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The Queen has approved a new royal title for Papworth Hospital.

Cambridgeshire County Council is calling on the government to give schools a fairer deal on education spending, ahead of further consultation on 
a national funding formula this month.

Police have released CCTV images of a man they would like to speak to in connection with a burglary in Godmanchester.

The air ambulance was called after a man suffered serious injuries in an incident involving farm machinery in Papworth Everard.

Police have confirmed that the death of a man in Hemingford Grey is not being treated as suspicious.

St Neots News

Wed, 11:49

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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A meeting is being held in St Neots next week to discuss plans to build the first of three new primary schools on the eastern edge of the town.

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Huntingdon Market Square was alive with the sound of battle drums on Saturday as members of the Sealed Knot Society attended an event to mark the 375th anniversary of the start of the English Civil War.

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Police are appealing for witnesses following a collision on the A14 near Huntingdon this morning (Tuesday).

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St Neots runner Ricky Taylor has raised hundreds of pounds for charity after completing the Great North Run on September 10.

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Yesterday, 16:02

Huntingdon Gymnastics Club enjoyed medal success at the British Team Championships.

Rising Huntingdon Gymnastics Club star Jake Jarman earned two medals in a major international event at the weekend.

Huntingdon Town co-boss Jimmy Brattan blasted the referee who issued 10 cards to his team as they bowed out of the United Counties League KO Cup last night.

Prolific striker Tom Meechan is set for a surprise return to St Neots Town.

Dean Watson will succeed the retiring Mark Frost as Hunts FA county secretary next year.

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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.

Comedian and political commentator Mark Thomas brings his A Show That Gambles on the Future to the Cambridge Junction on November 8.

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