It’s that time of year for brewing tea and baking cakes for the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
A Royston painter became Melbourn Community Hub’s artist-in-residence for the day, as she went along to give an insight into her creative process.
The principal of Melbourn Village College has said he is “proud of the school’s international outlook” after it was accredited with the International School Award.
Melbourn Sports Centre has hosted their annual Summer Pentathlon Week, in which more than 30 children per day took part in a variety of activities.
There’s still time to view work by a Barley artist whose exhibition at The Hub in Melbourn continues until the end of the month.
The Melbourn Hub was abuzz during a cream tea fundraiser for a woman with a terminal illness.
Number plates have been stolen off a vehicle in a Melbourn street.
A father taking his son to school has described the moment a tree fell in Melbourn this morning, narrowly missing a pedestrian.
Members of the Shepreth Women’s Institute have celebrated the group’s 90th anniversary with a special dinner in Melbourn.
A four-year-old boy from Kelshall is on course for golfing success – after winning his first trophy last weekend.
Melbourn county councillor and chair of the A10 cycle campaign has said a close eye must be kept on how things evolve while transport powers are transferred to the new Cambridgeshire and Peterborough combined authority.
A Melbourn man with a passion for local history has started his own online show, which this weekend will focus on Royston.
There were several underground explosions in a Melbourn road yesterday evening, which resulted in the area being closed off while emergency services attended.
The new cabinet at South Cambridgeshire District Council has been appointed, and includes two district councillors from our villages.
The family of a Royston community stalwart have thrown her an 80th birthday celebration – where she was even presented with her own Royston Crow front page.
Royal wedding fever is sweeping Royston and village communities, as they prepare to celebrate Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s big day on Saturday.
Swimmers of all ages and abilities from Melbourn and the surrounding area have been making a splash for charity.
An awareness ride to promote the need for a safe cycle route between Royston and Cambridge saw adults and children alike saddle up in the sunshine for the cause on Sunday.
Melbourn is the first village to benefit from a new initiative being trialled in South Cambridgeshire to help keep areas clean.
The family of a former district councillor from Melbourn who died from motor neurone disease has organised a charity music evening in her memory.
An annual cycle ride organised by campaigners fighting for a safe cycle route from Royston to Cambridge takes place on Sunday.
The Liberal Democrats have taken overall control of South Cambridgeshire District Council after they beat the reigning Conservatives.
Two men have been jailed for burglaries in Melbourn and Royston after one was identified from CCTV footage – and the other claimed to have disturbed the ‘real’ culprits.
A prolific burglar who smashed his way into homes in Arlesey and Melbourn before leading police on a car chase in London has been sectioned indefinitely.
Students at Melbourn Village College have been treated to a fun-filled week of activities for British Science Week.
A Melbourn Village College student has just performed in front of her biggest audience yet after landing a place at Move It at the Excel in London.
Celebrate St Patrick’s Day next weekend with live music from Irish folk band The Cyriacs at a ceilidh in Melbourn to raise money for Home-Start Royston & South Cambridgeshire.
The North Herts branch of Citizens Advice has benefitted from a cash boost to help towards a new laptop from the Melbourn Division Oil Club.
Ten students from Melbourn Village College have taken part in a Bikeability course – designed for youngsters who can ride a bike and want to make on-road trips – and all achieved Level 3.
Findings from an excavation of a field in Melbourn have been displayed at the village college for all to see.