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James Palmer

James Palmer has announced his candidacy of the new role of mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough and says he hopes the new devolved authority will give “more power to those who understand the needs of the area”.

Adam Stretton and Jet.

A talented agility dog from Huntingdon and his owner have qualified for the prestigious Kennel Club Olympia Agility Stakes finals in London later this month.

Hinchingbrooke Hospital,

A new centre which will support and care for people who have been sexually assaulted is to open in Huntingdon on December 14.

Cambridgeshire 's police and fire services are exploring closer working opportunities.

Cambridgeshire’s police and crime commissioner, Jason Ablewhite, has moved a step closer to taking on responsibility for the county’s fire and rescue service after it was agreed to develop a joint business case looking at closer collaboration between the two emergency services.

A pensioner who ‘abused and controlled’ his wife over a number of years has been given a suspended sentence.

St Neots News

Thu, 21:59
St Neots Round Table members with Pudsey, collecting for Children in Need.

Volunteers from the St Neots Round Table collected more than £300 for Children in Need appeal.

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St Neots mayor Derek Giles at the wrapping session.

Volunteers, including the mayor of St Neots, attended a gift wrapping session to support the Tesco Little Boxes Campaign.

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Dr Nik Johnson has announced he will stand for the role of mayor of the devolved authority for Cambridgeshire.

A doctor from Hinchingbrooke Hospital has announced his intention to stand as a candidate for the newly created position of mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.

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Runners from team Emilio

A team of fundraisers have raised thousands of pounds for an organisation that supports an eight-year-old St Neots boy with a neurological condition,

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Crews in Toseland Road this morning

Crews from Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue used specialist equipment to free a motorist when her car flipped into a ditch in Toseland this morning (Monday).

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Photo Galleries

Tuesday, November 29, 2016
St Neots lights

Towns and villages have turned on marvellous light displays for the festive period with many being watched by thousands over the weekend.

The Christmas lights switch-on in Huntingdon.

Hundreds gathered in the Market Square in Huntingdon town centre to watch a spectacular display of Christmas lights illuminated on Sunday.

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Thinking Soldier memorial covered with wreaths following Huntingdon's service of remembrance

Huntingdonshire fell silent on Sunday to commemorate those who gave their lives for our country.

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Get your skates on this winter and enjoy one of the UK's most stylish open-air ice rinks nestled amongst the trees in Parkers Piece Park in the heart of Cambridge

Set in the heart of vibrant Cambridge, The North Pole Cambridge Ice Rink is back throughout the festive season; come and join us as we open from the 18th November through to 4th January.

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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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