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A zoo keeper has died following what has been described as a “very serious incident” at Hamerton Zoo Park this morning (Monday).

The Planning Inspectorate has upheld an appeal against refusal to grant permission to convert a former pub in Huntingdon into five new properties.

A man was rushed to hospital with a head injury at the weekend after a collision near Wyton.

An action group has been launched by concerned villagers in Hemingford Abbots to “fight plans to dump a giant recycling plant on their doorsteps”.

A group of St Neots parents whose children have been denied places at the Round House School on Love’s Farm are campaigning to secure entry in time for the September intake.

St Neots News

Friday, May 26, 2017

A group of St Neots parents whose children have been denied places at the Round House School on Love’s Farm are campaigning to secure entry in time for the September intake.

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Dozens of homes and businesses in St Neots are now without electricity as engineers work to use restore power.

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Pupils from Bushmead Primary School in Eaton Socon visited The Hillings care home to take part in a project called Pimp my Zimmer.

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A St Neots nursing home resident says having faith and a tot of whiskey in the evenings are the secret to a long and happy life.

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Three people are being questioned by police following a raid in St Neots this morning (Tuesday).

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Sport

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Tommy Martin was the man who had it all. The youngest English champion ever, a regular fixture on televised shows, the adulation of an army of supporters, and a skill-set which looked to be set to take him to the very top.

The Huntingdonshire Mini-Soccer League cup finals threw up plenty of excitement recently.

There were a couple of firsts in Whiting & Partners Division Two of the Cambs & Hunts Premier League last Saturday.

St Ives collected their first Cambs & Hunts Premier League triumph of the summer today – and it was enough to lift them off the bottom of Whiting & Partners Division One.

What's On

Saturday, May 27, 2017

As the guitar came in with the sultry, hypnotic line that drives The Man Who Sold The World (title track of David Bowie’s third album), you could feel the anticipation in the audience for singer Alex Thomas to enter with the well-known yearning vocal. Along with it, the Latin beat of this tune sent an electrifying pulse through the crowd.

Huntingdon Drama Club is performing the John Godber and Jane Thornton comedy Shakers next month.

Recommended Film of the Week: Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge (12A)

St Neots Market Square will play host to a bumper market this coming weekend to coincide with the Whitsun Bank Holiday and the start of half term.

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