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Yesterday, 12:01

A former Manchester United footballer is offering boys and girls the opportunity to become part of his new Football Fun Factory community in Melbourn.

Calls are being made for something to be done after a number of residents have fallen in Royston town centre due to ruts in the pavement between Morrisons supermarket and the nearby bus stop in Baldock Street.

A number of fundraisers went to the extreme to raise £20,000 for Garden House Hospice Care in one weekend.

Youngsters from Barley and Barkway Federation schools joined Margaret House care home residents for a day out at St Paul's Walden Bury, near Hitchin.

Five images of Cambridgeshire victims of knife crime have been published by police as a stark reminder of what is happening locally.


Thu, 10:24

It was a disappointing weekend for Royston Rugby Club which began with a 27-20 defeat for the men at home to Harrow

Royston Rockets BMX Racing Club enjoyed the comforts of their home track as they hosted the BMX East Regional Championship.

Steve Castle has made his views abundantly clear ahead of their FA Cup second qualifying round tie - this is the "most important match of the season so far".

It's not often that one weekend warrants such a big mention in a club's history books but that is exactly what has just happened to Reed.

Royston Rugby Club's ladies got their new season off to a flying start with a 29-0 win over Wellingborough.

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Wed, 15:32

Asked by a beggar if he has any change, toff, George Balfour replies: "Sorry, I've only got notes."

There is a lot of humour in Posh.

Corvus Amateur Drama Society members have been busy putting the final touches to their contribution to this year's Royston Arts Festival - the iconic wartime drama, Flare Path by Terence Rattigan.

Royston Pirate Day is back with a vengeance for another round of free children's activities in the town.

It will be a hunt for the planets, rockets and aliens at this year's Sandon Fete as the 'outer space' theme celebrates 50 years since man landed on the moon.

Newly digitised footage of the 1969 Battle of Britain movie will be screened at IWM Duxford's forthcoming air show.

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