July 30 2016 Latest news:

Emma Rule.

Barrington woman’s charity mission turns into UK-wide Musicians Against Homelessness project backed by famous names

A post on social media by a Barrington woman has been transformed into a huge national music project in support of a homeless charity – and one of the first gigs will be right on your doorstep.

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The South Cambs Quilters group worked on the organ cover and piano runner from last October  to July.

Bassingbourn church celebrates 225th birthday

The 225th anniversary service at Bassingbourn United Reformed Church was held on Sunday. It was taken by Phil Loudon and included the dedication of a beautiful organ cover and piano runner.

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Lucy Warne.

Dressage success as Royston’s Lucy crowned national champ

A Royston woman with an intellectual disability is proud as punch after winning the cup for Overall National Champion at the Riding for the Disabled Association competition.

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Euan after the wade with Sarah.

Melbourn man wades through water to support ME sufferers like wife Sarah

A Melbourn man undertook a wading challenge to raise awareness of ME or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome to support sufferers such as his wife.

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Great Northern railway operator Govia has been urged to get its act together or face government intervention amid appalling passenger service.

‘Appalling, a raw deal’ – Great Northern railway operator Govia Thameslink told to improve service or face government action

Great Northern railway operator Govia has been urged to get its act together or face government intervention amid ‘appalling’ passenger service.

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