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An outdoor performance depicting the last week in the life of Jesus Christ will take place in St Neots on Easter Sunday (April 5).

Magpas volunteers Anna Morgan-Dutton, left, and Chris Harding at last month's regular cake sale.

Spring is most definitely in the air in Huntingdon with the opening of a monthly garden stall at the Magpas Charity Shop and the chance to win a giant fluffy rabbit.

Police are investigating after a fatal crash near Godmanchester.

A man who died in a crash near Godmanchester has been named by police.

Book Jam

Young reading enthusiasts are being urged to use their creative talents to design a book cover ahead of the fourth Book Jam.


A crash involving two vans on the A14 is causing tailbacks this afternoon (Friday).

St Neots News

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An outdoor performance depicting the last week in the life of Jesus Christ will take place in St Neots on Easter Sunday (April 5).

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Scott Preston.

The head of a St Neots academy has defended his school against an Ofsted inspector’s report that in “a number of lessons” pupils showed “apathy, boredom and rudeness” to teachers and an allegation that the teaching was poor.

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Hinchingbrooke Country Park by Tom Satherley of Brampton Road, Huntingdon.

The wait is almost over to discover which of more than 900 entries for The Hunts Post 2015 Photo Competition have been picked as winners.

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Rotary Club president David Lawrence, Brian Moore and Stephen Moody of Scope.

A sportsman’s dinner in St Neots that featured BBC commentator and former rugby international Brian Moore as the guest speaker raised more than £10,000 for charity.

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Bob Kimpton, of Brampton, took this photo of a bittern taking off from the reeds at Minsmere in Suffolk.

Entries for The Hunts Post 2015 Photo Competition are being processed in readiness to go on public display later this month.

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Business News

Friday, February 27, 2015

Two Huntingdonshire companies have received recognition from one of the UK’s leading small business champions.

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It’s now 10 successive league defeats and counting for free-falling Huntingdon Town.

The view of the solar eclipse. Picture: HYWEL BARRETT

The climax of the partial solar eclipse was seen over Huntingdonshire this morning (Friday).

Pupils at Priory Junior School in St Neots celebrate Red Nose Day.

Hundreds of people across Huntingdonshire made their faces funny for money in aid of Comic Relief on Friday (March 13).

Huntingdon Stags v Ilkeston,

Dan Malem led Huntingdon back to winning ways with a stellar display in a Midlands Division One East thriller.

Ely City Reserves v Hemingford United (yellow) ,

An important point gained in a top-of-the-table Cambs League clash came at a huge cost for title-chasing Offord United last Saturday.

Ely Mens 2nds Hockey v St Neots 1st,

Phil Johns hit a 14-minute hat-trick as St Neots firsts showed no mercy to bottom side Ely seconds in Division Three North-West of the East Men’s League.

Huntingdonshire Bowling Federation 2015 County Indoor Finals, Warboys Ed Elmore, Mens Pairs,

There was double delight for three different players at the Huntingdonshire Bowling Federation Indoor finals last weekend.

Huntingdon Fire Station 50th Anniversary, (l-r) Adam Smith, and Max Smith, from Camborne, with some of the old fire hemets,

Generations of firefighters returned to Huntingdon Fire Station on Friday (February 20) to mark its 50th anniversary. Hywel Barrett spoke to one of the first crews to operate at the Hartford Road station.


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Independent council candidates Jennifer Sarabia, Scott Hutchison, Edd Welsh, Guy Makey, Peter Clark and Margaret Meredith.

Five more independents have put their names forward to stand in the Huntingdon Town Council election in May.

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