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A safe was stolen by thieves in a raid at a community centre in Huntingdon.

Alexandru Petrescu

Five men have been jailed for carrying out violent attack in Huntingdon earlier this year.

Residents in Huntingdonshire are being urged to make sure they don’t lose their right to vote as part of the annual voter registration process.

Police are appealing for witnesses to a robbery and attempted robbery in Huntingdon.

Lord Toby Jug at St Ives

The leader of the Eccentric Party of Great Britain has lost out in his bid to win the Westminster seat of former prime minister, David Cameron.

St Neots News

Katy with her daughter Hattie.

A St Neots-based dance teacher has launched what is thought to be the first wheelchair classes in the area.

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Ernulf Academy

A St Neots secondary school has been recognised for a key initiative aimed at promoting sporting opportunities.

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Fire crews were called to rescue a Jack Russell that had become trapped after running into a rabbit warren.

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Front (L-R) Diane Childs, shop manager, Babs Baxter, owner, Jane Smith.
Back (L-R) Claire Ralph, crochet tutor,Zena Cooper, Andy Childs, music street manager, Nikki Rose and Jess Reddy.

A shop owner in St Neots has come up with a novel way of raising money for this year’s British Legion Poppy Appeal.

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The Topping Out ceremoney at Nelson's Lodge

A ceremony was held last week to mark the placing of the final roof tile at a new care home in Eaton Socon.

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Tom Coles hit a late winner for Eynesbury Rovers last Saturday.

Eynesbury produced a second-half turnaround to equal a long-standing club record last Saturday . . . now boss Mark Ducket wants his men to create one of their own tomorrow.

Godmanchester Rovers manager Adie Cambridge.

Godmanchester Rovers enter the FA Vase in upbeat mood tomorrow - despite facing the toughest of tasks.

Huntingdon boss Bob Warby.

Boss Bob Warby watched his Huntingdon jump off the bottom of the United Counties League Premier Division table last Saturday and match their points tally gained in the whole of last season - but he still wants plenty more from his men.

Mike Hornby at full stretch for St Neots 1sts in their East Men's League victory against Wisbech 2nds. Picture: BARRY GIDDINGS.

The two leading teams in the area look set to become involved in a battle for East Men’s League promotion.

Beatrice Pauley of St Ives CC on her way to winning the Under 14 girls race at the Central Region League cyclocross event in Leighton Buzzard.

St Ives Cycling Club star Beatrice Pauley picked herself up from two crashes to pedal to glory last Sunday.

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A Princess Undone

Review: A Princess Undone - The Cambridge Arts Theatre.

The Simpletone

St Neots-based band The Simpletone will release their eagerly-awaited third album Angels’ Share next month.

Tom Hanks stars in Inferno

Inferno (12A) starring Tom Hanks is in cinemas now.

Lee Child's new book is Night School.

The 21st Jack Reacher book will be released on November 7.

Greek Play

The Greeks had a word for it – and that was phenomenal. Once again, the Cambridge students have played a blinder.

Join Vindis Volkswagen at their As Good As New Event between 6th – 24th October 2016

If you’re looking to buy a used Volkswagen, now’s the time to do it.

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