Royston Arts Festival organisers Creative Royston has received a £1,000 grant from Tesco’s Bags of Help scheme, as voted for by the community.
A Royston school celebrated the opening of a new running track while raising money for Sport Relief on Friday.
The family of a young woman from Royston who has been under mental health services in both Herts and Cambs has said they feel the “treatment lottery” – and the delays in her care has caused her condition to worsen.
An air ambulance has been called to a serious crash on the A505 near Royston this evening, and the emergency services remain on the scene.
Children of Guilden Morden C of E Primary School will soon have new playground equipment after supermarket giant Tesco raised £4,000.
A Bassingbourn man has been fined after a load of waste was dumped in trolleys at Royston’s Tesco Extra.
The achievements of a Royston woman with Down’s syndrome are the subject of a short film that has been picked up by festivals around the world – and it was made by the 33-year-old’s own mum.
A Bassingbourn man who went blind in 2015 after battling cancer is to throw a fundraiser for the charity who provided him with the guide dog that has changed his life.
Royston’s Tesco Extra community champion has been out and about spreading Christmas cheer.
Tesco Express in Royston had numerous food items stolen last week, and police have today released an image of a woman they want to speak to as part of their enquiries.
Tesco Express in Royston has been targeted twice by alcohol thieves, and police have today released pictures of people they would like to speak to as part of enquiries.
A man has been taken to hospital in serious condition in the second collision on the A505 in 24 hours, emergency services have now confirmed.
Former Year 11s at Bassingbourn Village College have travelled to Kuala Lumpur where they worked with Burmese refugees, and trekked in the Cameron Highlands.
A water outage hitting Baldock is now set to spread to Letchworth, Hitchin and beyond as technicians isolate the burst main to carry out repairs.
Fitness fans in Melbourn have been taking part in a variety of sponsored events to help raise cash for their community swimming pool repair fund.
Slimmers from Royston and the surrounding areas were over the moon to raise thousands of pounds for Cancer Research UK by giving up clothes that no longer fit them.
Royston slimmers are set to make a generous charity donation this weekend of clothes they no longer fit into – and they’ll meet the mayor while doing it.