St Neots news

Thursday, January 19, 2017
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Masie in her cage.

The family of a tiny dog whose jaw was broken in three places when it was attacked by a much larger dog are warning other owners and even parents to be vigilant.

Jack Nodes who died on New Year's Day, 2015.

A heartbroken mum is offering a reward for the return of her mobile phone which contains an ‘I Love You’ text message from her son who passed away two years ago.

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Tracy Brogan, headteacher of Ernulf Academy

The latest Ofsted report for Ernulf Academy in St Neots has rated the school as still requiring improvement in all areas but says “inadequate teaching has been eradicated”.

Ernulf Academy
Black Cat FM

A plan has been revealed to launch a volunteer-run FM radio station for St Neots.

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Police want to speak to this man in connection with a theft in St Neots.

Police have released CCTV images of two people they would like to speak to in connection with a theft from Waitrose in St Neots.

Magpas rapid response vehicle

Emergency services were called to a petrol station in St Neots on Sunday morning after a man went into cardiac arrest.

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Janet Bedingfield on her last day at the Priory Centre

A fitness teacher has been presented with flowers and gifts after more than 30 years of helping adults and children in the St Neots area to keep fit.

Priory Centre

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Macmillan Appeal

Thursday, September 1, 2016
(L-R) front row: Jess Levin, Macmillan fundraising manager), Lynda Hall, lead nurse of cancer and palliative care at Macmillan Woodlands Centre, Carol Croft, former patient at old Woodlands Unit, and Mark Cammies, estates and facilities director at Hinchingbrooke Hospital.

A new £2.4m cancer centre at Hinchingbrooke Hospital welcomed its first patients this week.

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