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Yesterday, 11:51

People living in Huntingdon will have the chance to quiz their councillors at the annual meeting of Huntingdon Town Council.

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

Student police officers from Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire constabularies attended a riot training session, where they were faced with a number of different tasks to deal with.

The weather is set fair for the weekend, with temperatures set to climb.

New CCTV footage has been released of a man who police would like to speak to in connection with the theft of thousands of pounds worth of mobile phones.

St Neots News

Yesterday, 11:48

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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A teenager who faces daily challenges due to a debilitating health condition was invited to spend a day at Huntingdon ambulance station.

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A St Neots mum who is about to embark on her third childrens’ book is taking part in a competition to discover new business talent.

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Fri, 12:35

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.

There may be a more amusing version of The Marriage of Figaro than this one from English Touring Opera, but I haven’t seen it and don’t expect to. This ingenious English translation by Jeremy Sams rhymes and it’s cheeky. When Antonio, the gardener describes seeing a man fall out a woman’s bedroom window and he’s asked where the is man now, he sings: “I don’t know, he buggered off.”


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