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College student Keiran Clemmence is set to return to his former school, Godmanchester Primary, to become an apprentice teaching assistant.

Angela Smith with her picture, African Queen.

An artist from St Neots has been highly commended for her work at the Wildlife Artist of the Year Awards.


Burglars posing as council workers targeted a house in Little Paxton.

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Nicole Synan, Maria Woods, Sophia Ronketti, Gareth Thomas, Claire Piper and Victoria Bannerman.

Staff from Huntingdon-based Anglian Water braved the sunshine and showers to volunteer for charity at Glastonbury music festival.

JD Wetherspoon window pic

St Ives Town Council says it has “extensive reasons” for objecting to Wetherspoon’s plan to open a new pub in the town.

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An artist from St Neots has been highly commended for her work at the Wildlife Artist of the Year Awards.

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Police Stock, Huntingdon. police car

A man in his 20s from the St Neots area has been arrested on suspicion of possessing an air-weapon in a public place after an incident in Eaton Socon this morning.

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Police are appealing for information after thieves broke into two businesses in St Neots town centre and stole four charity boxes.

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Two by-elections will be held in St Neots next month after an administrative error led to two newly-appointed town councillors being disqualified.

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Three fire engines were sent to Offord Cluny.

Fifteen firefighters were sent to tackle a blaze in Offord Cluny yesterday (Monday) afternoon.

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Friday, June 5, 2015
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Pub chain JD Wetherspoon has applied for planning permission to open a branch in St Ives.

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Malcolm Watson, 58, is so dedicated to his highly modified Harley-Davidson motorcycle – which bagged top honours at a custom bike show in St Ives on Sunday, June 21 – that he sold his flat in Huntingdon to finance the project.

Huntingdon Rowdies football tournament - Under 9 winners St Neots Town. Picture: DUNCAN LAMONT

The second Huntingdon Rowdies summer tournament proved to be a roaring success over the weekend.

Somersham Carnival, Buzz Lightyear on the First Step Playgroup float

Hundreds turned out to watch the parades and enjoy the entertainment at Somersham’s 39th annual carnival day.

Tommy Martin celebrates with his team after triumphing in Liverpool tonight. Picture: LAWRENCE LUSTIG

Tommy Martin survived an early hiccup to extend his proud unbeaten record tonight.

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Ellie Watson and Harriet Haylen were among the St Ives Rowing Club winners on Saturday. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

St Ives Rowing Club’s first official regatta for more than 20 years proved to be a resounding success on Saturday.

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Hunts 10k Charity Run, at Alconbury Weald, start of the 10k,

The sixth annual Hunts 10k run was a huge success on Sunday (June 21), raising thousands of pounds for its six chosen charities, with a record number of entrants.

The winning Hunts AC 4-400m relay teams are, from the left, Rachel Sweatt, Owen King, Aleta Fraylich, Andy Stowe, Siobhan Skinner, Tom Bray, Lily Seach and Owain Collard.

A stack of successes and two new club bests ensured Hunts AC enjoyed a successful Southern League outing on home turf on Saturday.


Gallery:First for the Hunts young guns

Tuesday, June 23, 2015
The Hunts Under 25s squad ahead of their Reg Wright Trophy clash against Norfolk on Sunday. Pictured with Hunts Bowling Federation deputy president Ian Cousins and team manager Alan Blackley are Mack May, Jack Squire, Callum Squire, Matt Herbert, Kierren Murray, Sophie Purell, Bradley Herbert, Rebecca Moorbey, Annie Lee, Hayden Moorbey, Kane Phillips, Mark Franklin, Toby Furzeland and Ross Martin.

There was a notable first for the new generation of Hunts bowls talent at the weekend.

Hunts 10k Charity Run, at Alconbury Weald, start of the 3k,

The sixth annual Hunts 10k run on Sunday was a huge success with a record number of entrants.

Godmanchester Primary School Roman Day Fete, The Vicus soldier Chris Wyre, with Ronnie, a Year 3 pupil,

Youngsters stepped back in time at the weekend and took part in a Roman-inspired fete.

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