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Yesterday, 16:02
Secret Garden Party 2016,

There was an other-worldly feel around Abbots Ripton as thousands of people descended on the village for the annual Secret Garden Party event.

Motorists are being urged to park responsibly in St Ives following an increase in offences in the town centre.

Diamond Anniversary  of Joyce and Geoff Hookham from St Ives

A couple who met through their shared love of cricket are set to celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary.

Ermine Street, Huntingdon

Councillors have backed plans for six new flats beside a busy road junction in Huntingdon – despite objections from neighbours.

Huntingdonshire District Council will consider the plans.

A developer has submitted plans to build dozens of new homes in Brampton.

St Neots News

Thursday, July 21, 2016
Victorian Festival, St Neots, (l-r) Eaton May Queen Kirusana, Queen Eve Bacon, Steve Bacon, and Ashley from St Neots

Corsets, curiosities and all things Victorian provided some educational entertainment on St Neots Market Square at the weekend.

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Squires Court, Eaton Socon,

Residents across Huntingdonshire are calling on the district and county councils to act to tackle an increasing number of overgrown grass verges which are making neighbourhoods look “a terrible mess”.

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Highways England

A stretch of the A428 between Caxton Gibbet and St Neots will be closed overnight for more than four months to allow for re-surfacing works to take place.

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Hoverfly

An ecologist studying at Manchester Metropolitan University is calling on the people of St Neots to help uncover the travel habits of hoverflies.

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Barclays, Great Whyte, Ramsey,

An “iconic” building in Ramsey could be set for new owners after the town council announced it was exploring plans to move to a new base.

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Sport

Sunday, July 24, 2016
Bevis Moynan bagged four wickets for Godmanchester.

Ramsey suffered a potentially costly defeat in their chase for the Tucker Gardner League Division One title yesterday.

A crew in action at a past regatta in St Neots.

More than 1,000 rowers are set to descend on St Neots this weekend for one of the largest annual regattas in the UK.

New Godmanchester Rovers manager Adie Cambridge. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Boss Adie Cambridge insists there is no crisis at Godmanchester Rovers despite losing almost a full squad of players.

New St Ives Town signing Allan Owen.

St Ives Town manager Ricky Marheineke has boosted his attacking options . . . by signing a player he coached as an eight-year old.

St Neots Town manager Andy Davies (left) welcomes new signing Micky Hyem.

Midfield star Micky Hyem has become the latest player to tread the familiar path between Godmanchester Rovers and St Neots Town this summer.

What's On

Yesterday, 09:35
Cambridge Shakespeare Festival

Lines known the world-over will be performed at the Cambridge Shakespeare Festival (CSF) this summer, with the likes of Coriolanus, Henry V and A Comedy of Errors taking to the stage.

The BFG

BFG (PG) An orphan named Sophie finds herself snatched away from the orphanage one morning by a friendly giant she names the BFG.

Recommended DVD of the Week

Thursday, July 21, 2016
London has Fallen

London has Fallen (15)

Victorian Festival, St Neots, (l-r) Eaton May Queen Kirusana, Queen Eve Bacon, Steve Bacon, and Ashley from St Neots

Corsets, curiosities and all things Victorian provided some educational entertainment on St Neots Market Square at the weekend.

The Cambridge Folk Festival is now sold out

Cambridge Live, organisers of the Cambridge Folk Festival, have confirmed that the 2016 event has now sold out, continuing a 23-year tradition.

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