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Yesterday, 15:30
Hinchingbrooke Hospital

Cambridgeshire police are investigating “a serious assault” after an 18-year-old man suffered a facial injury in St Ives on May 30.

Centenary of the Battle of Jutland, Huntingdon,

A service of commemoration took place in Huntingdon on Tuesday to mark 100 years since one of the landmark naval engagements of the First World War took place.

Huntingdon Town Council
Pathfinder House, home of Huntingdonshire District Council.

A planning proposal to turn a warehouse unit in St Ives into a church has been submitted to Huntingdonshire District Council.

St Ives
Parsley Pot, Huntingdon

A business consortium has purchased premises in Huntingdon’s High Street that was formerly home to a gift shop.

Cllr Mac McGuire is asking for feedback from residents.

The library in St Ives has been selected to trial new technology which could help safeguard its opening hours.

St Ives

St Neots News

Friday, May 27, 2016
Sam Smith with Ben Shepherd

A St Neots mum who is raising money to fund surgery for her son who has cerebral palsy was chosen for the Good Morning Britain Toughmums Challenge.

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Pierced silver Roman siliqua coin deemed treasure by coroner

A rare Roman silver coin believed to date back more than 1,600-years-old has been discovered in St Neots.

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Alan Huckle at Barretts of St Neots

Barretts in St Neots has today (Thursday) confirmed it will be closing down.

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St Neots

Ben Hicks has won a seat on St Neots Town Council, representing the Eaton Socon ward, after a by-election in the town on May 19.

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Wally Allgood

A burglar who stole jewellery from a house in Alconbury has been jailed.

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Business News

Wednesday, May 11, 2016
United Kingdom
Chairman of Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce John Bridge

More than 60 per cent of business leaders in Cambridgeshire want the UK to stay in the European Union according to a snap poll.

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Photo Galleries

Yesterday, 12:35
Huntingdon Town Council
Centenary of the Battle of Jutland, Huntingdon,

A service of commemoration took place in Huntingdon on Tuesday to mark 100 years since one of the landmark naval engagements of the First World War took place.

Zubair Maqsood of Huntingdon & District 2nds on his way to a half-century in their Hunts League Division Three defeat at the hands of Houghton & Wyton last Saturday. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Martin Heginbotham hit an unbeaten century as Houghton & Wyton swept to the top of Hunts League Division Three last Saturday.

Mobility Scooter racing, St Ives, (l-r) Mayor Debbie Townsend, Becki MacLellan, and PAt Allen, at the starting line

Organisers of the first ever Mobility Scooter Grand Prix in St Ives have hailed the event a great success.

St Ives
Hinchingbrooke Trust board meeting,

Hinchingbrooke Hospital’s board will press ahead with plans to merge with Peterborough it was confirmed at a packed meeting today (Monday).

Lance McCarthy
Kimbolton batsman Ruben Claassen pictured during their defeat against St Ives yesterday. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Adam Fahey hit a fabulous first century in English cricket to fire Warboys to the top of the Tucker Gardner League Division Two table.

St Ives
The Mayor of St Ives, Councillor Ian Jackson puts up some childrens artwork at the Book Jam event in St Ives.
Pic - Rich Marsham

St Ives Corn Exchange played host to the fifth annual Book Jam event on May 14, with some 500 children taking part in activities and workshops held by published authors and illustrators.

St Ives
Phil Gillett celebrates his hat-trick during Waresley 2nds' victory against Godmanchester 2nds. Picture: RICHARD MARSHAM

Waresley 2nds bowler Phil Gillett certainly had cause for celebration last Saturday afternoon.

Scarecrows on display at the Little Paxton Scarecrow festival.
Pic - Richard Marsham

More than 20 straw creations took up residency in Little Paxton this month for the Scarecrow Festival, with the top three announced at the main event on May 14.

Little Paxton
Jonny Carpenter pictured on his way to a century for Eaton Socon against Wisbech. Picture: RICHARD MARSHAM

Two high-scoring captains came to the fore to earn notable Tucker Gardner League Division One results for their teams yesterday.

Matt Pateman
Shakespeare At The George,  mark the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare, opened by Dame Norman Major,

Huntingdon marked the 400th anniversary of the death of one of the world’s greatest playwrights and storytellers after turning the town into a stage.


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Macmillan Appeal

Thursday, May 19, 2016
Tom Rawlinson/SITC: New mayor Debbie Townsend and deputy mayor Philip Pope

Councillor Debbie Townsend has been elected as the new mayor of St Ives, following a unanimous decision from town council members at the mayor making ceremony last night (May 18).

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