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Yesterday, 15:58
Police discover cannabis factory in Great Whyte, Ramsey

A cannabis factory was discovered in Ramsey this morning (Wednesday) following a search by police.

Great Gransden Windmill

The future of a historic windmill in Great Gransden has been secured thanks to a grant worth thousands of pounds.

The Oak Tree Centre, in Huntingdon,

A vending machine at a health centre in Huntingdon has been forced to have its stock replaced, after patients complained some snacks were too high in sugar and fat.

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Blaze took hold of family's home in Eaton Ford

A family who lost belongings and treasured memories in a fire that ripped through their home have described the incident as ‘heart-breaking’

The Marriott Hotel welcomed more than 100 guests for the ball. Picture: Dishy Daddy Photography.

The organisers of a charity ball have expressed their gratitude after guests helped raise thousands of pounds on Friday evening (June 17).

St Neots News

Yesterday, 12:16
Derek Giles is supporting the new Saints Boxing Club

The new mayor of St Neots officially opened a new car boot sale - the first of many fundraising events he will attend throughout his mayoral year.

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President Mick Marks presents Isabella Fleming with her certificate.

A young writer from St Neots has been crowned the winner of Young Writer in Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland’s national competition.

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An inquest into the death of a 62-year-old man who suffered a fall outside a St Neots pub has been opened.

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St Neots Armed Forces Day, Standard Bearers (l-r) Alan Argyle, and Albert Hayes, chatting with Reggie Argyle, and Zack Argyle,

St Neots was transported to a bygone era on Saturday as the town marked Armed Forces Day.

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St Neots Pill Box, (l-r) Chairman of the Trustees at St Neots Museum Peter Ibbett, Mayor Derek Giles, and Dr Mike Osborne.

A leading historian has thrown his weight behind a campaign to save an historic Second World War pill box in St Neots.

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Business News

Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Samuel Peyps 10 year anniversary, Trevor and Karen Fowler,

Husband and wife team, Karen and Trevor Fowler, are celebrating a decade of owning the Huntingdon pub The Samuel Pepys.

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Tue, 13:52
Royal Air Force Wyton excercised its right to the freedom of Huntingdon on Sunday.

Servicemen and women from RAF Wyton exercised their freedom of Huntingdon on Sunday with a parade through the town.

Bomber Command Veterans Day, at Godmanchester Commrades Club,

The last-surviving airman who took part in the Dam Busters raid was among guests at a special Bomber Command Veteran’s Day held in Godmanchester on Saturday.

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St Neots Armed Forces Day, Standard Bearers (l-r) Alan Argyle, and Albert Hayes, chatting with Reggie Argyle, and Zack Argyle,

St Neots was transported to a bygone era on Saturday as the town marked Armed Forces Day.

Lego Club, St Neots Library, organised by (right) Richard Slade, helping Finn and Seb,

A toy enthusiast from Eynesbury is rediscovering an old past time with the help of Lego fans in the town.

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Huntingdon 10k run, Brampton juniors

More than 700 runners took part in this year’s Hunts10K, with funds going to eight charities including Action for Children and Huntingdon Community Care Network.

Somersham Carnival, (l-r) Sasha Dighton, Claire Kimpton, Shirley Dunne,  from Parkhall Play Group

Crowds lined the streets of Somersham on Saturday to watch dozens of people parade in costumes depicting Hollywood movies.

Buckden Vultures Under 9s won their age group at the Priory Parkside tournament. They are Louis Deans, Joseph Lewey, Callum Young, James Pater, Charlie Gilbert, Oliver Goodjohn, Adam Baker and Jonte Wiggam.

The summer tournament season continued with another major event in the area last Sunday.

Sawtry Carnival, (l-r) Alfie, Kacie, and Lucy, face painted by Buttons And Bows Pre School,

It was a day filled with fun, floats and fairground rides as Sawtry hosted its annual carnival on Saturday.

Sawtry
Action from Huntingdon Rowdies Under 8 White against Warboys Colts - one of the 455 games to take place during the two-day Godmanchester Rovers Youth Tournament. Pictures: HELEN DRAKE

An estimated 1,300 young footballers, representing 140 teams, were involved in 455 games, controlled by a team of 18 referees, as the annual Godmanchester Rovers Youth Tournament proved to be a roaring success again last weekend.

The Huntingdon & District team are, back row, left to right, Gary Mills, Craig Leigh, Charlie Nelson, Hashir Hussain, Sheraz Ali, Andrew Wright, front row, Rob Nelson, Muktesh Pandya, Faisal Javed, Martin Burton and Dario Cummins. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Huntingdon & District captain Martin Burton hailed his answer to England ace James Anderson in the wake of a derby success against top-of-the-table St Ives last Saturday.

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Yesterday, 14:40
The Marriott Hotel welcomed more than 100 guests for the ball. Picture: Dishy Daddy Photography.

The organisers of a charity ball have expressed their gratitude after guests helped raise thousands of pounds on Friday evening (June 17).

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