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For punters looking to purchase some Christmas gifts tonight, there will be late night shopping at No.3 in Melbourn Street.

Pete Stitt, Phil Jarman, Warren Timsley and Ricola Vyse

Staff at a Royston barbers shop have joined a nationwide haircutting collective united in its aim to remove the stigma surrounding male mental health.

Plans for a new community arts centre on the Meridian Upper School site in Royston have been unveiled

People are invited to share their thoughts on an exciting proposal to build a brand new arts centre in Royston.

Andy at his favourite ski resort, La Plagne.

The family of a former pub landlord and golf club manager who helped kick start the career of many local musicians has paid tribute to a man who ‘lived life to the full’.

Sir Oliver Heald called on Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt to intervene.

After putting pressure on the health secretary Jeremy Hunt to get the ball rolling, North East Herts MP Sir Oliver Heald confirmed this week that funding has been put in place to draw up a business case for the future of the Royston Hospital site.

Members of the Save The High Street Campaign outside an empty shop.

Concerned locals despairing at the number of empty shops in Royston town centre have revived a campaign to save the High Street.

From left to right: Jenny Sutton, Hayley Peacock, Ale Dimedo, Becky Morley and Rebecca Willers.

With I’m a Celebrity back on our screens, it seemed like a timely excuse to take part in a bushtucker trial... but rather than travel Down Under, all I had to do was pop along to Shepreth Wildlife Park.

Fairfield, Stotfold and Letchworth schools have expansion projects in the pipeline.

The number of pupils at schools rated ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted inspectors has risen by more than 7,500 in the past 12 months, says Herts County Council.

The team from left to right: Ryan Deards, Ben Cullen, Josh Sewell, mum Wendy, dad Ian, brother Ollie and Jamie Gordon raised an impressive £10,000.

The mother of a Melbourn hit-and-run victim has spoken of the emotional moment her son’s friends and his brother handed over a £10,000 cheque to the hospital that cared for him.

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Sunday, November 22, 2015

After spending most his retirement crafting magnificent sculptures, Bassingbourn’s Peter Miller felt it was about time he pulled his work together in one place.

Award-winning exhibition returns to Foxton

Saturday, November 7, 2015
Artists, Valerie Jean Pettifer and Irene Wilkes with their art work and pupils, Archie, Elizabeth, Nearijah, Lili-Ella

An award-winning exhibition returns to a South Cambs village next weekend, and organisers are predicting that it will be better than ever.

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