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Wetherspoons, George Street, Huntingdon,

Pub chain JD Wetherspoon has told The Hunts Post that work will start on the Old Post Office and George Hall on Monday (February 15) and will open later this year.

15-year-old Sherry Smith

Police are appealing for help to find 15-year-old Sherry Smith who has been missing for more than 24 hours.

Lakes Business Park at Galley Hill, illegal immigrants,

A lorry carrying suspected illegal immigrants has been stopped on the A14 near St Ives.

The eastbound carriageway of the A14 has been closed following an accident involving two cars and a lorry.


A developer has applied for planning permission to build up to 150 homes in Brampton.

St Neots News

Thu, 12:00
Councillor Barry Chapman

Plans to build new storage facilities on a former airfield near St Neots have sparked fears that hundreds more lorries on the A428 could cause misery for motorists.

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Cambridge Crown Court.

A court has heard that a man who carried an axe and an air rifle in St Neots was “mentally unwell at the time of the offences” and handed him a hospital order.

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Quora Retail Park, Eaton Socon,

Around 200 jobs will be created when the Quora Retail Park in Eaton Socon opens in the next few weeks and The Hunts Post can confirm that Pets at Home and B&M Bargains will be the first stores to open their doors.

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Police were called to St Neots at lunchtime today (Monday) after reports of a man with a machete in Naseby Gardens.

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Police arrest a man in connection with robbery in a St Neots bank

Officers investigating an armed robbery at NatWest Bank, in St Neots, in December have made an arrest.

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Micky Hyem hit one of the goals as Godmanchester Rovers sank leaders Norwich United.

Godmanchester boss Matt Clements issued glowing praise to his Rovers players after they completed a memorable double over the table-topping reigning champions yesterday.

Tom Meechan seen scoring for St Neots Town earlier this season. Picture: CLAIRE HOWES

Football League strugglers Newport County are understood to be winning the race for sought-after St Neots Town striker Tom Meechan.

Action from Eynesbury Rovers' 2-1 defeat against Sleaford. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

All good things must come to an end – and today that was the case for Eynesbury Rovers’ terrific unbeaten run.

St Ives Town manager Ricky Marheineke.

St Ives Town suffered a costly defeat in their chase for Southern League Division One (Central) promotion.

Tom Meechan of St Neots Town. Picture: CLAIRE HOWES

St Neots Town hot-shot Tom Meechan is on the radar of Football League and Conference clubs.

What's On

Fri, 09:00
An Evening of Murder with Dr Lucy Worsley

Renowned historian and BBC presenter Dr Lucy Worsley returns to the Arts Theatre in Cambridge to investigate the public’s fascination with murder. In a one-night show, An Evening of Murder, she will look at notorious crimes and criminals, and discus the phenomenon of murder as a form of middle-class entertainment.

Sebastian & Me

A short film shot by Channel 7 Productions, a film organisation in St Neots, premiered at Cineworld in the town on February 7.

Sean Alexander

One of the UK’s best illusionists - Sean Alexander, known as The Confusionist - announces his debut UK tour for 2016 which includes a date in St Ives.

The Money

Cambridge Junction’s spring theatre and dance season kicks off on February 16 with a performance of interactive theatre called The Money.

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