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Police moved to arrest two men after reports of an altercation in Huntingdon this morning (Tuesday).

The Duchess of Gloucester paid a special visit to the Papworth Trust as part of the charity’s 100th anniversary celebrations.

A man was airlifted to hospital yesterday (Monday) after suffering a fall in Ramsey.

A bake-off and Macmillian coffee morning event is being held at St Mary’s Church, in Eaton Socon, on Saturday.

A new set of district-wide rules for dog owners have been backed by Huntingdonshire District Council in a bid to clamp down on irresponsible behaviour.

St Neots News

A bake-off and Macmillian coffee morning event is being held at St Mary’s Church, in Eaton Socon, on Saturday.

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More than 50 tonnes of straw was set ablaze by arsonists in Stonely this morning (Monday).

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A new family-run gym has opened its doors in St Neots.

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Householders in the district are being encouraged to think harder about recycling.

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Police have released CCTV images of a man they would like to speak to in connection with credit card fraud in St Neots.

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St Ives Town manager Ricky Marheineke praised the attitude and application of his players after they snapped a five-match Southern League Premier Division losing streak.

Huntingdon Boat Club provided a long list of winners at the Milton Keynes Regatta last Saturday.

Promoted St Ives 1sts made a terrific start to life in Division Two North of the East Men’s League with a season-opening success last Saturday.

St Ives Cycling Club talents starred in the late summer sunshine when enjoying a successful start to the Central League season last Saturday.

Brampton boss Wayne Ambler will resist the temptation to get carried away by a terrific start to the Cambs League top-flight campaign.

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Huntingdon Drama Club is in rehearsal for its November production of Arthur Miller’s masterpiece of 20th century drama The Crucible.

There can’t be many venues across the UK and beyond that British folk ambassadors Show of Hands have not already conquered with their inimitable delivery of sensational folk, roots and acoustic music.

Frederick Knott’s thriller Wait Until Dark, first staged in 1966, is a piece of theatrical history. Whether it should be taken off the shelf, have the dust blown off it and staged again 50 years later is another question.

The Diary of Anne Frank will be performed in Huntingdon in November by the Shakespeare at the George (SatG) In The Palour company.

Images of the rock band Queen - many of which have never been seen in public before - will be exhibited in Cambourne on Friday.

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