Review of the year - January
We look back at 12 months in Crow Country - starting with January
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.
7 – The first paper of the year brought fearful news for one of Royston’s most celebrated events – the Arts Festival.
A spokesman for the volunteer group that runs the annual event admitted there was a “very real possibility” no festival would go ahead in 2010 due to a lack of organisers.
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Thankfully, a group led by chairman Graham Palmer eventually came forward to produce another successful carnival of music, art and culture, held in September.
Also this month
- 1 Jail for thief who stole scrap metal worth hundreds
- 2 Three household waste collection crews suspended
- 3 Have your say on Barkway Road development proposal
- 4 Family builds fairy garden for grandchildren during lockdown
- 5 Arrest made after woman verbally abused in alleyway
- 6 Consultation on East West Rail route opens
- 7 'Community campaigns are making an impact, so have your say on rail link'
- 8 Where has the Duke of Edinburgh visited in Hertfordshire?
- 9 Family remembers teacher Frank who taught many how to swim
- 10 What can open on April 12 when lockdown rules ease?
14 - An arson attack destroyed a playground in Newmarket Road, Royston.
21 - The consultation for the development of Fish Hill Square began. Since then a plan has been approved by North Herts District Council.
28 - Parents hit out at security at Roman Way First School, after two four-year-old children left the premises during school hours. They were found at a nearby park.