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The number of pupils at schools rated ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted inspectors has risen by more than 7,500 in the past 12 months, says Herts County Council.

The team from left to right: Ryan Deards, Ben Cullen, Josh Sewell, mum Wendy, dad Ian, brother Ollie and Jamie Gordon raised an impressive £10,000.

The mother of a Melbourn hit-and-run victim has spoken of the emotional moment her son’s friends and his brother handed over a £10,000 cheque to the hospital that cared for him.

Citizens Advice North Herts chief executive Rionach Aiken

The team at Citizens Advice North Herts is planning a move to a new home next year – and is aiming to sign up supporters to a new way of fundraising that will bring in some of the cash they’ll need to make the project possible.

Kenia Hatfield owns September Flowers

The owner of a new flower shop in Royston has spoken of the warm reception she has received since opening her doors in the town a week ago.

The Wood Green animal shelter charity shop needs volunteers

Royston Volunteer Centre manager Denise Graham’s regular look at the voluntary sector in North East Herts

Meridian Upper School production of Les Miserables - the cast on stage

A packed audience rose in acclaim as a talented cast took their final bow at Royston’s Meridian Upper School on Saturday night.

Everyone tucked in at the Dans Le Noir evening in Melbourn.

The chance to experience life without sight proved to be an eye-opener for guests at a charity Dans Le Noir night in Melbourn.

Hundreds of people signed up to protest about bus cuts in Herts at signing sessions in Stevenage and Hitchin

Campaigners who fear further cuts to bus services across Herts gathered hundreds of signatures on Saturday as they hosted signing sessions in Stevenage and Hitchin

Storm Barney caused disruption on the A505.

A storm which ripped through Crow country on Tuesday at a speed of 60mph caused the closure of a lane on a busy A road.

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Sunday, November 22, 2015

After spending most his retirement crafting magnificent sculptures, Bassingbourn’s Peter Miller felt it was about time he pulled his work together in one place.

Award-winning exhibition returns to Foxton

Saturday, November 7, 2015
Artists, Valerie Jean Pettifer and Irene Wilkes with their art work and pupils, Archie, Elizabeth, Nearijah, Lili-Ella

An award-winning exhibition returns to a South Cambs village next weekend, and organisers are predicting that it will be better than ever.

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