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The mother of a disabled teenager from St Neots is appealing to the public to help her raise the money to buy a new powered wheelchair.

The specially adapted bikes which are becoming increasinly popular at Hinchingbrooke County Park.

Rangers at Hinchingbrooke Country Park are looking to recruit maintenance volunteers to help look after a set of specially adapted bikes.

Left to right: Peter Menczer, clerk and trustee; Mia Davis, resident; Mike Baker, chairman and trustee; Angela Watts, resident, and Chris McCrae, architect.

The refurbishment work completed on the Huntingdon Almshouses in 2011 has won the Almshouse Associations Patrons Award.

Mark Lloyd

Mark Lloyd, the £190,000 a year chief executive of Cambridgeshire County Council, is to take an eight per cent pay cut – around £15,000 a year- to head up the Local Government Association.

Police have identified the driver of a lorry who died following a collision on the A14 at Alconbury on Monday (July 27).

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The mother of a disabled teenager from St Neots is appealing to the public to help her raise the money to buy a new powered wheelchair.

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Jo Gacon and John Foster survey the damage.

Skateboarders in St Neots are appealing to the public for help after discovering their ramp at the Riverside Park has become so damaged that it is now unusable.

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Huntingdonshire District Council

Arsonists set fire to a car on the A14 in the early hours of Saturday.

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Rescue Service
Traditional Fish and Chips, in St Neots.

Traditional Fish and Chips in St Neots has been shortlisted as one of the top chippies in the UK in the 2016 National Fish and Chip Awards.

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Graham, Adam and Dan Went from St Neots will be travelling to Zimbabwe with Mission Direct to help build a school in Mutare

Three generations from one family are taking a trip of a lifetime this summer,

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St Ives

St Ives Swimming Club star Andy Weatheritt grabbed silver medal glory at the British Championships last night (Wednesday).

Peter Clark scoring for St Neots Saints in their abandoned friendly against Team Bury on Tuesday night. Picture: CLAIRE HOWES

A pre-season friendly had to be abandoned on Tuesday night due to a serious injury.

Ricky Marheineke
Tom Johnson batting for Yelling in their victory over Needingworth. Picture: MATT POWER PHOTOGRAPHY

One local team boosted their promotion hopes by denting those of another in a Saturday showdown.

Tommy Martin celebrates his victory over Terry Needham in his last fight. Picture: LAWRENCE LUSTIG

No belt and no opponent . . . it’s no wonder Tommy Martin is a frustrated fighter.

Tommy Martin
Katherine Speed has been selected to compete for a place in the England Women's Under 15 winter training squad.

Hot Huntingdonshire cricketing prospect Katherine Speed has been handed the chance to battle for a place in an England squad.


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Thursday, July 23, 2015

Mrs Warren’s Profession by Bernard Shaw at Cambridge Arts Theatre until Saturday, July 25. Review by ANGELA SINGER.

The Black Eagles

World-renowned performers from Covent Garden will be bringing spectacular entertainment to Huntingdon town centre on Saturday.

REVIEW: Inside Out (U)

Monday, July 20, 2015
Inside Out

Inside Out takes us inside the mind of young Riley, just as she’s uprooted across the country for her dad’s new job.

MarkThomas brings his show to the Cambridge Junction

Comedian Mark Thomas will take time off from “rabble rousing” to bring his new show Trespass to the Cambridge Junction.

An open air production of The Secret Garden takes place at Grafham Water on Sunday

Join Mary Lennox on her journey of discovery as she travels to her uncle’s house deep in the Yorkshire countryside, where unexpected friends and very magical creatures help her unlock the mystery of the secret garden. This most enchanting story is presented, by the Chapterhouse theatre company, in an open-air setting at Grafham Water on Sunday.

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