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Villagers in Warboys who campaigned against hazardous waste being dumped at a landfill site fear they have a new battle on their hands after a bid to build a £16 million combined heat and power plant emerged.

The first giant beams creating a new A14 bridge across the east coast main railway line near Offord have been lowered into place.

Investigations are taking place in a bid to find out why water in a stream in Huntingdon has been turning bright green and blue.

Organisations across St Neots donned their spotty costumes to raise hundreds of pounds for Children in Need on Friday.

Representatives from Cambridgeshire’s emergency services gathered at RAF Wyton on Monday to mark the beginning of Road Safety Week and to encourage drivers to stay safe on the district’s roads.

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Organisations across St Neots donned their spotty costumes to raise hundreds of pounds for Children in Need on Friday.

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A new ethical fashion business which helps female victims of violence in India has launched a Crowdfunding campaign to take it to the next level.

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Parishioners and volunteers managed to raise more than £4,000 at a Christmas fayre at St Mary’s Church, in Eaton Socon.

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Staff and pupils at Priory Junior School in St Neots are celebrating after achieving a gold standard award for their commitment to physical education.

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Book firm Waterstones is set to return to St Neots more than three years after it pulled out - and will be moving back in to its old premises in the former Barretts department store.

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Sport

Huntingdon has a new national sporting champion . . . and he is just 10 years of age.

St Ives 2nds collected a valuable victory against another set of East Men’s League promotion rivals last Saturday.

St Ives Ladies 1sts collected a first East Women’s League win of the season last Saturday – at the ninth attempt.

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The title of this play will mean something immediately to anyone who knows about addiction. To recover, you need to stay away from the people who might encourage you to relapse, the places you go to get high and the things that are triggers.

Many things signify the run-up to Christmas - the hotly anticipated John Lewis advert, people adorning their houses with lights and Christmas figurines and the Round Table Santa sleighs descending on the streets of Huntingdon and St Neots.

The Aragon Singers of Buckden are offering a double bill of Christmas music during December.

Newmarket Racecourse and the Jockey Club Live have announced that The Vamps will perform at the racecourse in 2018.

A host of incentives have been planned by the Huntingdon First group to entice people to do their Christmas shopping in the town.

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