A man who punched three people in St Neots has been sentenced to two years’ in prison.
Businesses warned to display QR code posters or face fine ahead of enhanced ‘test and trace’ NHS app launch
The county’s director of public health warned that businesses will face a fine if they do not display an official NHS QR code poster or collect customer, visitor and staff contact details.
Star of The Royle Family Sue Johnston voices story of Hinchingbrooke Hospital cancer nurse Lynda Hall for Macmillan’s campaign
Actress Sue Johnston has voiced the poignant story of a Hinchingbrooke Hospital nurse to urge people to support Macmillan Cancer Support’s flagship coffee morning campaign.
Boris Johnson has announced a series of new restrictions to stop a future surge of coronavirus cases.
A new refuse vehicle in Huntingdonshire District Council’s fleet has been named after a local youngster who does his best to keep the community clean and tidy.
‘It is ok to ask for help’ – Age UK urges people to reach out this winter as they reveal lockdown toll on elderly in Cambridgeshire
Elderly people across Cambridgeshire are being encouraged to reach out and ask for help this winter – after lockdown left many feeling isolated.
Staff from a St Ives supermarket raised £176.35 for the local branch of the British Heart Foundation.
Former health minister Lord David Owen will give evidence to the Infected Blood Inquiry today (September 22).
Repairs to a gas main which prompted anger over to the closure of a key road in Huntingdon throughout the summer have now been completed.
A 17-year-old boy was arrested on suspicion of having class B drugs – and two air pistols were confiscated – after a house was raided in Godmanchester.
Bomb dispersal experts still on scene after Second World War relic was uncovered.
David Wilson Homes has donated a Facebook Portal to Rose Cottage Care Home in Huntingdon.
A postmortem concluded Mr Duquemin died of a ruptured spleen as a result of blunt force trauma.
Many GP surgeries across Cambridgeshire have not been providing vital information about the coronavirus and changes to cancer services on their websites during the pandemic, according to a survey [...]
An Ely based theatre company is planning to save Christmas by bringing their Covid-cancelled family production to The Maltings.
Health secretary Matt Hancock has warned a second national lockdown has not been ruled out to curb the spread of coronavirus.
The scheme is part of an initiative to show support and listen to the views of officers and staff.
A plaque marking the St Neots birthplace of Battle of Britain hero Victor Ekins was unveiled on September 15.
More than 40 children were sent home from a school in Huntingdon after a child tested positive for Covid-19.
A Huntingdon man who racially abused a plain clothed police officer in the street has been handed a hospital order.
Women across Huntingdonshire have received another set back in their fight for pension justice for women born in the 1950s.
Colleagues and friends from the Huntingdon Community Cancer Network (HCCN) have paid tribute to founder of the charity, Susan Moore, who died on September 11.
Slimming World members have breathed a huge sigh of relief after being told the Government’s new rules on meetings of six people will not affect their newly-opened classes.
Chief Constable Nick Dean said there were “numerous” clips posted to TikTok.
Shane Smith, 36, began his spree in Haymans Way, Papworth, on June 22, by forcing his way into a home using a screwdriver to steal cash, jewellery and a hat.
Cambridgeshire police are urging residents to look closer to spot signs of exploitation of children and young people in a bid to raise awareness of the issue.
A 24-year-old man, from Huntingdon, has been arrested on suspicion of murder, two counts of attempted murder and possessing class A drugs with intent to supply.
Air ambulance Magpas is facing a formal restriction on night-time flights in its helicopter if it gets the go-ahead to open a new base at Alconbury Weald.
ST NEOTS ROWING CLUB HELPS WITH CHANNEL 5'S THE GADGET SHOW
🛑St Neots Businesses🛑 - COVID 19 HELP - Don't miss your £10,000 grant!!...
OPERATION PROTECT - BUSINESSES IN THE ST NEOTS AREA DURING COVID 19.......
My brother has started a goverment petition to get fishing lakes re opened early....
Lets support our independent St Neots businesses!...
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Cambridgeshire Royals Dragon Boat Club St Neots - Four of its juniors have selected for the Under 18 and Under 24s GB teams
“Tracy Munro and Chris Durrant, both of Alconbury, were married on 8th May 2019.
“Helen Preston and Matt Adamson both of Clapham, were married on 1st June 2019.
“Lindsey Li and Matt Beer, both of Kimbolton, were married on 25th May 2019.
DISTRICT COUNCIL'S LONG TERM INVESTMENT IN ST NEOTS
Laura Beadles, formerly from Hemingford Grey and Richard Fielding were married on 6th April 2019.
“Ann Martin and Steve Bicknell, both of Sawtry, were married on 9th April 2019.
Cambridgeshire Royals dragon boating youth team members selected for Team GB
HUNTINGDONSIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL APPROVES CAR PARKING INVESTMENT - READ ALL ABOUT IT
In St Neots and across Cambridgeshire people trying to get rid of rubbish in large vans are being turned away....
I'm guessing that your laptop, Mac or PC is your most valuable asset when it comes to running your own business - am I right?...
Tara Roylance and Gary Kitchener, both of Shefford, were married on 29th September 2018.
A successful Emergency Services Day held at Hinchingbrooke Country Park.
“Sarah Hutchcraft and Leslie Northrop, both of Brampton, were married on 18th August 2018.
We did it, 2018 St Neots Dragon Boat Festival Champions!...
St Neots Town Football Club Astro Renovation Crowdfunding project.