St Ives Youth Theatre’s first production of 2019 is 12 Incompetent Jurors

12 Incompetent Jurors is a stage parody of the film ‘12 Angry Men’. A Jury must decide if a man, accused of abducting half a dozen cats, is guilty. It seems an open and shut case, however there’s [...]

Make a willow structure for your garden – workshop at The Norris Museum

With the sun shining and flowers beginning to bloom what better time to start thinking of your garden! The Norris Museum in St Ives is running a practical four hour workshop for adults on making [...]

One more for the list!

A white MTS Logistics lorry was spotted with a damaged front end after yet another incident on the Longstanton stretch of the guided busway in the evening of Feb 7th. A spokesman for [...]

Screen St Ives Goes BIG

Fans of Screen St Ives will be delighted that in future they can enjoy watching the latest movies in detail. The 6.5 metre wide screen will certainly mean you shouldn’t need to wear glasses to [...]


We are so lucky to still have our Library. It provides a wonderful service to our community for every age group and now it is trialling adult READ A LITTLE ALOUD sessions. Every month the group [...]

Local artist pens a new illustrated children’s book

Denny Gaudin our St Ives artist that painted the mural in Free Church Passage has applied her talents to writing a children’s book. The book titled ‘The Dragons Umbrage and Humph’ is the tale of [...]

Messing about on the river

Early morning 12th Feb saw a team from the environment agency start dredging the river just off The Quay near the bridge (see below). Throughout last summer larger cruisers and narrow boats [...]


Have you noticed the improvements to the verge along Station Road, from Harrison Way to the back of Waitrose? A team of volunteers from the Rotary Club and St Ives in Bloom, with assistance from [...]

St Ives Poet laureate competition

Chris Morgan said that there were 17 entries in the adult’s section and 3 entries in the junior section. They have been carefully judged (anonymously) by 4 esteemed local and regional poets. 20 [...]

Cambridgeshire could be getting new railway stations

Possible routes for a new train line have been announced.The Cambridge to Oxford rail line could see new stations at St Neots, Cambourne or Bassingbourn.The new line will create a direct [...]

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