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Young carers in Cambridgeshire were given a festive boost by the Rotary Club of Huntingdon Cromwell.

Patient services at Hinchingbrooke Hospital have been presented with six new wheelchairs, thanks to the hard work and generosity of the Friends of Hinchingbrooke Hospital group.

The manager of a golf club in St Ives has been crowned Newcomer of the Year at an industry awards evening.

Emergency repairs taking place to the A14 near Huntingdon today (Friday) should be completed before the evening rush hour, Highways England has said.

A new local plan which will help shape the face of Huntingdonshire until 2036 has cleared a major hurdle.

St Neots News

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Students from Longsands Academy presented their Christmas hampers to the St Neots foodbank on Monday.

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Pupils and staff at Priory Park Infant School and pre-school have been celebrating following a recent Ofsted inspection.

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Jonathan Djanogly and Heidi Allen were two of the Conservative MPs who helped defeat the government in last night’s vote for parliament to have a final say on the Brexit deal.

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The type of ammunition used by a police firearms unit has been changed following concerns raised by the coroner in the inquest of a man who was shot dead in St Neots.

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The Huntingdonshire Business Against Crime (HBAC) group is hoping to build on the success of last year’s Christmas crackdown on shoplifting and anti-social behaviour in the district’s towns.

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Sport

Seething St Ives Town boss Ricky Marheineke warned that repercussions will follow one of the worst performances of his managerial career.

Two of the hottest Hunts cricketing prospects received early Christmas presents – when earning places on Women’s Super League regional development centres for the second successive winter.

Manager Ricky Marheineke admits St Ives Town face a crucial spell in their Southern League Premier Division survival fight.

Eaton Socon have delivered a signal of Cambs & Hunts Premier League intent – by tempting local lad Joe Dawborn back to the club.

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One of the National Trust’s most well known tourist attractions is to open its doors all year round.

This Christmas period you can enter a winter wonderland at the North Pole Cambridge Festival on Parkers Piece.

Two musicians will be performing 12 gigs in one night to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Kasabian have announced a special gig as part of Forest Live, the summer concert series organised by the Forestry Commission.

Swing and sing-along into Christmas with the unique Five Star Swing Big Band show at the Burgess Hall in St Ives.

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