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Karen Kathro from St Neots . Picture: David Johnson Cambridge Folk Festival is in full swing as the four-day festival of rootsy goodness kicks off in Cherry Hinton.
A former pub which stood empty for several years has been given a new lease of life as a community church which is to open this weekend.
A 19th Century garden previously hidden behind the hangars of Bedfordshire's Shuttleworth Collection aviation museum has reopened after a A 3.6m revamp.
Scouts and Guides from across Buckinghamshire are celebrating a year countdown until they represent the UK at the 23rd World Scout Jamboree in Japan.
Plans for 1,487 new school places in Milton Keynes are moving forward, with city education bosses set to confirm spending details for five schemes.
Take part in this year's Bugwalk through Chronicle Country to raise money for Sue Ryder, St. John's Hospice, in Moggerhanger this Sunday.
People who live close to Bedford Hospital are up in arms over visitors and health workers parking in their streets after adjacent roads became Controlled Parking Zones .
A biker who 'could easily have been killed' in a Luton collision got into the car that struck him to chase down its fleeing owner yesterday.
Between 3.15pm and 3.30pm on Saturday offenders attempted to break in by climbing over the rear gate and trying to force open a rear window of a house on Buckingham Road.
Tim Daily from Newport Pagnell in Buckinghamshire with the machine that feeds him through his stomach.
A Luton diabetic who has had both legs amputated has missed vital medical appointments because he has been unable to board a bus to get him into town.
A fire crew from St Neots was called to a car fire on Bevington Way, Eynesbury, at 1:38am today.
They show the pilot just after he leapt from his stricken aircraft and before his parachute opened, the wing separating from the fuselage and damage to the tail section.
A loaded hand gun was discovered and five people arrested by officers on a series of raids across in Bedford and Shefford yesterday, Wednesday, July 30. The three men and two women were arrested from houses in Riverview, Shefford; Saunton Close, Biddenham, and The Highway in Shortstown.
The East of England Ambulance Service were called at 6.34am this morning , and sent two ambulances and a rapid response vehicle to Cromwell Road.
Ill children at Milton Keynes Hospital have been treated to the bear necessities, after freemasons donated more than 100 soft toys to the paediatrics' accident and emergency unit.
Anne Sandever, 77, spent up to eight hours without fluid at Hinchingbrooke Hospital, Huntingdon, before her death from renal failure on February 6 this year.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 03:45 am
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