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A pensioner who lost her wallet containing bank cards, cash and precious contact cards in Royston town centre, would like to track down the kind woman who returned it.

Edward and Olivia

A friend of a talented Meldreth teen who took his own life in February after a sudden onset of depression is holding a music night to raise awareness of mental health issues among young people.

Happy heads with Home-Start family support charity

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

Peter in action at the folly.

A young blacksmith is appealing for information after his decorative sword used for demonstrations was stolen over the bank holiday weekend at Wimpole Estate.

Laura Whitford outside her new shop.

A Royston businesswoman who will open the doors of her own pop up shop this Saturday said she wouldn’t have been able to do it without her trusted team of crafters.

Ashwell Show 2015 - George Wagstaff-Smith, aged four, from Ashwell

Monday’s Ashwell Show proved to be a hit with the punters as the wild and the wonderful drew the crowds once again.

Police are appealing for witnesses after they were called to reports of a child on the train tracks in Royston on Friday evening.

Sammy Lewis at her home

A Royston woman is hoping to encourage people to eat well, waste less and help the environment with her new community group.

Manager Cate Hall, with Mandy Jinkerson the Community rep  from Tesco who came along to make some chicken wraps with the children and Cate's son, Amadeus.

Generosity and community spirit were served up in their droves this summer by eager volunteers as part of the Make Lunch initiative.

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