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30 years ago MEMBERS of the Royston Bypass Action Group met Herts County Council officers in a bid to ensure that plans were included in a list of priority schemes. County Hall experts were handed a document, The Case for a Royston Bypass, which spelled
30 years ago
MEMBERS of the Royston Bypass Action Group met Herts County Council officers in a bid to ensure that plans were included in a list of priority schemes. County Hall experts were handed a document, The Case for a Royston Bypass, which spelled out the need for such a scheme.
20 years ago
WORK on the Coombes Community Centre in Royston was expected to be given the go-ahead from North Herts District Council.
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There had been problems over the project because the district council could not decide which department would meet the £275,000 bill for the development.
10 years ago
- 1 'Panic-buying is crippling us' - petrol station owner urges motorists to think before they refuel
- 2 Appeal to trace driver after cyclist sustains serious injuries in crash
- 3 North Herts and Beds villages hit by power cut
- 4 17 of the prettiest streets in North Herts
- 5 Get on your bike for the A10 Awareness Ride comeback
- 6 Flexi parking ticket rolled out for hybrid commuters
- 7 Royston Arts Festival committee overcomes COVID difficulties to bring back events
- 8 Barkway Lit Fest proves to be a real page-turner
- 9 Heath threatened with 'eyesore' borehole kiosks
- 10 University of Hertfordshire paedophile caught with more than 500 child abuse images
A LATE-night bus service was under threat of being axed because of rowdy behaviour by a group of youngsters.
Cambridgeshire County Council was deciding whether to end the 11.10pm service between Cambridge and Royston. The service had been running for a year.