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Huntingdon Flip-a-thon, Ruth Savage, with Guide Dog Goldie,

Huntingdon served up a treat for Shrove Tuesday, as the annual Pancake Flipathon got under way on February 9.

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A man was slashed with a craft knife in an attack in Huntingdon on Friday (February 5).

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Huntingdon
Students from across Huntingdonshire took part in a flash mob to spread their smoke free message

Pupils from St Ivo School and St Peter’s School joined a singing flash mob to surprise shoppers with their smoke free message.

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St Peter's School
Police appealing for information after burglary in Dartmoor Drive, Huntingdon

Police are appealing for information following a burglary at a home in Huntingdon on Sunday.

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Huntingdon
The Rev Scott Watts

Families who want to remember loved ones who have died at Hinchingbrooke Hospital are invited to attend a memorial service.

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Hinchingbrooke Hospital

A van has over-turned after colliding with a car in Huntingdon today (Tuesday).

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Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service
Chinese New Year celebrations, at Ramsey Spinning Infants School, (l-r) Joseph, Caileigh, and Owen,

Children from Ramsey Spinning Infant School and Ramsey Community Junior School spent the day celebrating Chinese New Year on February 8.

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Police were called to St Neots at lunchtime today (Monday) after reports of a man with a machete in Naseby Gardens.

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Longsands Academy
Police arrest a man in connection with robbery in a St Neots bank

Officers investigating an armed robbery at NatWest Bank, in St Neots, in December have made an arrest.

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Farcet man, Imtiaz Baig, jailed for 16 years after grooming and raping a teenage girl

A Cambridgeshire man who groomed a teenager via Facebook and then raped her in a hotel room has been sentenced to 16 years in prison.

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Fenstanton

A housing developer is seeking feedback on a proposal to build almost 90 new homes in Fenstanton.

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Huntingdonshire District Council
Rotary Club of Huntingdon Cromwell, Young Chef Competition, (l-r) Lizzie Thomas, from Ramsey, Jack Goodway, from Huntingdon, and Holly Toulson, from St Ives,

A trio of talented young cooks from Huntingdonshire took part in a competition to discover the best young chefs from across the East.

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Hinchingbrooke School
ProEdge Westwood Road - the home of St Ives Town FC.

St Ives Town Football Club have lodged an appeal against the district council’s refusal to grant permission to redevelop their Westwood Road ground, calling the decision “ill-founded”.

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Huntingdonshire District Council
The Bishop of Ely Stephen Conway, visits pupils ta St Marys Academy Primary School, St Neots, with (l-r) Lewis, George, Bluebell, and Sienna,

Youngsters at St Mary’s Academy Primary in St Neots welcomed the Bishop of Ely, the Right Reverend Stephen Conway, to the school on January 22.

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Hunts Post Photographic Competition, entries from Patricia Marsden, from St Ives,

ntries continue to flood in for this year’s Hunts Post Photo Competition.

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Priory Centre

Anglian Water has pledged to spend more than £9million upgrading its network across Huntingdonshire in the next year.

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Brampton
The mayor of St Ives, Cllr Ian Jackson, with Gilly Jackson, and Scouts Holly, Nathan and Areeya.

The 5th St Ives Scouts welcomed a very special guest for their very own Master Chef challenge.

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Ian Jackson
Tumble dryer causes fire in Eynesbury home

Firefighters were called a blaze in Eynesbury this morning (Friday) after a tumble dryer caught light.

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The scene of the fire, in Tilbrook.

Firefighters prevented a blaze at a straw recycling facility in Tilbrook from escalating into a major incident.

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Arsonists set fire to an outbuilding in Houghton.

A boat and two vehicles were destroyed by arsonists in an attack on an outbuilding in Houghton on Thursday.

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St Ives
Tracey Mackenzie and Kevin Smith with the Ellington hut.

An unusual piece of Huntingdonshire’s First World War heritage has been saved after it was brought to the attention of a specialist team of historians.

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Polling Station, at Jubilee Hall, Eaton Socon,

St Neots Town Council has confirmed that its Neighbourhood Plan was accepted by the St Neots community in a dedicated referendum that took place across the town yesterday (Thursday).

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James Corley
Huntingdon MP Jonathan Djanogly

Huntingdon MP Jonathan Djanogly has re-affirmed his view that the UK should remain part of the European Union.

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Jonathan Djanogly
Bagpipe player Vincent Forkner,  from Ramsey St Marys, with mum Victoria Askey.

An eight-year-old boy who suffered with breathing difficulties and had to undergo regular respiratory physiotherapy has been given a new lease of life after learning to play the bagpipes.

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Hinchingbrooke Hospital
Councillor Barry Chapman.

Plans to build a new swimming pool in St Neots have taken a significant step forward with the announcement that a new charitable trust will be set up to oversee the project.

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A £10million investment in Godmanchester will go towards providing new services and infrastructure to help the town cope with hundreds of new homes.

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Godmanchester
(Left toright) Joan Meiklejohn; Dorothy Dunn; Tony Stefanelli; Sue Simmons; Angela Newell and Roz Rowland.

Members of the Churches Together in Sawtry group have launched a new project in the village which aims to bring to life the stories told in the bible.

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Sawtry
Photography tutor, Kris Brown, and students Emily Bevens with Chris Potter.

A Huntingdon man has managed to recover a priceless photograph of his father – an RAF Squadron Leader who served in the Second World War - thanks to Huntingdonshire Regional College’s photography department and a little DIY.

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Huntingdonshire Regional College
Victor Steward of Warboys has been awarded the rank of Chevalier (Knight) of the Legion of Honour by the President of France, the highest decoration that can be bestowed by that country, with Great Gran-daughters (l-r) Katie, and Chloe,

A veteran from Warboys has been awarded the Legion of Honour from the French government in recognition of his service during the Second World War.

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Cheque to the Woodlands Centre, (l-r) Woodlands Administration Assistant Diane Moore, fundraiser Amy Scott, and Woodlands Manager Linda Hall, with a cheque for £1045.84.  Money was raised from Amy's grandmother Stephanie Wilderspin's funeral donations.

A teenager from Hartford raised much needed funds for the Macmillan Woodlands Centre in memory of her grandmother.

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