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Zac Smith, from Offord Darcy, has cerebral palsy and has been denied funding for an operation, with Mum Sam Smith,

The parents of a five-year-old boy with cerebral palsy have launched a petition to persuade NHS England to reverse its decision to cut funding for surgery that may help their son to walk.

Hinchingbrooke Hospital march,

Organisers say hundreds of people attended a protest march calling for plans to force Hinchingbrooke Hospital into a merger with Peterborough Hospital to be scrapped.

Jonathan Djanogly

Police are appealing for information after nails and tacks were again left strewn across a footpath in Upwood.

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Buckden

Buckden Parish Council has recommended a planning application for 180 homes on agricultural land in the village be refused.

MP Jonathan Djanogly, presents pupils from Godmanchester Primary School (l-r) Emma, Matthew, and Amelia, with Modeshifts STARS National Award

Pupils at Godmanchester Community Primary School have been awarded for taking on the challenge of cycling to school.

St Neots News

Friday, April 29, 2016

Fire service investigators believe an electrical adaptor was to blame for a blaze which broke out at a pub in Eaton Socon on Thursday night (April 28).

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Cambridgeshire Schools Cross Country Relays, at Priory Junior School,

More than 900 young runners turned out to take part in the Cambridgeshire Primary Schools Cross County Championships held in St Neots.

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Tarik Abdel-hady. Picture: fergusburnett.com

A dedicated fundraiser from St Neots is preparing to cycle from London to Brighton to raise funds for the British Heart Foundation.

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The Priory Centre, St Neots,

Councillors have called for a “forensic examination” of St Neots Town Council’s final accounts for 2014-15 after “discrepancies” in the figures were discovered.

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100 year old, Louisa Moore, at the Red House, Ramsey,

A life-long Tottenham Hotspur fan – who used to make the tea for the club manager – has celebrated her 100th birthday.

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Jonathan Djanogly
Hinchingbrooke Hospital march,

Organisers say hundreds of people attended a protest march calling for plans to force Hinchingbrooke Hospital into a merger with Peterborough Hospital to be scrapped.

Cambridgeshire Schools Cross Country Relays, at Priory Junior School,

More than 900 young runners turned out to take part in the Cambridgeshire Primary Schools Cross County Championships held in St Neots.

Longsands Academy
Coneygear Park Easter Egg Hunt, Harry Blake, and handler Shane Limmage,

Families, friends and neighbours gathered together to enjoy an Easter egg hunt and a petting zoo at Coneygear Park in Huntingdon.

Huntingdon Town Council
The Marbrook Centre, Eaton Socon

A new state-of-the-art dementia and neurological care centre has opened its doors.

Tommy Newman touches down for St Ives' second try in their victory against Northampton BBOB. Picture: RICHARD MARSHAM

St Ives ended their Midlands Division Three East (South) season on a high courtesy of a hard-fought, final-day victory.

St Neots
Charlie De'Ath celebrates his equaliser during St Ives Town's defeat at the hands of Barton Rovers. Picture: RICHARD MARSHAM

The army of morning volunteers did their bit as they turned a soggy pudding of a football pitch into a playable surface by getting rid of a sea of standing water.

Ben Seymour-Shove
St Ives Town celebrate their Hunts Senior Cup triumph. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

St Ives Town lifted the most prestigious piece of Huntingdonshire footballing silverware for the first time in four years tonight.

Declan Rogers
Action from Huntingdon's defeat against Newbold on Avon. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

The concession of two early tries and two late tries proved costly as Huntingdon were beaten in their penultimate Midlands Division One East fixture of the season.

Damien Whales
Godmanchester Rovers have a second successive runners-up finish to celebrate.

Godmanchester Rovers boss Matt Clements has hailed his centurions.

Tom Spark
From the left, captains Neil Morey (Huntingdon), Craig Cheetham (St Ives) and Jim Cooper (St Neots) show off the Old Boot in front of their teams. 			                Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Huntingdon ‘Staggerers’ were victorious in the Old Boot tournament last Saturday.

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Macmillan Appeal

Saturday, April 23, 2016
Broughton Ball fundraising committee members which are raising funds for the Macmillan Woodlands Centre, (l-r) Pam Pantazi, John Ray, Andy Helme, Sara Helme, Pete Upshall, and Macmillan Fundraiser Di Polley-Coles,

The annual Broughton Ball is taking place again on May 21 this year.

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