Huntingdonshire, England Newswire

Huntingdonshire, England Newswire

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  1. Work begins to build thousands of new homes in St NeotsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Hunts Post

    Work has begun at a new housing development in St Neots following the signing of a planning agreement and legal framework. The signing of a Section 106 agreement follows on from the Resolution to Grant, which was received at Huntingdonshire District Council in March, and the signing completes the consent process for Wintringham Park.

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  2. Why this mayor is so angry that Wisbech was described as the biggest town in CambridgeshireRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Cambridge Evening News

    The mayor of St Neots has hit out at the authors of a report which dubbed Wisbech the 'biggest town in Cambridgeshire' - because he says his town is bigger. Cllr Barry Chapman said he was "disgusted" to discover St Neots had lost the title of the county's largest town, at least according to the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Investment and Economic Commission report.

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  3. Men arrested on suspicion of fraud in RamseyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 11 | Hunts Post

    The arrests happened on Friday after recent reports of the rouge selling of fish in and around the Peterborough area. NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Former Premier League star delivers a sucker-punch as St Neots Town suffer FA Trophy exit at the hands of 10-man Barwell Looking for a job? We have a wide selection of jobs in all sectors and make it easy to apply to vacancies.

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  4. Story of lost 'Huntingdonshire wonder' revealed in new bookRead the original story

    Friday Nov 9 | Hunts Post

    One of the lost treasures of the historic county of Huntingdonshire is being brought back to life with the launch of a new book, featuring updated research by author Paul Middleton. Inspired by his love of the Fens, doctor of archaeology Paul has delved into the story of Whittlesea Mere, the largest body of inland water in lowland England before it was drained in the 1850s.

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  5. Councillors to mull design options for proposed town bridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 9 | Hunts Post

    One of the designs to be considered for the new bridge over the River Great Ouse in St Neots. Picture: CONTRIBUTED A new suspension bridge in St Neots would help the town become a "manufacturing dynamo" and boost the economy of the area, it has been claimed.

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  6. The proposed bridge would take foot and cycle traffic across the River Great OuseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 9 | Cambridge Evening News

    A new suspension bridge in St Neots would help the town become a "manufacturing dynamo" and boost the economy of the area, it has been claimed. There are plans for a new bridge which will take foot and cycle traffic across the River Great Ouse in St Neots.

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  7. Failed Isleham ram raid triggered police response that caught ram...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 8 | Wisbech Standard

    Failed Isleham ram raid triggered police response that caught ram raiders 23 miles away - but as they go to jail A 250,000 haul from other raids still missing Tony Smith from Willingham, and Charlie Oakley from Shefford, have been sentenced after being convicted of eight ram raids. The photographs include Isleham and Feltwell which the raiders targeted.

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  8. City metro system could include stops in HuntingdonshireRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 8 | Hunts Post

    There are calls for more planning powers to make sure a Cambridge metro can deliver, as "aspirations" to extend routes out towards Huntingdon and St Ives were revealed. Speaking on Wednesday , James Palmer, mayor of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority, said he thought the best way to deliver a metro would be to set up a "mayoral development corporation" , which would help consolidate planning powers in the region.

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  9. Visitors to travel thousands of miles to join commemorationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 7 | Hunts Post

    A group of residents from Godmanchester have joined together to host a series of events and displays to commemorate the end of the First World War. The Godmanchester Remembers group has been encouraging townsfolk to create individual displays, which form a poppy walk people can travel along and use an interactive map to guide them.

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  10. District's foremost firms are honoured at annual Hunts Post business awards eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 6 | Hunts Post

    The district's finest firms gathered at the Burgess Hall on Friday night for this year's Hunts Post's Huntingdonshire Business Awards. The district's finest firms gathered at the Burgess Hall on Friday night for this year's Hunts Post's Huntingdonshire Business Awards.

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  11. Remembrance weekend is set to be town's busiest yetRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 6 | Hunts Post

    Officials at the St Ives branch of the Royal British Legion say this year's First World War commemorations have been their biggest and busiest to date. Branch member Mike Robinson said the last of the legion's 'Every Man Remembered' campaign, which saw services held for all 179 serviceman who died in the Great War from the branch's area, was completed just last month, following years of research and organisation.

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  12. A cascade of poppies planned for town's commemorationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 6 | Hunts Post

    Poppies will cascade from Huntingdon Town Hall and church bells will toll on Sunday as the town gathers to mark the centenary of Armistice Day. The Huntingdon and District branch of the Royal British Legion has joined with Huntingdon Town Council and All Saints Church in preparation for this Sunday's services, which begin from 10.30am.

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  13. Girls Football: Wonderful Westfield star in school's eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 5 | Hunts Post

    The St Ives pupils starred as more than 100 girls represented 11 schools in the event staged at St Neots Town's 3G pitch. Westfield and runners-up Crosshall Junior School will now go on to represent Huntingdonshire in the English School's Football Association County Finals.

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  14. Work on new community centre could launch in new year if councillors back appointment of builderRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 5 | Hunts Post

    Building work on a replacement for Huntingdon's Medway Centre could get under way in January if councillors vote to appoint a contractor this week. Huntingdon Town Council will meet on Thursday to discuss approving one of four tenders put forward to complete the building.

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  15. Empty RAF homes could solve district's housing issues, councillor saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 5 | Hunts Post

    A district councillor has locked horns with the Ministry of Defence in a row over more than 40 empty homes in Brampton. Councillor John Morris told the Hunts Post the amount of empty homes located at RAF Brampton was 'worrying' and that the homes could be used to help solve what he described as a housing crisis in the district.

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  16. Huntingdonshire's own radio soap opera lands gold at industry awardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 1 | Hunts Post

    The Community Radio Awards was set up three years ago to celebrate community radio and all the hard work and time that the volunteers put into their stations, shows and communities. The awards are decided by judges drawn from the community radio sector, academics, and other associated areas.

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  17. Pilot project aims to help those who struggle to afford everyday itemsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 31 | Hunts Post

    A pilot project to help provide essential items for people around Huntingdonshire struggling to make ends meet has been launched in the area. Cambridgeshire county councillor Adela Costello, Huntingdonshire district councillor Angie Dickinson and Alison Preece, youth and community co-ordinator for Cambridgeshire County Council, set up the project to allow people across the district to gain access to toiletries and other small items.

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  18. Police crack down for HalloweenRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 31 | Hunts Post

    Huntingdonshire Businesses Against Crime have also sent e-mails to people with a poster attachment that they can print off and display.

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  19. Charity shop launches appeal to commemorate the First World WarRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 31 | Hunts Post

    The Oxfam music and book shop in Huntingdon is looking to celebrate the centenary of the end of the Great War by appealing to members of the public. The shop is asking for members of the public to donate pictures of family members or friends from Huntingdonshire who fought in the First World War.

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  20. Council sets out its vision for the next four years in new planRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 30 | Hunts Post

    A document setting out the district council's vision for Huntingdonshire over the next four years has been approved by councillors. Huntingdonshire District Council's corporate plan 2018-2022 was signed off at a meeting of full council on October 17. The plan outlines the council's vision, strategic priorities and objectives for 2018-2022, and was developed to coincide with the council's current four-year electoral cycle.

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