CCTV image released by police following Buckden burglary

Police are appealing for information following a burglary in Buckden on Tuesday.

Man ‘knocked for six’ after attack and robbery in Huntingdon

A man from Godmanchester who was robbed and attacked on Saturday night is appealing for any witnesses to the incident to come forward.

Mutiny planned as museum gets set to close for refurbishment

The Cromwell Museum will be going out with a bang when it closes for a £160,000 refurbishment scheme at the end of September.

Ribbon cut on new primary school building

MP Shailesh Vara officially opened the new Wyton on the Hill Primary School on Saturday.

Thousands of pounds to be handed out to good causes following annual festival

Following on the success of the 10th annual Buckfest festival in July, the organising committee has announced it will be making donations in excess of £10,000 to 11 local charities and good [...]

Bike scheme goes on tour in an effort to help users gain confidence

A Huntingdon based cycling scheme for people with learning difficulties has put heir cycling skills into practice by going on tour.

Town fish and chip shop changes hands as former owners head into retirement

A family fish and chip shop in St Neots has been taken over by now owners following the retirement of Liz and Roger Warboys.

Town council in ambitious bid to go ‘plastic free’

Huntingdon has made becoming a plastic-free community its “ultimate aim”, town clerk Philip Peacock has said.

Man charged with possessing a firearm in Huntingdon

Police have charged a man with possessing a firearm in Huntingdon.

Centenarian reflects on the changing face of technology as he celebrates milestone

People would have been considered “barmy” if they had spoken about the high-tech equipment we now consider to be everyday items, centenarian George Smith has said.