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A son says his elderly mum is heartbroken after discovering her late husband’s grave near St Neots had been vandalised and personal items and keepsakes stolen.

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Accident on the A1(M) near Sawtry. Picture: CAMBS FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICE

This was the scene after the emergency services released a man who had been trapped in his van after a collision on the A1(M) this morning.

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Hisham Abdel-Rahman, Chief Executive Officer and Clinical Chairman at Hinchingbrooke Hospital,

The chief executive of Hinchingbrooke Healthcare NHS Trust says an action plan to improve standards at the Huntingdon hospital will be 90 per cent complete by this summer.

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Ambulance crews were called to the A1(M) this morning

Three lanes of the A1(M) between Sawtry and Alconbury have been blocked due to an accident this morning (Tuesday).

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Lions Bernard Dable (left) and Keith Chandler pictured at the launch of the appeal.

Huntingdon Grafham Water Lions Club has nominated Macmillan’s appeal for the New Woodlands Oncology Centre at Hinchinbrooke as their chosen charity for this year’s Safari Walk on May 17.

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Children from Crosshall Junior School, who have been supporting the Royal British Legion by selling VE70 Day Pins and 1915-2015 Pins, (front) Demi, lays flowers at the memorial, with James, with Zak, Hazel, Reggie, at the Eaton Socon memorial.

Four pupils from Crosshall Junior School in Eaton Socon have been supporting the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War by selling enamel pins for £2, with all proceeds going to the Poppy Appeal.

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Hilary Mantel at Hinchingbrooke School

Dame Hilary Mantel, author of the Booker Prize winning Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies, spoke at Hinchingbrooke House on Saturday, to mark the 450th anniversary of Huntingdon Grammar School. Hunts Post reporter ANGELA SINGER was there.

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Jenny Tofts, who was conned out of several thousand pounds.

The owner of a St Neots hair salon has warned people to be on their guard against phoned scammers after she was tricked into handing over thousands of pounds to a man claiming to be a High Court sheriff. Jenny Tofts, 36, who runs Affinity in Park Way, Little Paxton, paid £4,000 to the man who called himself Jonathan Stevens after he threatened to send the bailiffs round to settle an unpaid bill.

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Jay Newling, from Sutton, who has organised a 24-hour drumathon to raise funds for Cancer Research.

A Huntingdonshire village will be marching to the beat of many drums during a 24-hour drumathon.

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Keith Goodman, with the deliberately damaged  trees at French’s Field in Huntingdon.

An investigation has been launched to find out who is stripping bark from trees at a Huntingdon park – leaving them to die.

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Mike Gays, from Brampton,  who has had a leg amputated,  and is due to play in the disabled French Open in May.

Mike Gays is getting ready to hit the fairways for a major tournament in France – but the Brampton man is no ordinary golfer.

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Mick George financial director, John Stump, left, with Elliot, Grace, Freya, Sophie, and book jam organiser Ros Pascoe.

This year’s St Ives Book Jam is building up to be the biggest yet, thanks to help from sponsor Mick George Ltd.

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At Hinchingbrooke Hospital, is retirement party for Susan Martin, community respiratory nurse specialist, after 40 years of service,

A nurse whose career spanned more than four decades has retired.

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Home Office immigration enforcement officers in Walden Road, Huntingdon.

Immigration enforcement officers raided a car wash centre in Huntingdon on Wednesday and detained a man who is said to have entered the UK illegally.

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Fire engines and firefighter at training centre

Two fires involving vehicles have caused delays for motorists in Huntingdonshire this afternoon.

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Michael Calahane with a photograph of his son Connor

The father of a teenage motorcyclist who sustained life-changing injuries when he hit a rope tied between two trees has spoken of his heartbreak as the family mount a bed-side vigil.

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(Left to right) Prime Minister David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg. Photos: PA

David Cameron came out top in a snap poll following the last major TV event of the election campaign - but the majority of viewers said it would not change their mind on polling day.

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(l-r) Emma, and Adam Wright, who own The Framery in Stonely, have both been nominated for a national framing award, with the Office Manager Sam the dog.

A husband and wife team who a run a picture-framing business in Kimbolton have made the final of a national award run by the Fine Art Trade Guild.

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Court report

A former member of staff at Sawtry Community College who admitted to a sex offence with an under-age girl has been given a suspended jail sentence.

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The wood where youngsters ride their bikes is strewn with rubbish.

A teenage motorcyclist who suffered serious injuries to his neck and windpipe after he hit a rope that had been tied between two trees has been named as Connor Calahane-Toon.

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Danger of Drowning, signs, Hartford Riverside,

A Huntingdon charity has thrown its weight behind comments made by a coroner who called for swimming lesson provision to be improved in schools after hearing how a teenager drowned in the river at Hartford last summer.

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Gallery:Eynesbury celebrates patron saint with fun day

Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Eynesbury Village Asssociation St Georges Day,  (l-r) Rosalie, and Emily, from St Neots, with the crowns they made,

Families enjoyed a fun day out at Eynesbury Village Association’s St George’s event – held on a new site at the Regatta Meadow in St Neots.

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One of the Royal Navy's Trident-class nuclear submarines

It would be “irresponsible folly” for the next Government not to renew Trident, a group of former defence and security chiefs have warned.

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The wood where youngsters ride their bikes is strewn with rubbish.

A teenage motorcyclist is being kept in a medically-induced coma after suffering serious injuries to his neck and windpipe after he hit a rope that had been tied between two trees in a wood in St Neots.

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Wetherspoon is coming to town

Pub chain Wetherspoon has apologised to Hunts Post readers after making a U-turn on the name of its planned pub in Huntingdon.

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Sainsbury's in Huntingdon

Planners are in talks with supermarket giant Sainsbury’s to devise an “exit strategy” after the store confirmed it would not be relocating.

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Ansy Bassett

Huntingdonshire runners were out in force at the Virgin Money London Marathon on Sunday to raise funds for charity.

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Missing girl Lili Munteanu

Police are growing increasingly concerned for a teenage girl who has gone missing from Lincolnshire and may have travelled to the Birmingham area, but is also known to have links in Cambridgeshire.

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The Hunts Post Hustings, at Huntingdon Regional College, Green Party Tom Maclellan,

Next month’s General Election could be the most tightly fought in decades and last Thursday (April 16) night an audience of voters at Huntingdonshire Regional College were given the opportunity to find out what the prospective parliamentary candidates for the Huntingdon seat will be offering should they be selected.

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Election 2015

Friday, May 1, 2015
(Left to right) Prime Minister David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg. Photos: PA

David Cameron came out top in a snap poll following the last major TV event of the election campaign - but the majority of viewers said it would not change their mind on polling day.

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