The science behind printing was the focus of an after school activity afternoon on Monday last week.
Dogs can share in the carnival spirit.
An annual fete is a sign of the coming summer.
Another bird identification walk will be held on Friday (May 24).
Slimmers in Stotfold, Shefford and Hitchin donated their plus-sized clothes to Cancer Research.
It’s not uncommon for those who have supped not wisely but too well to wake up the morning after and make heartfelt vows about their future behaviour.
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to this debriefing session of the GB Eurovision task force 2013.
“Tomorrow we will run faster, stretch out our arms farther... And so we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past….”
Action-heavy crime thriller GANGSTER SQUAD (15: Warner) has more brawn than brains, but sets its sights firmly from the start and hits the mark with relish.
Yes, I know, I know – it’s a dream team, isn’t it?
Rotarians of the future can learn about Rotary values at two school clubs.
A lower school has been graded as ‘good’ by inspectors.
Hats the way to do it!
Artistic children have helped to bring down the speeds of motorists driving close to their school.
Staff and students at a middle school are enjoying new facilities bought with sponsorship money from a fun run.
A supermarket may cancel fines given to drivers who overstay in its car park if they can prove they were shopping at the store at the time.1 comment
Lindsay’s Bakery in Potton is celebrating 20 years under the current ownership.
Here is one for all curious drivers.
First Capital Connect has appointed a new managing director.
Nine out of 10 business owners would set out on their own again despite the difficulties of running their own firms.
Engineers, manufacturers and scientists are the new rock and roll, as well as being saviours of the economy.
Fewer companies in the retail and property sectors have been going into administration, says a market watcher who believes it may signal the only way is up.1 comment
Licensees of community pubs are to get help against landlords who abuse their powers.
Emmerdale actor Richard Thorp has died aged 81.
The mother of murdered toddler James Bulger has urged a parole board not to release killer Jon Venables.
Afghan interpreters who served on the front line in Helmand with British troops for more than a year may be eligible for a five year visa to the UK, it has emerged..
MP Eric Joyce is facing breach of the peace charges following an incident at Edinburgh Airport.
The wife of a serviceman killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan has told mourners at his funeral he will live on through their unborn son.
A Briton from Essex has died after reportedly drinking poisoned alcohol during a trek in the Indonesian jungle.
Young people in rural Essex will be encouraged to engage with their local community while building their confidence and job prospects after a project was awarded a grant by the Big Lottery Fund.
Cambridge has come eighth in the most-visited destinations made to the UK last year, according to latest figures.
The Duke of Cambridge called on the public to continue their support of injured British servicemen and women as he and Prince Harry officially opened four Help for Heroes Recovery centres, including in Colchester, during a visit to Tedworth House, Tidworth, Wiltshire.
The daughter of a woman from Chelmsford killed by a convicted murderer has claimed that her mother would still be alive if police had done their jobs properly.
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Wednesday 22 May 2013
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