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Solicitors from firms across North Herts and Stevenage signed up on the dotted line when the Garden House Hospice held its first wills week promotion.

More than 115 staff from 12 local companies took part in the One True Grit challenge held in Benington in March and made over £18,000 in sponsorship for the Forget Me Not Appeal.

More than £18,000 has been pumped into the appeal which aims to make the Lister Hospital a more welcoming place for patients with dementia.

Royston Craft Fair organiser Laura Whitford with Royston town mayor, councillor Victoria Hulstrom-Allen. Credit: Ian Walls.

The first Royston Craft Fair of 2015 pulled in the punters on Saturday.

Police wish to speak to this man in connection with a theft from a Costa Coffee in Cambridge.

Police have released CCTV images of a man they wish to speak to in relation with a theft in Cambridge.

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Jo Bradshaw was airlifted to Everest Base Camp.

An adventure leader from Great Chishill has been rescued after becoming stranded on Mount Everest by the devastating earthquake which has killed hundreds of people in Nepal.

Organisers gearing up for June’s Rhythms of the World music and community arts festival in Hitchin are spreading the net to recruit the volunteer army which will make the weekend go with a swing.

South Cambridgeshire District Council ecology officer Rob Mungovan, Liz Williams and Yvonne Chamberlain with Liz's grandchildren Robyn and Archa Willhurst.

An ecological project using photography, art and poetry to link two wildflower meadows is taking root in Melbourn.

Sophie Mance, 21, from Baldock.

A 21-year-old from Baldock has her feet firmly set on the career ladder after completing an apprenticeship with Herts County Council.

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Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Hot on the heels of the announcement of the first of the big names to confirm their spot on the bill at this summer’s Rhythms of the World festival, it’s on with the music in Hitchin this weekend.

Oliver Heald, Laura Jay, manager of pub and Geraint, Royston town manager. PICTURE: Clive Porter.

It’s a pub that punters are hoping will deliver – a brand new drinking tavern has graced Royston and its name gives a nod to its history as a thriving post office.

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