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Yesterday, 15:46

Upwood Primary School has again been rated ‘good’ by Ofsted inspectors.

A former Littlehey Prison worker is to appear at an employment tribunal today (Thursday) to challenge a ruling over his right to read Bible passages to fellow inmates.

For most visitors the Time and Tide Museum’s new Titanic exhibition is a glimpse into one of the most significant of historical events.

The owner of a health food store which has been supplying shoppers in St Neots for more than three decades will retire later this month.

A community group in St Neots is gearing up for a weekend of traditional events to celebrate May Day.

St Neots News

Yesterday, 07:54

The owner of a health food store which has been supplying shoppers in St Neots for more than three decades will retire later this month.

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A community group in St Neots is gearing up for a weekend of traditional events to celebrate May Day.

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A motorist was cut free from the wreckage of their car following a collision near Southoe on Friday.

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Motorists are being advised to expect length delays following a collision on the A1 near St Neots.

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Staff and pupils at Longsands Academy in St Neots have paid tribute to teacher Dr Sarah Miller who died during the Easter break.

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Sport

Yesterday, 23:52

Huntingdon brought the curtain down on their best season to date with a fine comeback to complete a high-scoring success.

Eynesbury manager Mark Ducket was left ‘over the moon’ by his side’s Hunts Senior Cup success.

A century of goals for one club is a hell of achievement, but number 101 proved even more special for Eynesbury hero Tom Coles tonight as it secured Hunts Senior Cup glory.

Huntingdon BRJ youngsters claimed a hat-trick of podium finishes at the Duston Junior Triathlon.

More than 1,000 young runners attended the Cambridgeshire Primary Schools Cross Country Relay Championships held in St Neots.

What's On

Yesterday, 00:40

Having postponed their gig at the Junction in December last year due to the lead singer Davy Carton undergoing a minor throat operation, there was great anticipation for the return of The Saw Doctors to Cambridge on April 24.

This is an enchanting evening. English Touring Opera’s Patience is fizzing, buzzing, funny all the way through and delightful. It’s a confection of perfection.

Set in a time of war, Tosca is a melodrama. It is high Victorian theatre, if you can call the Italian Puccini a Victorian.

How do you create a comedy about a third of the country living below the poverty line while three quarters of MPs are millionaires? It’s a tough one, but for the most part funny man Jonny Donahoe and guitarist Paddy Gervers succeed.

Comedian Jeremy Hardy will bring his stand-up show to St Ives next week and there’s still time to buy tickets.

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