Kooky Nohmad in Royston has continued to go from strength to strength since opening during the first lockdown, and the team is continuing their positive approach by encouraging customers to ‘pay it forward’.
The Royston vs Coronavirus support group is back providing vulnerable members of the community with extra help, now the second wave of coronavirus has taken hold and government restrictions have tightened.
Remembrance services in Royston and villages may have been low key this year – but that didn’t stop residents, members of the Armed Forces past and present, and dignitaries honouring the fallen on Sunday.
A boy has been captured on CCTV jumping on a charity wheelie bin at Coombes Community Centre in Royston – which has led to police issuing a reminder to youths to not engage in mindless anti-social behaviour.
Make Lunch Royston has been providing food and activities for children, who receive free school meals, during holidays since 2015 – and in the coronavirus pandemic, the service has continued to prove vital to families in need.