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Yesterday, 12:16

A cat has had a lucky escape thanks to the speedy reactions of a local vet.

St Neots business man Andrew Poodle, collection for refugees, with Gayle Hall,

A grassroots community organisation has sprung up in St Neots to help provide aid and support for refugees fleeing the conflict in Syria and those caught up in the Calais ‘jungle’.

Police have issued a warning to people to be aware of door-to-door tradesmen who are presenting home owners with bills for thousands of pounds.

Right HRH The Duke of Gloucester visits Hinchingbrooke School,  for the 450th Anniversary,

The Duke of Gloucester visited Huntingdon on Thursday as part of Hinchingbrooke School’s 450th anniversary celebrations.

A man who tried to attack his brother with a kitchen knife will appear before a judge to be sentenced at Peterborough Crown Court.

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Yesterday, 08:28

A grassroots community organisation has sprung up in St Neots to help provide aid and support for refugees fleeing the conflict in Syria and those caught up in the Calais ‘jungle’.

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St Neots

Residents living in homes around St Neots Railway Station are being urged to object to new “watered-down” proposals for parking restrictions.

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Hinchingbrooke Hospital, Huntingdon,

Health officials have been accused of trying to make money out of vulnerable patients after it emerged that disabled visitors to Hinchingbrooke Hospital in Huntingdon will now have to pay to use the main car park.

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Firefighters used specialist equipment to tackle a tree stump fire.

Firefighters had to use specialist equipment to help tackle a tree on fire.

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Picture are: Gareth Scott-Evans, Lance McCarthy, Alan Burns, Jenny Fowler, Jonathan Djanogly, Lynda Hall, Mark Cammies and Mary Dowglass.

Huntingdon MP Jonathan Djanogly joined staff and supporters at Hinchingbrooke Hospital last Thursday to hear about progress on the new £2.4 million cancer centre.

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Yesterday, 10:00

Priory Parkside have become one of the leading teams in Cambridgeshire Women’s & Girls League football.

Polly Smith of Hunts AC.

Hunts AC celebrated a fine start to the cross-country season with success in the opening round of the Frostbite Friendly League.

Huntingdon players Connor Withers and Jack Skidmore attempt to stop a Bugbrooke opponent during their narrow defeat last Saturday. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Huntingdon head coach Damien Whales has challenged his players to regain the winning thread in one of their toughest tests of the Midlands Division One East season.

Danny Watson struck twice for St Ives Town. Picture: LOUISE THOMPSON.

St Ives Town jumped into third place in Southern League Division One (Central) courtesy of an explosive away performance last night.

Lee Clarke scored but missed a penalty as St Neots went out of the FA Cup.

St Neots suffered a sudden-death penalty shoot-out exit from the FA Cup last night.

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Yesterday, 14:21

Cambridge Juntion’s autumn season continues with a performance from ToryCore on October 21 that forms part of Cambridge Festival of Ideas.

Brampton singer Abi Dhese-Biggs (middle) with girl band Mon Amie at X Factor bootcamp

Singing sensation Abi Dhese-Biggs is hitting the high notes on TV singing competition X Factor.

Nadiya Hussain

Leeds’ mum-of-three Nadiya Hussain was crowned Bake Off queen last night after a final that saw her make her own wedding cake.

Lord of the Flies

Nigel Williams’s stage adaption of Lord of the Flies was made for an open-air theatre setting so it was always going to be interesting to see how that transferred to a conventional theatre.

Vant at The Portland Arms, Cambridge, on November 4.

Vant released their new single Parking Lot next month and you can catch the band at the Portland Arms in Cambridge on November 4,

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