A St Neots-based solicitor took part in Sunday’s London Marathon as part of a fund-raising team that raised thousands of pounds for charity.
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According to an online study by Research Without Boarders, we East Anglians are the second biggest coffee drinkers in the UK, second only to residents in the South West.
A St Neots mum who is about to embark on her third childrens’ book is taking part in a competition to discover new business talent.
Friedrich Schiller’s Mary Stuart opens at the Cambridge Arts Theatre on April 23.
St Neots man Iain Holiday has completed two of the four marathons he will run in the next four weeks to raise money for a cancer charity.
Burt the Binman made a visit to a St Neots’ secondary school to talk to students about digital media and recyling.
The list of candidates hoping for a seat on Huntingdonshire District Council was officially released on Monday, with 149 people vying for one of 52 available. The full line-up is revealed here.
A butterfly-shaped bus route linking communities in St Neots could open if the town is successful in obtaining a chunk of £5.8 million being made available by the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority.
A organisation based in Ellington is urging people to sign a petition calling for statutory bereavement leave after the death of a spouse or life partner.
A new bid is being made to reopen to traffic a long-closed road link in St Neots town centre.
Members of the Wednesday Welcome club at St Mary’s Church, in Eaton Socon, showed off their best Easter bonnets on March 28.
Members of the St Neots TimeBank finally managed to celebrate their sixth anniversary on March 17 after heavy snow forced them to cancel an earlier event.
Pupils from Crosshall Junior School met up with gymnast Louis Smith and professional golfer Hennie Goya during a school games event.
Residents at a St Neots care home were able to test out a Magic Table aimed at encouraging physical and social activity for people living with dementia and severe leaning disabilities.
A group of Year 1 pupils from Crosshall Infant School took part in a medieval day as part of their topic work on castles.
Tickets for this year’s Buckfest - which takes place on July 14 at Buckden Village Club - will go on sale on April 14.
Pupils from Crosshall Nursery School took part in an Easter bonnet parade.
A father and son have opened a new state-of-the-art spine and posture correction clinic in St Neots.
Ernulf Academy has been recognised for its “passionate drive” to improve standards and performance, in two glowing reports.
More than 200 children will take part in a production of Peter Pan at Hinchingbrooke Performing Arts Centre this weekend (March 24/25).
An elderly woman has had more than £3,000 stolen from her bank account after her bank card was stolen in a supermarket in St Neots.
A new charity shop has opened on the Market Square in St Neots.
Huntingdon MP Jonathan Djanogly performed the official opening ceremony at the new Vision Express store based in Tesco in St Neots.
Local musical and dramatic society, Vamps of St Neots, is presenting the hit West End and Broadway musical Avenue Q at the Priory Centre, St Neots, from April 12-14.
School pupils have been banned from a supermarket in St Neots after a spate of shop-lifting offences.
On average there are about 25,000 winter deaths in England each year.
Huntingdon MP Jonathan Djanogly paid a visit to Crosshall School, in Eaton Ford, this morning (Friday) to talk about his job.
A decision to scrap planned increases to some social care charges for vulnerable adults has been welcomed by the county’s health watchdog.
More than 40 golfers teed-off at St Neots Golf Club on February 27 to celebrate the 90th birthday of long-term member Charles Marr.
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