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The police and crime commissioner for Cambridgeshire will invite the public to have a say on whether he should have a greater role in governing the county’s fire and rescue service.

Hundreds of people have signed a petition calling for Huntingdonshire District Council to block plans that could see thousands of new homes built in St Ives.

Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust has received a donation of £800 for Hinchingbrooke Hospital’s Holly Ward.

Another big-name retailer has signed up for the long-awaited Chequers Court development in Huntingdon.

There was a real buzz around the Cromwell Museum in Huntingdon on Saturday when the Huntingdonshire Beekeepers Association brought along real bees, as part of a special event celebrating the insect.

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Promoting excellence was high on the agenda as businesses in St Neots and the surrounding villages came together for a special event.

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The fire service has issued advice about the dangers of swimming in local waterways after soaring temperatures prompted hundreds of youngsters to risk injury and even death by cooling off in rivers and lakes.

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A group of parents fighting to win places for their children at a St Neots’ primary school have presented a petition to Cambridgeshire County Council.

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A jury has decided the death of a 22-year-old jet skier who was in collision with another rider on a water sports lake in Little Paxton in 2015 was an accident.

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Residents in St Neots joined forces with Freemasons in the town to collect clothes and other donations for those affected by the fire that destroyed Grenfell Tower, in London.

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Priory Parkside staged their annual summer tournament last Sunday – and there were two home successes.

Godmanchester Town 2nds were in seventh heaven last Saturday – after their depleted side completed an incredible Hunts League success against the odds.

Shona Whitwell continued her wonderful winning streak – thanks to her best performance to date.

Eynesbury Rovers ace Jordan Brown is determined to turn his footballing dream into a reality.

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The Hunts Post has teamed up with the Cambridge Rock festival (CRF) to give away five pairs of tickets for the four-day event in August.

This year’s Little Gransden Air and Car Show will take place in August and The Hunts Post has teamed up with the organisers to give away two family tickets.

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What the EU referendum and this month’s general election showed is that Britain is a divided nation: rich and poor, young and old, town and country. The play, My Country, based on interviews with people from across the regions about Brexit, laced together by poet Carol Ann Duffy, expresses these divisions.

Nene Valley Gliding Club is opening its doors to the public this weekend as part of a special open event.

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