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Gary Sanders

The family of a 43-year-old man who drowned in a culvert have told an inquest that he was turning his life around.

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Police discover cannabis factory in Great Whyte, Ramsey

A cannabis factory was discovered in Ramsey this morning (Wednesday) following a search by police.

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Great Gransden Windmill

The future of a historic windmill in Great Gransden has been secured thanks to a grant worth thousands of pounds.

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The Oak Tree Centre, in Huntingdon,

A vending machine at a health centre in Huntingdon has been forced to have its stock replaced, after patients complained some snacks were too high in sugar and fat.

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Huntingdon
Blaze took hold of family's home in Eaton Ford

A family who lost belongings and treasured memories in a fire that ripped through their home have described the incident as ‘heart-breaking’

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The Marriott Hotel welcomed more than 100 guests for the ball. Picture: Dishy Daddy Photography.

The organisers of a charity ball have expressed their gratitude after guests helped raise thousands of pounds on Friday evening (June 17).

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Derek Giles is supporting the new Saints Boxing Club

The new mayor of St Neots officially opened a new car boot sale - the first of many fundraising events he will attend throughout his mayoral year.

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St Neots
St Peters School, Huntingdon,

Public Health England (PHE) has confirmed that it is working with St Peter’s School following the confirmation of a case of tuberculosis.

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St Peter's School
Royal Air Force Wyton excercised its right to the freedom of Huntingdon on Sunday.

Servicemen and women from RAF Wyton exercised their freedom of Huntingdon on Sunday with a parade through the town.

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Royal Air Force
Anthony White

The family of a former lift engineer is appealing to his former workmates for help after he died from a rare form of cancer caused by exposure to asbestos decades before symptoms began to appear.

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Papworth Everard
Bomber Command Veterans Day, at Godmanchester Commrades Club,

The last-surviving airman who took part in the Dam Busters raid was among guests at a special Bomber Command Veteran’s Day held in Godmanchester on Saturday.

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Godmanchester
The Sun pub, Hartford Road, Huntingdon.

A plan to convert a former Hartford pub into five homes has been thrown out due to parking problems.

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Huntingdon Town Council
Air Accident Investigation Branch

An aircraft crashed to the ground after its wing clipped the runway as the pilot attempted to take off, an accident report has revealed.

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Motorists using the southbound carriage of the A1 between Sawtry and Alconbury have been promised a “smoother drive” once Highways England completes work over the summer to renew the surface of the road.

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President Mick Marks presents Isabella Fleming with her certificate.

A young writer from St Neots has been crowned the winner of Young Writer in Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland’s national competition.

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St Neots

An inquest into the death of a 62-year-old man who suffered a fall outside a St Neots pub has been opened.

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Huntingdon MP Jonathan Djanogly and Councillor Ryan Fuller.

A petition with more than 6,000 signatures calling for services at Hinchingbrooke Hospital to be saved has been presented to the government.

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Jonathan Djanogly
The leaflets were reportedly posted through doors in Huntingdon.

Cambridgeshire police say they have met with a community leader in Huntingdon today (Sunday) following reports that leaflets labelling the Polish community “vermin” were distributed around the town.

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Huntingdon
Gwen King (centre) hands over a cheque for £1000 from her card sales, At the Woodlands Centre to (left) Lynda Hall, Macmillan Lead Nurse, and (right) Donna Atkin, Chemotherapy Lead Nurse

After battling cancer more than a decade ago a card maker has used her passion to donate vital funds to the Macmillan Woodlands Centre.

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Hinchingbrooke Hospital
St Neots Armed Forces Day, Standard Bearers (l-r) Alan Argyle, and Albert Hayes, chatting with Reggie Argyle, and Zack Argyle,

St Neots was transported to a bygone era on Saturday as the town marked Armed Forces Day.

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Two flags - European Union and Great Britain

Huntingdonshire has spoken and voted in what was described as the most important vote of the millennium.

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Jonathan Djanogly
The count last night at One Leisure, in St Ives.

Voters from across Huntingdonshire have had their say on the European Union with a majority voting to leave.

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European Union
Remain: Jonathan Djanogly MP and Leave: Councillor Paul Bullen

The EU referendum has been described as one of the most important votes of the millennium.

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European Union
Stress Less champions, at Huntingdon Regional College, (l-r) Mental Health Campaigns Officer Dominika Karpowicz, Mariana, Welfare Advisor Zoe Dunstan, and Kaitlinn.

A new campaign to help young people cope with the stress of exams is making an impact across the county.

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Cambridgeshire County Council
St Neots Pill Box, (l-r) Chairman of the Trustees at St Neots Museum Peter Ibbett, Mayor Derek Giles, and Dr Mike Osborne.

A leading historian has thrown his weight behind a campaign to save an historic Second World War pill box in St Neots.

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St Neots Town Council
Samuel Peyps 10 year anniversary, Trevor and Karen Fowler,

Husband and wife team, Karen and Trevor Fowler, are celebrating a decade of owning the Huntingdon pub The Samuel Pepys.

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Eynesbury crash at the junction of Ridgeway and Potton Road

A motorist had a lucky escape this morning (Wednesday) after his car flipped onto its roof following a collision with a truck.

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Huntingdonshire District Council
Huntingdonshire home has won the Free Postcode Lottery

One lucky postcode in the Huntingdonshire area has been chosen in the daily Free Postcode Lottery.

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United Kingdom
Smoke from a house fire in Arnhem Close, Eaton Ford on Wednesday morning. Picture: TOMMO NEWTON

Firefighters were called to a blaze in Eaton Ford yesterday (Wednesday) after a tumble dryer caught fire.

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Cambridgeshire Fire

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The Marriott Hotel welcomed more than 100 guests for the ball. Picture: Dishy Daddy Photography.

The organisers of a charity ball have expressed their gratitude after guests helped raise thousands of pounds on Friday evening (June 17).

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