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MP Jonathan Djanogly, presents pupils from Godmanchester Primary School (l-r) Emma, Matthew, and Amelia, with Modeshifts STARS National Award

Pupils at Godmanchester Community Primary School have been awarded for taking on the challenge of cycling to school.

Buckden Primary School pupils at Grafham Water

Pupils from Buckden Primary School breathed new life into Grafham Water’s drought garden as part of National Gardening Week.

Two former Kimbolton School teachers charged with a number of sex offences against children are due to appear at Peterborough Crown Court on Tuesday (May 3).

Huntingdon Bowls Club refurbishment, (l-r) Secretary Mike Anderson, and Chairman Mick Verlander,

Bowls club members have celebrated the opening of their redeveloped clubhouse after suffering three break-ins and a fire last year.

Fire service investigators believe an electrical adaptor was to blame for a blaze which broke out at a pub in Eaton Socon on Thursday night (April 28).

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Fri, 13:17

Fire service investigators believe an electrical adaptor was to blame for a blaze which broke out at a pub in Eaton Socon on Thursday night (April 28).

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Cambridgeshire Schools Cross Country Relays, at Priory Junior School,

More than 900 young runners turned out to take part in the Cambridgeshire Primary Schools Cross County Championships held in St Neots.

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Tarik Abdel-hady. Picture:

A dedicated fundraiser from St Neots is preparing to cycle from London to Brighton to raise funds for the British Heart Foundation.

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The Priory Centre, St Neots,

Councillors have called for a “forensic examination” of St Neots Town Council’s final accounts for 2014-15 after “discrepancies” in the figures were discovered.

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100 year old, Louisa Moore, at the Red House, Ramsey,

A life-long Tottenham Hotspur fan – who used to make the tea for the club manager – has celebrated her 100th birthday.

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Yesterday, 21:29
Eynesbury Rovers man Joe Bradbury conceded a soft penalty against Leicester Nirvana. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

There was double disappointment at the end of a Hall Road humdinger on the final day of the United Counties League Premier Division season.

Godmanchester Rovers receive the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division runners-up shield.

Godmanchester Rovers were presented with the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division runners-up shield before signing off in smooth style.

Huntingdon Town manager Bob Warby.

Huntingdon hope to end their torrid season on a high with victory in their final match.

Eynesbury Rovers manager Mark Ducket. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Disappointed manager Mark Ducket has diagnosed his Eynesbury Rovers players as suffering from a serious Hunts Senior Cup final hangover.

Ben Seymour-Shove of St Ives Town. Picture: LOUISE THOMPSON

Ben Seymour-Shove would love to help his hometown club to promotion.

What's On

Thu, 13:17
Don Giovanni

English Touring Opera at Cambridge Arts Theatre until Saturday, April 30. Review of Mozart’s Don Giovanni by ANGELA SINGER.

HMS Pinafore

If you like your Gilbert and Sullivan served in a traditional way: Victorian costumes and unfussy singing, you may want to give this HMS Pinafore a wide berth. Sasha Regan’s all-male version of the 1878 operetta tears up the D’Oyly Carte songbook to create a rather audacious, determinedly beefy but somehow unsatisfying production.

Chiquito, Tower Fields, Huntingdon.

Having visited Chiquito a couple of times before I had an idea of what was on offer but, following a visit to the restaurant in Huntingdon, I was surprised at the delights it has on offer on the new menu.

Shakespeare Festival

The Commemoration Hall in Huntingdon is hosting a Shakespeare Festival this weekend to mark the 400th anniversary of the Bard’s death.

King George III

The Commemoration Hall in Huntingdon will play host to the Huntingdon Drama Club’s spring production, The Madness of George III, this week; a fictional, biographical account of the king’s battle with mental illness.

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