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James Lovelace ran the marathon for Macmillan.

Hardy runners from Royston and the surrounding villages raised impressive sums for charity when they pounded through the streets of the capital during the London Marathon on Sunday. As the runners take a well-earned break after the trials and tribulations of months of training, the Crow has taken a snapshot of the day – featuring some of the stars from the area, who ran the marathon for some very personal and worthwhile

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Melbourn commercial director James Lovelace ran the Marathon to raise money for Macmillan, to say thanks for the support they gave when he was diagnosed with skin cancer last year.

Therfield pupil Joshua McNaught, aged 6, shows off his drawing of Her Majesty.

Staff and pupils in Therfield enjoyed a right royal day at school in honour of the Queen’s 90th birthday last week.

Missing widow Helen Bailey from Royston with Arsene Wenger.

Police have made an appeal to Arsenal fans for information about missing Gunners season ticket holder and Royston author Helen Bailey.

Kim will be trekking across Iceland for CoppaFeel!

A Royston woman is chuffed to bits after being chosen to take part in a trek across Iceland to raise money and awareness for breast cancer charity CoppaFeel!

Chef Altaf Hussain.

The chef at the helm of Bassingbourn’s acclaimed Indian restaurant is excited to bring the taste of his Bangladeshi hometown to the village kitchen.

A car was spotted driving the wrong way down the A505 between Baldock and Royston.

A driver has spoken about the scary moment he saw a car travelling towards him the wrong way down the A505 between Baldock and Royston last night at about 11pm.

Nicholas Briggs provides the voices for the Daleks and other Doctor Who baddies

Nicholas Briggs may not be a household name, but his voice was the stuff of nightmares for many a nervous young Doctor Who fan.

Barley Playground Refurbishment Committee

Thanks to the generosity of the community, work has now started on a project to renovate Barley’s much-loved playground.

Thieves smashed through the window before making off with jewellery from the Royston house.

Thieves made off with jewellery after smashing through the rear window of a house in Royston yesterday.

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Saturday, April 16, 2016
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Lydia Butcher Age 5

Spring is here, and there’s no better way to celebrate than by visiting some cute new arrivals at Wimpole Home Farm.

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