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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.

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Buckden Primary School pupils at Grafham Water

Pupils from Buckden Primary School breathed new life into Grafham Water’s drought garden as part of National Gardening Week.

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Two former Kimbolton School teachers charged with a number of sex offences against children are due to appear at Peterborough Crown Court on Tuesday (May 3).

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Peterborough Crown Court
Huntingdon Bowls Club refurbishment, (l-r) Secretary Mike Anderson, and Chairman Mick Verlander,

Bowls club members have celebrated the opening of their redeveloped clubhouse after suffering three break-ins and a fire last year.

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Bill Hensley

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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Sir John Major

Former Prime Minister and Huntingdon MP Sir John Major has said sharing sovereignty is a price worth paying for the UK being a member of the European Union.

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Exercise Straw Fox

Some 50 operational staff from fire and rescue services across the region took part in Exercise Straw Fox on April 27; a training session held at the site of the Secret Garden Party in Abbots Ripton.

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With the Bank Holiday weekend upcoming, Cambridgeshire police has warned residents living in rural areas that there could be a rave planned.

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Cambridgeshire police
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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Longsands Academy
The scene of the fire in Star Lane, Ramsey,

A Ramsey woman died from smoke inhalation after clothes which were drying near an open fire went up in flames, an inquest heard.

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Tarik Abdel-hady. Picture:

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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British Heart Foundation
The Acorn Surgery, Huntingdon,

A patient has raised concerned about getting an appointment after a doctors’ surgery overhauled its system.

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Jason Louis and Daniel Marshall

An inquest has been opened into the deaths of two men from Huntingdonshire who died following a collision on the A14.

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England Ambulance Service

A Brampton man is calling for remedial work to be carried out to prevent leaks from a sewage works before hundreds of new homes are built in the village.

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Group photo of station personnel at Wyton spelling 100 to mark 100 years of Wyton Airfield

Personnel at Royal Air Force Wyton have celebrated 100 years since the station first became a military base

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Royal Air Force
Peter Valentine, of Nene Valley Gliding Club.

A gliding instructor who has pioneered a successful scholarship scheme with students at Abbey College in Ramsey has been recognised for his work.

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Abbey College
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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St Neots Town Council
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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Residents in Huntingdonshire can now take advantage of a new service that caters for minor eye ailments.

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Hinchingbrooke Hospital

The board of directors of Hinchingbrooke Hospital and Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust are set to discuss their next steps as the proposed merger plan moves ahead.

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Hinchingbrooke Hospital
RAF Molesworth

A Government proposal to build homes on RAF Molesworth has been labelled “hot air” by the leader of Huntingdonshire District Council.

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Jason Ablewhite
Wendy Richmond

A woman from Stukeley celebrated her 80th birthday riding Europe’s highest and longest zip-wire in South Wales on April 10.

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St Ives Town Council will ask Cambridgeshire County Council and Huntingdonshire District Council for a review into how turning off street lights will impact the town.

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St Ives Town Council
Damage cause to the house in Ramsey Forty Foot

A man was arrested on suspicion of drink driving after a car crashed into a house in Ramsey Forty Foot in the early hours of Saturday morning.

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A collision on the A1 northbound near Diddington

The A1 northbound carriageway has been blocked following an accident involving a lorry and two vans.

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England Ambulance Service

Police are appealing for information following a fatal collision in Longstanton on Saturday evening (April 23).

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Addenbrooke's Hospital

A housing association is to make a new set of affordable homes in Warboys available to people wtih links to the village.

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Olympic champion Rebecca Romero MBE with 99 lucky cyclists at launch of One Leisure's Cyclone classes. 
Picture: Alan Bennett / Media Imaging Solutions

Dozens of lucky cyclists and fitness enthusiasts were given the chance to cycle alongside an Olympic champion at an indoor cycling masterclass.

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The warehouse clearance store where JD Wetherspoon plan to open in St Ives

Councillors have agreed that a planning condition requiring a pub chain to install a noise meter in its beer garden can be scrapped because it is ‘not practical’ and would be an easy target for vandals.

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St Ives

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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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