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Anglian Water has pledged to spend more than £9million upgrading its network across Huntingdonshire in the next year.

The mayor of St Ives, Cllr Ian Jackson, with Gilly Jackson, and Scouts Holly, Nathan and Areeya.

The 5th St Ives Scouts welcomed a very special guest for their very own Master Chef challenge.

Ian Jackson
Tumble dryer causes fire in Eynesbury home

Firefighters were called a blaze in Eynesbury this morning (Friday) after a tumble dryer caught light.

The scene of the fire, in Tilbrook.

Firefighters prevented a blaze at a straw recycling facility in Tilbrook from escalating into a major incident.

Arsonists set fire to an outbuilding in Houghton.

A boat and two vehicles were destroyed by arsonists in an attack on an outbuilding in Houghton on Thursday.

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St Neots News

Yesterday, 11:41
The scene of the fire, in Tilbrook.

Firefighters prevented a blaze at a straw recycling facility in Tilbrook from escalating into a major incident.

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Polling Station, at Jubilee Hall, Eaton Socon,

St Neots Town Council has confirmed that its Neighbourhood Plan was accepted by the St Neots community in a dedicated referendum that took place across the town yesterday (Thursday).

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Councillor Barry Chapman.

Plans to build a new swimming pool in St Neots have taken a significant step forward with the announcement that a new charitable trust will be set up to oversee the project.

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Steve Van de Kerkhove who died recently

The funeral of former St Neots town councillor Steve Van de Kerkhove (pictured left) will take place at Bedford Crematorium on February 10.

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St Neots Railway Station,

The Rail, Maritime and Transport union has today (Tuesday) launched a campaign to fight plans to close or reduce the opening hours at rail ticket offices, including St Neots and Huntingdon.

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Business News

Tue, 09:06
Tom Fletcher, managing director of Jackson Fire & Security (Cambridge)

A Huntingdon businessman has been selected to partner with a global firm to supply fire alarm systems throughout Cambridgeshire.

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An artist's impression of how the new Morrisons could look.

The mayor of St Ives is calling for Morrisons to update the council on its plans for its St Ives supermarket.

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Penny Banks new premises in Huntingdon

A firm specialising in event installations is moving to a new premises in Huntingdon to cater for its expanding workforce.

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Post Office, High Street, Huntingdon,

Officials have promised there will be “no closure” of Huntingdon’s post office while work gets under way to add a new financial services area to the premises.

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A major power cut has hit businesses in one of Huntingdon’s busiest industrial areas.

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Photo Galleries

Thu, 10:06
Huntingdon United v Eaton Socon Reserves, (blue)

Eaton Socon Reserves remain in second place in Division 1B after easing to victory at Huntingdon United on Saturday.

Rotary Club of Huntingdon Cromwell with Cambridgshire Constabulary Amateur Boxing Club, dinner and boxing tournament, (l-r) Brady Cronin, and John Cunningham,

A host of top young boxers from clubs across the region were on show at the Rotary Club of Huntingdon Cromwell’s annual boxing and dinner show.

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Tommy Martin lands a punch during his fight against John Wayne Hibbert. Picture: RICHARD PELHAM

Tommy Martin was defeated, but far from disgraced, in the biggest fight of his career last night.

Tommy Martin
Action from St Neots Men's 1sts victory against Wisbech 2nds. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

St Ives Men’s 1sts triumphed in adversity to ignite their East Men’s League survival bid last Saturday.

Darren Coles
Jack Smith (right) was one of the St Ives Boxing Academy fighters to shine on their home show. Picture: BARRY GIDDINGS

St Ives Boxing Academy were in seventh heaven - after completing a clean sweep of successes at their own show.

Eaton Socon and Brampton players try to use their heads in a Hunts Intermediate Cup semi-final last Saturday. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Brampton boss Wayne Ambler insists he has ‘unfinished business’ after guiding his team to a second successive Hunts Intermediate Cup final.

Danny Cain
Fire at Star Lane, Ramsey,

An investigation has been launched after the body of a woman was discovered in the aftermath of a house fire in Ramsey.

Action from Huntingdon's narrow defeat against Bedford Athletic. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

HUNTINGDON were defeated, but far from disgraced, by table-topping Bedford Athletic in a fine advert for Midlands Division One East rugby.

Dan Malem
Josh Smith hit a hat-trick for Buckden in their victory against St Ives Rangers. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Being reduced to 10 men is usually the cue to sit back, get tight and shut up shop. Unless you are Buckden, that is.

Hinchingbrooke School
Plough Monday  celebrations in Ramsey, pupils from Ramsey Junior School dancing,  (l-r) Benedict, and Zoe,

Pupils from Ramsey Junior School put on their dancing shoes this week for the annual Plough Monday celebrations.


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Macmillan Appeal

Monday, January 25, 2016
Cheque to the Woodlands Centre, (l-r) Woodlands Administration Assistant Diane Moore, fundraiser Amy Scott, and Woodlands Manager Linda Hall, with a cheque for £1045.84.  Money was raised from Amy's grandmother Stephanie Wilderspin's funeral donations.

A teenager from Hartford raised much needed funds for the Macmillan Woodlands Centre in memory of her grandmother.

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