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Fri, 19:33
Road works

Planning to travel in the next few days, check out the Highways Agency’s list of roadworks in the East of England

A 20-year-old motorist was found to be five times over the drug drive limit after leading police on a high-speed pursuit through Huntingdonshire.

Sam and Alyssa Newland, Hannah and Louise Potter, Debbie Townsend, Ian Jackson, and Nathan Potter.

Youngsters being treated at Hinchingbrooke Hospital were in for a sweet surprise on August 24, when more than 700 chocolate bars were delivered to Holly Ward.

Rebecca Durham from St Neots, appealing for chickenpox vaccination

After losing her daughter at nine-months-old to chickenpox, Rebecca Durham has joined a campaign for all children to be given a vaccination to fight the infectious disease.

Police have issued a reminder to check home security, after reports of a distraction burglary in Kimbolton yesterday evening (August 25).

St Neots News

Fri, 12:00
Rebecca Durham from St Neots, appealing for chickenpox vaccination

After losing her daughter at nine-months-old to chickenpox, Rebecca Durham has joined a campaign for all children to be given a vaccination to fight the infectious disease.

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Hinchingbrooke School students Grace Redwood, Alex Laycock, Charlie Leggett and Chloe Drewery

Students across Huntingdonshire collected their GCSE exam results on Thursday

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New St Neots Town Development Manager Katie Williams,

St Neots Town Council has appointed a new town development manager to raise the profile of the town.

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Poppyfields, Eynesbury,

A woman who was found dead at Poppyfields care home in Eynesbury has been named by police.

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A woman who went on a stealing spree to feed a drug habit has been handed a three-month prison sentence.

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Sport

Thu, 08:26
Matty Bannister struck twice for Eynesbury Rovers.

Eynesbury Rovers sealed their place in the FA Cup first qualifying round for the first time in more than 20 years after defeating Huntingdonshire rivals Godmanchester Rovers 3-1 in a preliminary round replay.

Joint boss Robbie O'Keefe has stepped down from his St Neots Town role.

St Neots Town joint manager Robbie O’Keefe has stepped down from the post.

St Ives players celebrate a Nikhil Kumpukkal wicket against Huntingdon & District. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

St Ives snatched a dramatic derby victory to move to within touching distance of promotion in Tucker Gardner League Division Two.

Celebration time for Ryan Wood after heading Godmanchester Rovers level in their FA Cup tie at Eynesbury Rovers. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Two Huntingdonshire teams will meet again for a place in the first qualifying round of the FA Cup.

Jordan Patrick bagged both goals as St Neots Town triumphed at Weymouth. Picture: CLAIRE HOWES

St Neots Town hit the right notes – on the pitch at least – during a day of firsts.

What's On

Fri, 16:43
Little Gransden Air & Vintage Vehicle Show,

This year’s Little Gransden Air and Car Show on Sunday will offer visitors the usual mix of family entertainment and flying displays.

Pride and Prejudice

The Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre production of Pride and Prejudice - first staged in 2013 - returns to Cambridge in October.

David Brent

The Hunts Post has teamed up with Cineworld to give away four pairs of tickets for Huntingdon and St Neots Cineworld.

The Things We Wish Were True

The Things We Wish Were True, by Marybeth Mayhew Whalen is the recommended book of the week.

Syd Barrett who died in 2006

Several events have been organised to mark the life and work of former Pink Floyd member - Syd Barrett .

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