A year in pictures: Royston Crow round-up
PUBLISHED: 11:02 31 December 2015 | UPDATED: 11:48 31 December 2015
Before looking to 2016, we’ve put together a gallery to remember some of this year’s highlights in Royston and district.
Royston round-up of the year
Hugh Pollock and Eliza King at the Melbourn Bloomsday celebrations.
Anne Walls and Laura Whitford, with their giant tea cosy yarn-bomb on the Royse Stone in Royston.
Mark Burrows and Tom Ivinson enjoying a pint at the Boars Head before the Women's Tour.
Chris Wallis with his award winning allotment after the Royston in Bloom competition.
Mick Bird has a colourful time during Royston Summer Soul Festival.
Royston Summer Soul Festival draws in the crowds.
Steeple Morden church of England year 4 class wave as two A-10C Thunderbolt II fly past the memorial to the 355th fighter group which was established on this site in 1942
Royston Town Band entertain the crowds during Royston Christmas Fayre. PICTURE: Clive Porter.
Pig racing at the Melbourn Autumn Show. PICTURE: Clive Porter.
The firework display at Icknield Walk First School. PICTURE: David Hatton.
Jessica Tucknutt showing off her skills on a penny farthing at the A10 Corridor Cycling Campaign.
Bassingbourn's Michael Easton became the UK's first deaf snowboard instructor.
The big make at Royston Museum during Royston Arts Festival. PICTURE: TERRY HARTGA
The peloton make the turn outside The Boars Head pub in Royston during the Aviva Women's Tour. Picture: David Hatton.
Friends and family of hit-and-run victim Alex Jeffery do a charity cycle from Bournemouth to Melbourn in his memory. Left to right: Ryan Deards, Ben Cullen, Ollie Jeffery, Wendy Jeffery, Josh Sewell, Jamie Gordon.
Litlington prosthetic artist Mark Coulier wins his second Oscar for work on The Grand Budapest Hotel.
Campaign group Save Meldreth Manor take their petition to No.10 Downing Street before the school is saved by another service provider. From left to right: Karen Sheairs, Amanda Campbell, Paula Morrison, Heidi Allen MP, Josh Campbell and Rian Morrison.
We’d like to take this opportunity to wish all of our readers a Happy New Year.