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“I want four black men to be able to walk down the street without people thinking they have stolen something.”

North Herts District Council has launched a community fund to support local charities and community groups during the coronavirus pandemic.

The MP for South Cambridgeshire is calling on the government to ensure Shepreth Wildlife Park survives, after its owner revealed that its future is at risk due to financial losses.

Calls have been made for an independent inquiry into the management of COVID–19 in the care sector in Hertfordshire, after data showed more than 500 have died from coronavirus in care settings across the county.

Shepreth Wildlife Park is at risk of permanent closure, having suffered losses of more than £400,000 during the coronavirus crisis – and it’s still not clear when they will be allowed to reopen.

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Thu, 13:47

The RFU are determined not to rush the return of competitive rugby even if other sports or other countries get there first.

With sport slowly starting to return across the globe during the coronavirus pandemic, why not test your sporting knowledge with another quiz?

Bookmakers issued a mixed report as British racing returned from a 76-day absence, with most firms describing trade as brisk.

Saracens Mavericks have said they are “deeply saddened” by the end of the Netball Superleague and admits the decision makes the future of the franchise far from rosy.

With sport slowly starting to return across the globe during the coronavirus pandemic, why not test your sporting knowledge with another quiz?

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Yesterday, 12:01
Shepreth

The MP for South Cambridgeshire is calling on the government to ensure Shepreth Wildlife Park survives, after its owner revealed that its future is at risk due to financial losses.

McFly’s summer concert at Newmarket Racecourses has been postponed for a year.

Roxy Music legend Bryan Ferry has rescheduled his Newmarket concert for 2021.

Shepreth Wildlife Park is at risk of permanent closure, having suffered losses of more than £400,000 during the coronavirus crisis – and it’s still not clear when they will be allowed to reopen.

All Hertfordshire Race for Life events for 2020 have now been cancelled.

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