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Two robbers who attacked a young man with a chain in a Huntingdon underpass have been jailed.

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Reporter Lauren Nash and shearer Ben Wheeler removing an alpaca's fleece.

It’s one of the more unusual aspects of spring in Huntingdonshire... shearing an 800-strong herd of alpacas.

Holly Greenhow in the F+F advert.

A nine-year-old girl with cerebral palsy has been chosen to feature in Tesco’s latest series of adverts.

St Helen's deputy head Emma Smith and executive head Judith Branch celebrate a good Ofted with pupils.

St Helen’s Primary School in Bluntisham is celebrating after its improvement in standards was acknowledged by Ofsted.

St Neots News

Saturday, March 28, 2015

An outdoor performance depicting the last week in the life of Jesus Christ will take place in St Neots on Easter Sunday (April 5).

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Scott Preston.

The head of a St Neots academy has defended his school against an Ofsted inspector’s report that in “a number of lessons” pupils showed “apathy, boredom and rudeness” to teachers and an allegation that the teaching was poor.

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Hinchingbrooke Country Park by Tom Satherley of Brampton Road, Huntingdon.

The wait is almost over to discover which of more than 900 entries for The Hunts Post 2015 Photo Competition have been picked as winners.

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Rotary Club president David Lawrence, Brian Moore and Stephen Moody of Scope.

A sportsman’s dinner in St Neots that featured BBC commentator and former rugby international Brian Moore as the guest speaker raised more than £10,000 for charity.

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Bob Kimpton, of Brampton, took this photo of a bittern taking off from the reeds at Minsmere in Suffolk.

Entries for The Hunts Post 2015 Photo Competition are being processed in readiness to go on public display later this month.

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Wednesday, March 25, 2015

It’s now 10 successive league defeats and counting for free-falling Huntingdon Town.

Team GB Dragon Boat Team, train at St Neots Rowing Club, Gavin Sinclair, from St Neots,

Here is the newest international sportsman from St Neots...

Brett Longden on the ball for St Neots in their 0-0 draw at Cambridge City on Saturday. Picture by Claire Howes.

St Neots Town have returned to the Southern League Premier Division play-off places for the first time in three months.

Huntingdon Stags v Ilkeston,

The last time Huntingdon were able to toast a victory over long-standing rivals Kettering, Tony Blair was in power, Big Brother was new to our TV screens and we were boldly entering a new Millennium.

Action from Huntingdon Under 13s against Bedford in the East Midlands Plate Final.

Huntingdon Under 13s missed out in their bid for regional honours on Sunday.

What's On

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

The latest announcements for the Newmarket Nights concerts come amid considerable fanfare - powerhouse vocalist Tom Jones and pop stalwarts Boyzone are set to appear.


Wednesday, March 25, 2015
The Divergent Series: Insurgent.

Tris (Shailene Woodley) leads the fight for civilisation in this thrilling sequel to sci-fi hit Divergent.

Anna Sideris.

Four professional soloists will be the star attraction when St Neots Choral Society presents its spring concert on Saturday.

FILM REVIEW: Cinderella (U)

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Cinderella (U)

Rebecca at Cambridge Arts Theatre

Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca presented by Kneehigh Theatre at Cambridge Arts Theatre until Saturday (March 28).

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