Review of the year - December
The 2010 review ends, naturally, with December
IT’S the time of year to cast our eyes back over the last 12 months, and pick out the highs and lows of a year of Royston news.
Reporter Joe Tyler takes a trawl through the archives to see what news has affected the people of Crow country in 2010.
2 – Plans for almost 6,000 more seats on commuter trains going between London and Crow country were announced.
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More frequent and faster services, as well as longer trains came into force on December 12, thanks to Oliver Heald MP lobbying for the improvements in parliament.
Also this month
- 1 8 countries added to UK green travel list
- 2 No business like shire business for Cambridge college
- 3 New boxing and Muay Thai classes aim to help boost post-lockdown mood
- 4 5 Great Cambridgeshire places to find a Great British pie
- 5 Make Lunch Royston: Drop-ins back at vital summer holidays support scheme
- 6 Community rallies together to clean up church after 'mindless' vandalism
- 7 New president takes over at Rotary Club
- 8 New care home for Royston unanimously approved
- 9 Royston chairman: RNLI volunteers never question or criticise - they save lives
- 10 Submissions open for Hertfordshire charity photography exhibition
9 – South Cambs District Council announced they were cancelling plans for a gypsy site in Bassingbourn, but another location had been put forward.
16 – X-Factor’s Olly Murs was snapped with a fan when he popped into Tesco’s in Royston.
16 – Greneway School head of PE Terry Graves called proposed school sport cuts “devastating.” Education secretary Michael Gove partially backed-down over the cuts the following week.