picture about everything going on over a packed weekend – by launching an iTunes app which will flag up the full two day programme across the stages at Hitchin Priory.