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The former studio of a famous Royston artist is up for sale.

A Royston mum-of-two has praised the community for their "amazing response" to her Purple Poppy Appeal, honouring service animals who have died or been injured in the line of duty.

A witness appeal has been launched to trace two men and the white van they were travelling in after a 10-year-old boy was asked to get into the vehicle on his way to a Royston school.

A Royston motorist who posted an image on Facebook saying he had been 'marked safe' after travelling on the A505 as part of a running joke has said he doesn't think the road should be demonised.

There have been 232 reported crimes in Hertfordshire's churches in the last three years - including 19 sexual offences, latest figures have revealed.

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Sunday, October 27, 2019

What a win, what a performance, what a night, well morning. England through to the World Cup final on the back of a superb 19-7 win over New Zealand and it left Herts Advertiser's Neil Metcalfe with plenty of things to look back on with a smile.

Royston Town's dream of reaching the first round of the FA Cup is over, as their fairytale run was ended with a 3-1 defeat to Maldon & Tiptree at Garden Walk in the fourth qualifying round on Saturday.

Royston Town could host the draw for the FA Cup first proper on Monday, if they beat Maldon & Tiptree this weekend, the BBC has confirmed.

Royston Town boss Steve Castle believes his side lacked commitment in their 1-1 draw with local rivals Hitchin Town at Garden Walk on Tuesday night.

Royston Town and Hitchin Town played out an entertaining 1-1 draw in Tuesday night's local derby at Garden Walk, seeing the bragging rights and points shared in the Southern League Premier Division Central clash.

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Brass Eye creator Chris Morris returns to the big screen with his second full length feature, which stars Anna Kendrick and Marchánt Davis in the lead roles.

McFly will headline next year's family-friendly Summer Saturday Live concert at Newmarket Racecourses.

Classical Latin 'literature' was in its day a treat for the ear. Even those who were rich enough to learn to read would hear the poems of Virgil and Ovid read aloud.

The Black Voices Quintet present The Soul of Nina Simone. They have performed in front of Nelson Mandela at Royal Albert Hall and played alongside Nina Simone herself, as well as Miriam Makeba, Ray Charles and Hugh Masekela.

If millennial's are seeking a nostalgic pop fix from the late 90s boyband boom then a1 are top of 'the a list' for standing the test of time.

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