It was a fitting end to yet another successful year for Royston Photographic Society when the group set off on a field trip to Essex to take photos of a brilliant display of rare orchids growing at an Essex Wildlife Trust reserve near Thaxted.
The decision on whether to go ahead with plans for a controversial anaerobic digestion plant and greenhouse between Shepreth and Meldreth will be made at a meeting next week.
Villagers in Guilden Morden are rallying together to try and save a once popular pub from being turned into housing.
Police closed off a road after a car crash at the Frog End junction of the A10 near Shepreth.
The chief constable of Herts police visited Royston and the surrounding villages on Monday, to check up on how the local force is tackling increased reports of speeding in the area.
A popular Royston entertainer has left a ‘huge hole’ in the hearts of loved ones after he died of an infection after being diagnosed with leukaemia.
A £3.45 million project to refurbish North Herts District Council’s offices in Letchworth has been put forward.
A special school and children’s home for disabled children in Meldreth is likely to close its doors next March due to falling student numbers.
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You can’t complain about the ‘does what it says on the poster’ nature of this week’s top title at Royston’s Picture Palace.