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Parts of the A1(M) and the surrounding roads are clogged up with traffic this morning, after a “serious crash” on the A505 in both directions.

Large parts of the A10 has been shut this morning in both directions following a serious collision with a van and pedestrian.

A Royston wine merchants has gone from ‘doom to Zoom’ after expanding to offer virtual wine tastings for people to enjoy from home.

Mayor James Palmer can “understand the frustration and disappointment” and his Labour opponent Nik Johnson admits much needs to be done “to get this deadly virus under control”.

The coronavirus tier Royston and surrounding villages will be placed in once lockdown ends has been announced this morning.


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A multi-million-pound nationwide plan has been launched to help “unlock the power of football pitches in England” and allow more people to play the game as well as “improving their physical and mental health, empowering young people and strengthening communities”.

Like many other athletics clubs Royston Runners have been forced to retreat back to virtual and solo activities in order to get the running fix but unlike the spring lockdown, this one has involved a twist.

Royston Town will be thrust straight back into the fray of competitive matches should the government’s restrictions end as planned.

It may be worrying times for many grassroots sports but the East Region Hockey Association has bucked the trend by announcing a new title sponsor for its league.

The RFU has opted to cancel all competitive rugby for the season outside of the top two leagues for men and the Premier 15s for women.

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The show will go on this Christmas after Cambridge Arts Theatre confirmed there will be a COVID-safe panto themed adventure taking the stage.

What can open in the new tier system when lockdown restrictions are lifted? From Wednesday, December 2, the country will revert to a strengthened three-tiered local COVID alert level system. Here’s a guide to the new medium, high and very high tiers.

A series of socially distanced concerts will take place at Cambridge Corn Exchange early next year.

A new Imperial War Museums publication brings Christmas during wartime to life through photos, recipes and exceptional personal stories from the museum’s collection.

Audiences are invited to celebrate the festive season with Scrooge at an adaptation of a Charles Dickens classic.

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