If you know your Major Toms from your major fifths and can tell the difference between the Searchers and the Seekers, there’s a quiz coming up that’s right up your musical street.
Older people in Royston who would benefit from some light exercise with a community focus are invited to join in with an activity programme led by a North Herts charity starting this week.
The owners of a private care provider have spoken of their passion for a profession which they believe is hugely rewarding, despite the challenges facing a neglected sector.
It was a fitting time to pop open the champers and raise a glass as a Royston-based estate agents celebrated 10 years of success in the town with drinks and nibbles.
One boasts a blend of country, blues, folk and jazz with typically British and Irish flavours.
People who have made a positive difference in the Royston community are to be celebrated at an awards ceremony hosted by the town council next month.
Soaring Stevenage songbird Kelly Oliver has an exciting few weeks ahead.
Singer-songwriter James Bay doesn’t get much time to reconnect with his North Herts roots since taking the music world by storm.
An internationally acclaimed blues artist with deep Royston roots has released a new album to rave reviews.
A Royston artist will see his work go on show at the town’s museum on Saturday.
A busy mum-of-three from Royston who usually has to wait until her boys are asleep before starting a project is excited to be exhibiting her artwork at Curwens Gallery in the High Street.
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