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Yesterday, 10:58

The chairman of St Ivo’s governing body has announced her resignation.


A Huntingdon man is in hospital after a crash that claimed the life of a Peterborough man.

A horse was rescued from a river at Earith. Picture: Cambs Fire

A horse was rescued from a river near Earith yesterday (Thursday).

Huntingdonshire District Council

Deeper cuts to public services are being planned by Huntingdonshire District Council over the next five years.

Work underway in Snowdonia Way.

Angry parents have described a decision to remove a children’s play area and replace it with a garden as “unacceptable and short-sighted”.

St Neots News

Wed, 16:30

St Neots Town FC have been stunned by the shock resignation of manager Gary King this afternoon (Wednesday).

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Police were called to the incident this morning.

A woman was hit by a car in St Neots this morning (Wednesday).

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Rail commuters from St Neots to the capital will have to pay more than £6,000 for an annual season ticket for the first time in the new year.

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Huntingdon MP Jonathan Djanogly wants to get the scheme off the ground.

First it was the A14, next was the A428, now we are joining forces with MP Jonathan Djanogly to kick-start the campaign to improve the A1.

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Promoting a previous free Christmas dinner campaign, with back right, owner Paul Shinners.

A St Neots café is once again offering a free dinner to anyone who finds themselves alone on Christmas Day.

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Wed, 11:25

Godmanchester co-boss Neville Nania reckons hot-shot striker Tom Meechan could be a big hit at higher levels – 
and he wants him to prove it with Rovers.

David Sayer (right) has been called up to the England Under 17 cricket squad.

A hot Huntingdonshire prospect has followed in the footsteps of his big brother by earning England recognition.

Gary Marheineke training with the England Amputee team at St Ives Outdoor Centre.

Gary Marheineke has described the experience of representing his country in a major international tournament as being “out of this world”.

Ben Seymour-Shove in action for St Ives Town against Daventry Town on December 13.

St Ives boss Ricky Marheineke hailed the club’s groundsman after seeing his team stretch their unbeaten run to six matches last Saturday.

Huntingdon Stags rugby v Market Rasen

Huntingdon made a triumphant return to the Racecourse for the first time in seven weeks.

What's On

Wed, 10:58

One husband, two feuding wives, and a whisper of mischief are the irresistible ingredients of Noël Coward’s unworldly comedy.

The Alabama Hayriders.

A country and western band who describe themselves as a “bunch of old men having some fun” have reformed after more than 30 years in the wilderness.

Filthy Rich.

They’ve shared a stage with rock heavyweights such as The Stranglers and Dr Feelgood, and now they will be helping you shake off those post-Christmas blues.

Brendan Cole.

He’s known for twirling celebrities around the ballroom floor on Strictly Come Dancing.

Bill Murray.

Bill Murray stars as Vincent, a down-and-out alcoholic who terrorises his new neighbours Maggie (Melissa McCarthy) and her son Oliver.

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