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The county council temporarily lost £9.1 million after a member of staff typed in the wrong bank account number.

A new fundraising campaign to help protect the future of Royston's St John the Baptist Church is being launched today to coincide with the first anniversary of a fire which ripped through the parish church 12 months ago.

Steeple Morden's parish church has held its seventh Christmas Tree Festival, featuring displays by schoolchildren and community groups.

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The East Anglian rock community is once again coming together to stage a South Cambs concert in aid of a Meldreth mental health and suicide prevention charity.

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Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Royston Town survived a late scare to beat Stratford Town 3-2 in the Southern League Central Premier Division on Tuesday night at Garden Walk.

Royston Town pulled off a shock in the FA Trophy as they beat National League South leaders Wealdstone 3-2 on Saturday afternoon.

Royston Town's patchy form continues to cost them as they lost 3-1 away at Barwell on Saturday to slip down to 12th in the Southern League Central Premier Division table.

Royston Ladies impressed as they beat Cuffley 29-0 in their latest fixture, but it wasn't such a good weekend for the men as they lost 41-23 to Finsbury Park in a frustrating game.

Royston Town moved through to the third qualifying round of the FA Trophy after a thumping 7-0 win over Haywards Heath Town at Garden Walk on Saturday.

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Martin Scorsese returns to the genre he knows so well, reuniting with Robert De Niro for this American gangster epic telling the tale of real life mob hitman Frank 'The Irishman' Sheeran.

The East Anglian rock community is once again coming together to stage a South Cambs concert in aid of a Meldreth mental health and suicide prevention charity.

Alan Bennett's version of The Wind in the Willows will be on stage at the ADC Theatre, Cambridge from December 10 to 14.

Four musicians from different countries united their talent into a perfect synchronisation: Lorena Canto Wolteche from Spain on viola, Toby White from England on cello, Tereza Privratska from the Czech Republic, and Julia Loucks from Canada on violins.

Dates for next year's Cambridge Folk Festival have been confirmed with tickets due to go on sale next week.

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