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A man has been given a suspended sentence after sexually assaulting a woman.

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Bigger and better than ever – that’s the proud boast of Barley’s popular Christmas Market, which will be aiming to solve a few seasonal shopping headaches on Saturday – and support the historic parish church.

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A Royston handyman is taking a step back in time to raise money for terminally ill children.

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Former students of Bassingbourn Village College gathered to receive their GCSE certificates and to be rewarded for their efforts during their courses.

Trains have been delayed after a cow wandered on to the line at Meldreth.

Trains between Hitchin and Cambridge are experiencing delays of up to 20 minutes after a cow wandered onto the tracks near Meldreth.

Crashlanded -  the swan settled in for several hours

Drivers were left bemused when a huge swan landed on a road in Royston, causing traffic to be held up for several hours.

The fire at the wood recycling plant in Flint Cross has continued to burn throughout the week. Credit: @cambsfrs.

A county councillor is calling for the closure of a wood recycling plant near Melbourn which is still burning after a fire broke out a week ago.

Pupils plant saplings at Studlands Rise

Pupils at Royston’s Studlands Rise First School have been busy celebrating the school’s 40th birthday.

Faye Maryan-Letch, Eliza Maryan-Letch, two, Darcy Maryan-Letch, one, and Gabriel 
Maryan-Letch, from Bassinbourn.

Rotary Club of Royston members were out and about with Pudsey on Saturday to raise money for Children in Need.

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Monday, November 10, 2014

Hundreds of people gathered in Royston yesterday to remember those who lost their lives while at war.

Vandy Massey and Jude Gardiner with their work

Foxton’s annual art exhibition promises to be bigger and better than ever.

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