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Yesterday, 16:15

A St Neots-based solicitor took part in Sunday’s London Marathon as part of a fund-raising team that raised thousands of pounds for charity.

A man was arrested and later cautioned by police after reports of violence following a football match in St Ives on Saturday.

A stream in Huntingdon which baffled residents by constantly changing colour has been polluted again - this time by oil being dumped in the water.

A St Neots family have been reunited with their ginger tom cat - four months after he went missing in a snow storm.

The Rotary Club of St Ives arranged for members of the Heron Club to participate in a Disability Games event in Lincolnshire.

St Neots News

Yesterday, 16:15

A St Neots-based solicitor took part in Sunday’s London Marathon as part of a fund-raising team that raised thousands of pounds for charity.

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A St Neots family have been reunited with their ginger tom cat - four months after he went missing in a snow storm.

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St Neots Golf Club has raised more than £12,000 for Alzheimer’s Research UK.

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According to an online study by Research Without Boarders, we East Anglians are the second biggest coffee drinkers in the UK, second only to residents in the South West.

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Sport

Yesterday, 14:05

Ramsey star Connor Stuart has tasted success at two major events in recent weeks.

A slice of footballing history was created by St Ives Rangers Under 16 Girls last week.

Champions St Ives continued their quest to reach a Midlands Division Three East (South) century last Saturday.

St Ives duo Sam Hasted and Rory Crouch enjoyed medal success at the Junior Inter-Regional Regatta last Saturday.

St Ives were the only local team to make a successful start to the Cambs & Hunts Premier League season yesterday.

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Two powerful women walk on to the stage in identical clothes, black velvet trouser suits. There is a thrill of tension. One will play Mary Stuart, Mary Queen of Scots, the other will play Queen Elizabeth I. The audience doesn’t know who will play who, and neither do they. At each performance, the spin of a coin will decide. When the courtiers bow to the queen, the die is cast, the play starts.

A young ballet dancer has been appearing in an English Youth Ballet production after being chosen from hundreds of hopefuls.

Everything that opera can do is here. English Touring Opera’s double bill of short Puccini operas, which reached Cambridge Arts Theatre this week (April 16-21) included the tragic Il Tabarro (the cloak) and the comic opera Gianni Schicchi named after a character who deceives all the others to do a good deed.

Buckfest Music Festival organisers are on “cloud nine” after this year’s event sold out just hours after the tickets went on sale.

Award-winning folk duo Megson are staging a concert for pre-school children at the Cambridge Junction on Sunday, April 22.

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