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The man responsible for the new St Ives Town Football Club Scholarship programme believes it will create excellent opportunities for the town’s youngsters.

Daniel Bayles will be pounding the streets of London this April.

Running the London Marathon is a tough enough challenge for anyone, but doing it two days after your father’s sudden death takes a special type of courage and determination.

Fire crews and medics rescue a motorcyclist from a ditch by the A428 near St Neots. Picture: CAMBS FIRE AND RESCUE

Ladders and a stretcher had to be used to rescue a man who ended up in a roadside ditch after an accident on the A428 near St Neots.

Chrissy Brown, from Eaton Ford, who is a finalist in shed of the year competition

Seasoned traveller Chrissy Brown has created a small piece of heaven in her Eaton Ford back garden.

Laura Humphreys

A Huntingdon woman who struggles with complex mental health issues has published an emotional open letter to her family and friends in the hope that more people will gain an insight and understanding into mental illness.

St Neots News

Ladders and a stretcher had to be used to rescue a man who ended up in a roadside ditch after an accident on the A428 near St Neots.

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Chrissy Brown, from Eaton Ford, who is a finalist in shed of the year competition

Seasoned traveller Chrissy Brown has created a small piece of heaven in her Eaton Ford back garden.

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A 16-year-old from St Neots who suffers from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is appealing to the public to help raise the £9,000 needed for a double hip replacement for her assistance dog Hunter.

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Toseland Yelling crash,

Two drivers were taken to hospital with minor injuries this morning after a two-vehicle collision in Toseland, near St Neots.

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Police will team up with a new security guard at Loves Farm's Tesco.

Tesco has employed a security officer after a spate of thefts at its Express store on Loves Farm in St Neots.

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Sport

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Huntingdon man Danny King has been named in the Great Britain side to race in Event Two of the World Cup.

St Ives boxing star Shona Whitwell pictured with sponsors Aran McNish of Opalbond (left) and Stuart Simpson of Regin Plumbing & Heating Products (right).

Father and coach Steve Whitwell was left disgusted after seeing his daughter Shona’s bid for world glory wrecked by a controversial piece of judging.

Jon Railton in action in the latest round of the National Superstock 1000 Championship at Donington Park. Picture: NIGEL SHEARING

Jon Railton cut a frustrated figure after the fourth round of the National Superstock 1000 Championship on Sunday.

Ella Blake (left) and Siobhan Skinner (right) of Hunts AC both won county titles.

Llewelyn Thomas and Alice Claridge completed golden doubles as Hunts AC captured a huge haul of Cambridgeshire County Championship medals.

The St Ives team which won the Ely Mixed Hockey Tournament. Pictured are back row, left to right, Dave Land, Kerri O'Hara, Alex Ginns, Holly Stride, Sally King, Brad Forsdick, Matt Pearson, Mike England, front, Lyndsey Burrell, Tim Jones, Tom Laskey, Robbie Philpott.

St Ives won the annual Ely City Mixed Hockey Tournament in dramatic style.

What's On

Tickets are now on sale for this year’s Gransden Air and Car Show, but you could be there for free, courtesy of The Hunts Post.

Stewart Francis brings his tour to Cambridge

Comedian Stewart Francis has embarked on a new stand-up tour called Pun Gent which will be stopping off in Cambridge next month.

Jason Bryne

Comedian Jason Byrne has been thrilling crowds with his unique style for 20 years and has just announced a new UK tour, which includes Cambridge.

Miss Marple solves another murder in Chipping Cheghorn

Most amateur dramatic groups in the country have produced an Agatha Christie play at some point in their history and a few recent interpretations have been very radical indeed.

The Centre Theatre Players cast for Boogie Nights

In a production awash with platform heels, sequins and high pitched solos…and that was only the men…The Centre Theatre Players blamed it on the boogie and took us back to those heady yet colourful days of the 70s when you could lose your heart to a Starship Trouper whilst Kung Fu Fighting.

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