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The future of the East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust’s cancer centre – which has a catchment population of almost two million people – is at risk.

A mum from Royston who said her home looked like a “bloodbath” when she began bleeding heavily while pregnant has thanked the air ambulance team who saved her and her baby daughter’s lives.

Muddy Mayhem is back for 2019, and is calling on all those looking to get fit and enjoy themselves to take part and help meet the overall fundraising target of £60,000 for Garden House Hospice Care.

Cambridgeshire County Council has hit out at “irresponsible” claims it is in “financial meltdown”, amid claims of poor leadership and uncertainty over the authority’s upcoming budget.

Fine art photographer Gary Nicholls is coming to Royston to deliver a talk to the town’s photographic society, entitled ‘Reality is for people without imagination’.

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Tuesday, January 15, 2019

There will be a number of familiar faces in the Royston Town team that travels to Clarence Park but the county cup itself should be all the motivation St Albans City needs according to boss Ian Allinson.

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Mark Steel brings his show Every Little Thing’s Gonna Be Alright to Saffron Walden Town Hall on Wednesday, March 27.

The creators of The Play that Goes Wrong, Peter Pan Goes Wrong and Mischief Movie Night have found they cannot go wrong with the formula.

The latest show from Mischief Theatre, called The Comedy about a Bank Robbery, a real piece of smash and grab, will be at Cambridge Arts Theatre from Tuesday, February 19 to Saturday, March 2.

A tribute to Frank Sinatra and the artists of his era, including Marilyn Monroe, Peggy Lee and Bobby Darren, will be at Chelmsford Civic Theatre on Sunday, February 3.

Sofa, at Chelmsford Civic Theatre on Wednesday, February 20, is a play about family memories.

The creators have decided that the sofa is where families make new worlds as children and seek solace as adults.

Fine art photographer Gary Nicholls is coming to Royston to deliver a talk to the town’s photographic society, entitled ‘Reality is for people without imagination’.

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