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A new rectory is vital for the village of Ashwell, according to members of St Mary’s Church.

Maureen and Robert Coston

The post office in Ashwell will close at the end of next month owners have confirmed.

Firefighters Michael Miller and Jess Wornham died in the Harrow Court tower block tragedy in 2004

Firefighters will pause in reflective thought at 11am tomorrow, Monday, in memory of two colleagues who lost their lives in the Harrow Court tower block tragedy 10 years ago.

Hertfordshire police and crime commissioner David Lloyd has said a proposed council tax freeze won't affect recruitment.

Herts’ police and crime commissioner has said a proposed freeze in the force’s council tax precept won’t affect a recruitment drive.

A survey has found calls to a debt helpline go up across the area.

The number of people in Stevenage and North Herts turning to debt advice services for help has risen by almost 20 per cent in the last year, new figures show.

A10 cycling corridor campaigners Rod Taylor, John Meadows, Tina Filby, Erika Bosman and Susan van de Ven.

A county councillor has spoken of her ‘astonishment’ after plans for a £7.2 million cycling ‘super highway’ connecting Royston and Cambridge were put on hold.

Jose Hales, district and parish council and Val Barrett, district and parish council

The organiser of a public exhibition revealing a developer’s plans to build just under 200 homes and a 75 bed care home in Melbourn said he’s pleased with the interest generated by the public.

A Creative Royston concert captured by photographer Terry Hartga

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

Rhythms of the World family area

Liz Marfleet is already hard at work planning summer festival’s offer beyond the many music stages

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The wealth of young talent in Letchworth’s schools will be showcased in two free exhibitions at the town’s arts centre.

Cinderella (Chloe Gobell)

Chloe Gobell can sympathise with her protagonist Cinderella. Right now she’s working round the clock fitting rehearsals in with her studies, ballet, work and other drama commitments.

The Kiss (after Klimt) by Brenda Brown

The talents of four local artists will be in the spotlight at an exhibition which opens in Royston town centre next week.

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