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As communities in Nepal try to piece their lives back together after a devastating earthquake rocked the country killing thousands, a Royston charity is calling out for help to rehouse orphans.

Hugh Pollock and Naomi Brind dress up as James Joyce characters Leopold Bloom and Molly Bloom

A Cambridgeshire village will be transformed into the mystical world of Joyce’s Ulysses on the exact day the novel is set.

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A folk duo who have performed across the UK, France and Spain and have had their music aired on Radio 4 will perform at this month’s Showcase night at the Old Bull Inn in Royston.

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From left to right: County councillor Susan van de Ven, district councillor Philippa Hart, Millie Handford and parish councillor Richard Handford.

A ramp which will allow disabled people and parents with buggies to use Shepreth Railway Station has now been completed.

Sue Kirkby is a stroke survivor and is raising awareness during Action on Stroke Month

A mother-of-two who lost her ability to talk and walk after a stroke has praised the work done by a charity which is trying to make men and women in their 40s and 50s more aware of the risks they run.

Open day held at pre-school

Saturday, May 30, 2015

A pre-school in Litlington will be open for the public next week from Monday to Thursday.

Anna & Felix McMichael, with Joey and Luke, out to enjoy themselves for the day, in their wonderful veteran 1905 Argyll car, which originally belonged to Anna's grandfather. PICTURE: Clive Porter.

Acoustic bands, a black tie ball and a family fun day were just some of the highlights at the Bassingbourn Mayhem Weekend.

A cancer charity will launch the start of its tea season in a Royston shop.

Revellers in the beer tent. Picture: by Kevin Richards.

A great day full of beer, bouncy castles and banter was had on Sunday as Royston Town Football Club hosted its 10th beer and music festival.

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An artist whose work was showcased at the London 2012 Olympic Games is looking to draw in the crowds to a Baldock gallery.

Royston museum curator Jenny Oxley with the painting exhibition from Monday Meldreth artists

A group of talented artists from Meldreth have put on a display to remember at Royston Art Gallery and Museum.

Royston Town Band

A festival encouraging people in Royston to get creative will be held this week.

The artists, pictured from left to right are Rachel Fry, Emily Cook, Nursel Darroux and Vivienne Machell.

Four top artists from the area are set to showcase a vibrant exhibition of paintings and sculptures at a Royston gallery.

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