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Roald Dahl Day at Holywell Primary School

Giants, giraffes, and an Oompa Loompa were among the colourful creations at Holywell Primary School earlier this month, as pupils gathered to celebrate Roald Dahl Day.

St Neots Fire Station Open Day, Fire Fighter Jason Manfield, with Stephanie and Naomi from St Neots,

An open day at St Neots Fire Station on Saturday raised thousands of pounds for charity.

England Ambulance Service
Laura Street, from Hartford, has raised £9,000 for Macmillan through bric-a-brac sales

A dedicated fundraiser from Hartford has collected more than £9,000 for charity simply by running a weekly bric-a-brac stall.

St Ives
Sanford House, Huntingdon, Hotel Manager Nikki Cameron,

A £1.1million hotel is set to open its doors in Huntingdon early next month after undergoing a renovation.

JD Wetherspoon
Huntingdon Magistrates Court,

A 20-year-old motorist who was ‘fortunate to not have seriously injured or killed anyone’ has been sentenced to a year in prison after a high-speed police pursuit through Huntingdonshire.

Peterborough

St Neots News

St Neots Fire Station Open Day, Fire Fighter Jason Manfield, with Stephanie and Naomi from St Neots,

An open day at St Neots Fire Station on Saturday raised thousands of pounds for charity.

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The dmaage caused by the air rifle

A St Neots mum has described the terrifying moment she realised someone had fired an air rifle at the window of the room where her baby daughter was sleeping.

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Carers Trust Cambridgeshire, Parkinson’s UK, MS Society, Headway Cambridgeshire and The Marbrook Centre Launches Carers Cafi Neuro in St Neots,

Several charities have joined forces to open a new cafe in St Neots - believed to be the first of its kind in the country.

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Missing teenager Adam Clough

Bedfordshire police are appealing for information to find a missing teenage boy.

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The scene at Halifax bank in St Neots.

Police are investigating after reports of an attempted ram raid in St Neots in the early hours of this morning (Tuesday).

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Sanford House, Huntingdon, Hotel Manager Nikki Cameron,

A £1.1million hotel is set to open its doors in Huntingdon early next month after undergoing a renovation.

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Rod Galbraith at Chequers Shoes, Huntingdon

Staff at a Huntingdon shoe shop are celebrating after the opening of a new store.

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Huntingdon

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Luke Murphy of Huntingdon in action during their victory against Dronfield last Saturday. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Huntingdon’s first-ever clash against Dronfield proved to be a successful one last Saturday.

 Gubbio Flag Throwers in Huntingdon Market Square,

A spectacular display of colour, sound and Italian culture was bought to Huntingdon at the weekend.

Huntingdon
Hamerton Zoo Park new otter enclosure, with Keeper Ben McRobie

A family of otters at Hamerton Park Zoo has spent the last few weeks getting used to their new enclosure, complete with a pond, miniature waterfall and grassland.

US Federal Reserve
Pidley Mountain Rescue Team Teddy Bear Free Fall, Pat (8) and sister Juliana Harrisskitt (4)

Heavy rain did little to dampen spirits at this year’s International Teddy Bear Freefall competition, which saw more than £4,000 raised for the Pidley Mountain Rescue Team.

Sawtry Show at the Village Academy, Barry Dupe Chairman

The 13th annual Sawtry Show took place on Saturday with 100 classes for village residents and organisation members to enter.

Sawtry Village Academy
Cromwell museum, Huntingdon,

A museum dedicated to life of Oliver Cromwell has officially been handed over to a new trust and Huntingdon Town Council.

Cambridgeshire County Council
Mike Trippitt: St Ives fire

Residents in St Ives have been told they can reopen their doors and windows after fire crews spent the afternoon extinguishing a fire on an industrial estate.

St Ives
Somersham Town FC v Great Paxton FC (blue)

Eaton Socon manager Mark Spavins was happy with his side, despite dropping their first points of the season.

Mark Spavins

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Macmillan Appeal

Thursday, September 1, 2016
(L-R) front row: Jess Levin, Macmillan fundraising manager), Lynda Hall, lead nurse of cancer and palliative care at Macmillan Woodlands Centre, Carol Croft, former patient at old Woodlands Unit, and Mark Cammies, estates and facilities director at Hinchingbrooke Hospital.

A new £2.4m cancer centre at Hinchingbrooke Hospital welcomed its first patients this week.

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