THE family of a young mother who was killed when her car left the road and collided with trees said they believed she would live on as a guardian angel to her 16-week-old son Rachel Jackson had been heading home after dropping off her boyfriend at his hou
THE family of a young mother who was killed when her car left the road and collided with trees said they believed she would live on as a guardian angel to her 16-week-old son
Rachel Jackson had been heading home after dropping off her boyfriend at his house when she lost control of her Peugeot 306 on the A1 near St Neots.
The 25-year-old from Dukes Drive, Ramsey Forty Foot, who was described as a wonderful mum and a free spirit, was alone in the car at the time of crash.
In an exclusive interview, Rachel's family told The Hunts Post it was just fortunate baby Dominic had not been in the car when it ran off the road on May 29.
A LANDLADY declared her pub a football free zone, casting aside World Cup fever in the hope of attracting customers looking to avoid the tournament.
Melanie Richardson, 34, at The Black Bull in Godmanchester, declared her pub a World Cup-free zone throughout the entire competition.
She said: "We are a food-led pub and hope to attract people who don't like football."
A FIVE-year-old St John's Primary School pupil was delighted when her missing cat walked into her geography lesson two weeks after disappearing.
Brooke Jeffries had been left devastated when eight-month-old Slater vanished from her home in Robertson Way, Huntingdon.
The family walked the streets looking for Slater but instead he turned up at the door of Brooke's geography lesson.
Helen Curtis, deputy headteacher at St John's Primary School said: "Brooke was so excited when she saw Slater at classroom door she just jumped up and shouted 'that's my cat!' He must have smelt her or something, as we were all amazed when he just walked into the classroom."
A PRIEST from St Ives was joined by friends and family at a church ceremony to honour the 50th anniversary of his ordination to priesthood.
Father Dennis Clark, 80, told The Hunts Post he always knew he would work in the church.
To mark his half a century of service to communities in Godmanchester and St Ives, he was given a book dedicated to him and signed by the Archbishop of Canterbury.
THE absence of speed cameras on the Forty Foot road where five people died within six weeks was highlighted at an inquest into their deaths.
Coroner William Morris said he would send Cambridgeshire County Council a report into the deaths of two drivers and three passengers on the Forty Foot Bank Road.
Driver error was found to be the cause of both accidents, which happened within just a few weeks of each other.