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Community News: Crowds Support the Remembrance Day Service in Melbourn

Despite the inclement weather on Sunday probably the best crowd ever attended the Remembrance Day Service at Melbourn. At the village cross, people of all ages watched both the young and the old, some in wheelchairs, paying their respects by laying wreaths in memory of those local souls who fell in the great wars fearlessly …

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Community News: Christmas Delights at Royston Market by Clive Porter

The big countdown to Christmas has commenced and special events are popping up everywhere across our region. Royston Market joins in the fun on Saturday the 16th December with its own exciting festive edition… There has been a market in the town since Richard 1st chartered the first stalls in 1189, although in those days …

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Community News: The lawn outside Royston Golf Club will be cheered up next spring with blooms of purple crocus…

More than 3,500 bulbs have been planted in support of Rotary International’s ‘End Polio Now’ campaign.   A working party comprising five Rotarians, two golf club members, and a representative each from The Conservators of Therfield Heath and the Friends of Therfield Heath toiled away and managed to complete the work on Wednesday morning between …

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Community News: Royston Rotary Club have introduced a novel Christmas idea for children.

Royston Rotary Club have introduced a novel Christmas idea for children. They are producing realistic videos from Santa which are personalised for the children of a particular family. A family member e.g. Mum, Dad, Aunt, Grandma etc enters details on an online order form, such as the children’s names, what they might like for Christmas …

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Community News: Royston Celebrates Record-Breaking Turnout at Christmas Lights Switch On Event by Clive Porter

Royston’s Christmas Lights Switch On event, held at Fish Hill on 24th November, witnessed an overwhelming success, reportedly drawing a record-breaking crowd of over 700 people and spreading festive cheer throughout the town. The evening, hosted by Star Radio’s Josh Lovett, was a spectacular showcase of community spirit, holiday performances, and the grand illumination of …

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Community News: An Inspiration to Youngsters by Clive Porter

As part of Royston newcomer Bow Books continuing commitment to the local community its owner, Paul Bowes and his staff hosted a complimentary children’s competition to the town’s September Art Festival. The main thrust of this was aimed at youngsters under 12 to design a Christmas Bookmark and encourage their creativity as well as inspiring …

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Community News: Local Bookshop Scoops Another Goal by Clive Porter

Paul Bowes, owner of Royston’s Bow Books, acknowledges how essential it is for local businesses to retain a presence in people’s minds by regularly organising eye catching promotions in his still fledgling store on Angel Pavement. Since his launch in June, Paul has expertly managed to stay in the public eye by constantly booking literary …

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Community News: Keep Royston Kite Festival Going… Have Your Say!

The people of Royston and the surrounding areas are being asked to play their part in ensuring that the town’s iconic kite festival can continue on Therfield Heath.  The festival, organised by Royston Rotary  Club, has raised tens of thousands of pounds for mostly local charities over more than 20 years.  It returned successfully after …

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