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Huntingdonshire District Council has revealed that there could be a potential to build more than 11,000 homes in the area over the next few decades.

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Hinchingbrook Health and Care NHS Trust have submitted plans to demolish exisiting accommodation to make way for more than 385 flats.

Plans have been submitted to demolish outdated accommodation at Hinchingbrooke Hospital.

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Paul Cox, from St Ives.

A cricket fan from St Ives is planning on visiting all 18 county cricket grounds in England and Wales inside 36 hours ro raise money for Bowl Cancer UK and Down’s Syndrome Association.

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A drunk driver who was more than twice over the legal limit has been banned from driving for 20 months.

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Phil Playle with colleagues at EOGB, in St Neots.

EOGB Energy Products said goodbye to long-serving staff member Phil Playle this week after almost 20 years of service.

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Work to re-start on Chequers Court redevelopment, Huntingdon

After months of anticipation work is soon to continue on ambitious plans to enhance the centre of Huntingdon.

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Peter Woodham with the vintage steam engine.

A former farm worker couldn’t help but feel that there was something strangely familiar about a steam engine he encountered on a trip to a vintage machinery show.

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St Neots town clerk Ed Reilly and paramedic Jenni McClagish

People living and working in St Neots can give themselves a huge pat on the back this week after the town was named as the “defibrillator capital of the East of England” by the ambulance service.

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Lord Toby Jug,

The leader of the Eccentric Party – Lord Toby Jug – has been suspended from Facebook because the social networking website doesn’t believe he is using a real name.

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Cambridgeshire police and crime commissioner Sir Graham Bright talking to Huntingdon town centre user Sarah Pursall

Huntingdon residents shared their views and experiences with the police and crime commissioner for Cambridgeshire, Sir Graham Bright, today (Wednesday).

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Huntingdonshire District Council

Plans for more retirement properties in Huntingdon have been submitted to Huntingdonshire District Council.

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An industrial unit in Godmanchester caught fire this morning (Wednesday).

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Huntingdonshire police impose dispersal order on Oxmoor area

In a bid to tackle resident’s concerns over increasing anti-social behaviour, police in Huntingdon enforced a dispersal order around the Oxmoor area.

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The Norris Museum has received a grant

Friends, volunteers and staff of The Norris Museum in St Ives gathered last week to celebrate the submission of a bid for a 1.4 million Heritage Lottery Fund grant.

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St Ives
Nando's, Huntingdon,

More than 40 new jobs will be created when national food chain Nando’s opens its doors in Huntingdon next month.

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The Sun pub, Hartford Road, Huntingdon.

A developer’s plan to demolish a former pub to make way for new housing has been turned down by planning officials.

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Huntingdonshire District Council
PMP Fundraiser Katherine Green, from Godmanchester,

A teenager from Godmanchester has been nominated for the Cambridgeshire Young People of the Year awards after spending her spare time raising money for two separate charities.

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Spectators look on at last year's Little Gransden Air Show

A plane that had been due to fly at the Little Gransden Air Show has been replaced in light of a crash at an air show in West Sussex on Saturday.

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Ramsey 40s Weekend, (l-r) Alec Fairbrother, Mel Baxter, as Sir Winston Churchill, and Ian Bancroft, from Spalding,

Around 6,000 visitors poured through the gates of the camp in Wood Lane, Ramsey, on Saturday and Sunday for the annual 1940s weekend.

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RAF Molesworth

A military base currently being used by the American Air Force could be taken over by the British military in the coming years.

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Huntingdon Town Hall

Budding artists young and old are being urged to create a logo for the Huntingdon Carnival.

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An 18-year-old man is due to appear before magistrates charged with theft after police swooped on an address in Huntingdon on Thursday.

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Baby Rubee Scrivener, who has Plagiocephaly, also known as flat head syndrome, with mum Tina Scrivener, at their home in St Ives,

The parents of a four-month-old baby girl who are desperately trying to fund the cost of a special surgical helmet for their daughter are overwhelmed with the response so far.

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Hinchingbrooke Hospital

A car has caught fire on a stretch of the A14 between Spittals Interchange and Brampton Hut caused one lane of the road to be blocked earlier today (August 21).

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The car was destroyed during the blaze on the A14

A car caught fire on a stretch of the A14 between Spaldwick and Woolley on Thursday.

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Hinchingbrooke Hospital, Huntingdon,

Members of the public are being invited to tell the chief inspector of hospitals about the care provided at Hinchingbrooke Hospital.

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Homeless Ian Russell, sleeping in his car in Eaton Socon,

An elderly St Neots man with serious health problems has been living in his car with his three dogs since he became homeless in March.

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Sawtry Village Academy is celebrating strong top grades as 20 per cent of all results at the academy returned with the highest A* or A grades, and 40 per cent were A* to B grades.

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Gallery:GCSE Results: Abbey College, Ramsey

Thursday, August 20, 2015

At Abbey College, 54 per cent of students achieved 5 A*-C including English and maths.

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