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Parents warned after broken beer cans are buried with jagged edges exposed in St Neots children’s play area

Police are urging parents to be vigilant after broken beer cans were buried with the jagged edges exposed around a climbing frame at a St Neots play park.

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SJS Property Services, will donate their time for a charity, (l-r) Aaron Ball, and owner Scott Spence

Huntingdonshire community or charity group’s home could get DIY SOS-style makeover

The Hunts Post has teamed up with a decorator to offer a Huntingdonshire community group the chance to have its home given a DIY SOS-style makeover.

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Huntingdon and St Neots trains were delayed

Signalling failure leads to commuter chaos as Huntingdon and St Neots trains are delayed by an hour

Signal problems near Huntingdon have dogged commuter journeys this morning (Thursday).

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Firefighters were called to the Alconbury farm building twice last night.

Blaze breaks out at farm building in Alconbury

Firefighters battled a fire at a farm building in Alconbury.

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CCTV footage of pensioners purse theft, at Leeds Station.

VIDEO: Elderly woman pockets St Neots pensioner’s purse at station

Footage of the moment that a St Neots pensioner’s purse was pocketed by another woman at Leeds railway station has been released by police.

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A fire officer inspects the damage in Viscount Court.

Double arson attack shock as explosion rocks a St Neots street

Residents have spoken of their shock at hearing explosions after arsonists struck twice in a residential street in St Neots.

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Hinchingbrooke park,

Hinchingbrooke Park scoops two awards in Anglia in Bloom finals

Hinchingbrooke Country Park was the big winner at this year’s Anglia in Bloom awards.

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Rogue traders ripping off elderly victims spotted in Huntingdon and St Neots

Rogue traders are targeting elderly people in St Neots and Huntingdon.

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Firefighters were called to two blazes in Viscount Court.

Arsonists target cars in St Neots street

Arsonists struck twice in a residential street in St Neots at the weekend.

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Fire crews spent hours to control the lorry fire.

Lorry fire causes severe delays on A1 between Alconbury and Brampton Hut

A lorry fire caused severe delays on the A1 southbound between Alconbury and Brampton Hut at 12.17pm today (Friday).

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The smouldering heap of straw after arsonists struck in Brampton. Picture: CAMBS FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICE.

Fire crews from across Huntingdonshire drafted in after arson attack on 750-tonne stack of straw in Brampton

Firefighters from all over Huntingdonshire battled a blaze after a 750-tonne stack of straw was set on fire.

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At least 40 firefighters worked through the night to tackle the blaze.

Blaze destroys buildings at Huntingdonshire industrial estate

More than 40 firefighters worked through the early hours to tackle a blaze in Staughton Moor, near Great Staughton, today (Thursday).

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Fire crews used specialist cutting tools to free the casualty.

Motorists urged to take care after accident in Abbotsley

Motorists have been urged to take care in changing weather conditions after an accident in Abbotsley left one man hospitalised on Monday (September 1).

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St Neots pub wants to extend hours

A St Neots pub is applying to open until 3am on Saturdays and Sundays.

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Cambs council has no plans to review areas where street lights have been removed

More readers are contacting The Hunts Post to say they feel their areas have been left in the dark following lamppost replacement work – and the county council has no plans to review or analyse streets where work has been completed.

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St Neots Town FC

The new Manager at St Ives Town, Ricky Marheineke.

St Ives penalty heartbreak as Ricky Marheineke’s men lose FA Cup tie

St Ives Town worked hard to earn a replay in a feisty FA Cup preliminary round tie which hinged on a strange refereeing decision in the 70th minute.

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Other Sport

England Midlands Daniel Bullen in action in the table tennis event during day three of the 2013 SainsburyÂ’s School Games at Ponds Forge, Sheffield. Picture: Anna Gowthorpe

Daniel targets Tokyo Paralympic table tennis squad place

St Neots table tennis starlet Daniel Bullen admits the Sainsbury’s 2014 School Games is the perfect stepping stone to bigger and better things after the teenager secured a silver medal.

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