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Fri, 15:30

Highways England has released a list of roadworks and road closures scheduled to take place on the major roads serving Cambridgeshire over the coming week.

After a hard-fought campaign, people living in Houghton and Wyton have won the battle to be included on the guided bus route.

Waitrose has announced that it will close its Huntingdon branch on September 5, despite calls from thousands of shoppers and an offer from its landlords.

After several sightings around Huntingdonshire, a raccoon was finally tracked down and rescued in Broughton with the help of a shocked resident.

Patients and residents are being asked for their views on a proposed merger between four GP surgeries in Huntingdonshire.

St Neots News

Thu, 13:53

An alcohol licence held in the name of St Ives Town Council is being considered for the town’s farmers’ market.

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The interim chair man of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority says he would like to see a new enterprise zone created between St Neots and Cambourne.

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The finalists for this year’s Skip of Gold competition have been announced and voting lines are now open.

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A St Neots man who decided to put the time spent on his daily commute to good use has just had his first book published.

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A fire broke out in the ducting of a four-storey building in St Neots on Thursday.

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Fri, 15:15

Chloe Harrison somersaulted her way to success as Rotations talents impressed at the National Development Plan regional semi-finals last weekend.

Andy Stevens enjoyed the perfect start to his 2017 campaign.

Boss Martin Pammenter grabbed an acrobatic goal at the age of 50 to help Needingworth United to Cambs League derby glory last Saturday.

Huntingdon United clinched Cambs League promotion last Saturday - without kicking a ball and with five matches to spare.

Godmanchester Rovers chief Chris Hyem has laid down the gauntlet to his players for the remainder of this season.

What's On

Thu, 09:00

The English Touring Theatre have come to town with a production that captures all the joy of theatre and left the audience at The Cambridge Arts filled with delight and the sincerest appreciation.

Huntingdon’s professional pantomime has found a new venue, after the Commemoration Hall announced plans to close for refurbishment.

This is a magnificient piece of theatre. Escaped Alone has been reviewed as a puzzling play. I don’t think it is. Four women who have reached their 70s sit in a sunny garden and reminisce. They don’t finish their sentences and they talk to themselves rather than each other. They would be quite safe conversations if it wasn’t revealed immediately that Vi has killed her husband with a kitchen knife and served time for it.

Cambridge was treated to an evening with the superlative Philharmonia Orchestra at The Corn Exchange on Saturday, March 4.

Recommended Film of the Week: Moonlight (15)

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