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Melbourn Community Hub held a ‘Dr Bike’ event over the weekend with a trained mechanic helping residents get back on their bikes.

Tenants in Foxton are in line to receive new homes before Christmas as part of a housing project in South Cambridgeshire.

A pair of clouded leopards whose arrival at Shepreth Wildlife Park was delayed by the pandemic have finally arrived at their new home.

A mother-daughter duo held a coffee morning at Banyers House pub in Royston to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Community groups and parish councils in South Cambridgeshire can now request additional grant funding from the district council to help them if there is a coronavirus outbreak in their village.

Sport

Yesterday, 13:10

Royston Town will begin a new assault on the FA Trophy hoping at Garden Walk – hoping to make even more wonderful memories.

Royston Town had a day to remember on Sunday as they moved into the third qualifying round of the Women’s FA Cup and a date with Harlow Town.

Royston Town’s search for a first Southern League win goes on after an incredible fifth draw from the opening six games – but this one away to Tamworth came with a much better performance according to manager Steve Castle.

The cause of Royston Town’s inglorious exit from this year’s FA Cup was easy to identify according to manager Steve Castle – simple football not done correctly.

Royston Town crashed out of the FA Cup with a hugely disappointing 3-0 defeat at Bishop’s Stortford.

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Yesterday, 11:56
IWM Duxford

There’s plenty of half-term activities, exhibitions and events for families to enjoy at IWM Duxford this October.

Film critic Paul Steward reviews The Trial of the Chicago 7, which is in cinemas now and arrives on streaming service Netflix on Friday.

Cambridge Literary Festival has received a ‘financial lifeline’ from the government’s £1.57bn Culture Recovery Fund.

World War Two aircraft took to the skies over IWM Duxford to commemorate ‘The Few’ at the airfield’s final showcase day of the year.

IWM Duxford and The Captain Tom Foundation are set to unveil a new display celebrating one of 2020’s iconic personalities – Captain Sir Tom Moore.

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