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Royston Edition September 2018 Issue 157

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RICHMOND’S COACHES Day Trips & Special Events

10 Sep 15 Sep 22 Sep 23 Sep 28 Sep 29 Sep 3 Oct 3 Oct 9 Oct 11 Oct 13 Oct 17 Oct 23 Oct 3 Nov 7 Nov 14 Nov 15 Nov 20 Nov 21 Nov 22 Nov 23 Nov 24 Nov 28 Nov 30 Nov 1 Dec 2 Dec 8 Dec 12 Dec 17 Dec

Chartwell House (NT) Sheringham – 1940’s weekend Bruges – Belgium Southend-on-Sea Peterborough Antiques Fair Southwold Windsor day at leisure Windsor Castle Brogdale & Faversham on market day Knitting & Stitching Show – Alex. Palace Knitting & Stitching Show – Alex. Palace Bury St Edmunds Market Lullingstone Castle & Roman Villa Simply Christmas – Craft Show – NEC Lakeside Shopping Norwich Ely Cathedral Christmas Fair Boundary Mills & Downtown Shopping Ideal Home Show at Christmas – Olympia Waddesdon Manor Christmas Fair Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre Bruges Christmas Market, Belgium London Hyde Park Winter Wonderland Christmas At Kew Gardens Birmingham Frankfurt Christmas market Rochester Dickensian Festival & Market Lincoln Christmas Market St Albans Christmas Market London Christmas Lunch Cruise

ADULT £36.00 £17.50 £52.00 £17.50 £29.00 £17.50 £23.00 £42.50 £34.00 £32.00 £32.00 £18.50 £47.50 £37.50 £19.00 £19.50 £26.00 £24.50 £32.00 £40.00 £19.50 £52.00 £24.00 £42.00 £26.00 £22.50 £26.00 £19.50 £57.50

Theatre Shows & Special Events (Stalls or Dress Circle) 27 Sep Mamma Mia – Matinee £55.00 18 Oct Motown – Matinee £65.00 24 Oct 42nd Street – Matinee £59.50 24 Oct Kinky Boots – Matinee £59.50 7 Nov Strictly Ballroom the Musical – Matinee £65.00 7 Nov Les Miserables – Matinee £67.50 8 Nov Company – Matinee £75.00 8 Nov Phantom of the Opera – Matinee £55.00 20 Dec Olympia International Horse Show – Eve £67.00 10 Jan Swan Lake – London Coliseum – Matinee £74.00 13 Feb *Tina the Musical – Evening £65.00 16 Feb Wicked – Saturday Matinee £65.00 17 Feb Cirque Du Soleil – Totem – Sunday Mat £82.00 14 Mar The Bodyguard – Milton Keynes – Matinee £49.00 15 Mar Brick Lane - Irish Music Show – Inc Tea £59.00 17 Mar Lets Face the Music – RAH – Matinee £67.50 30 Apr Brick Lane – St Georges Show – Inc Tea £59.00 25 Jul On Your Feet – Matinee £65.00 *Trumpington Park & Ride only Coach Tours 1 Oct Poole & The Jurassic Coast 29 Oct Warners Holme Lacy 18 Nov Historic Harrogate & Afternoon Tea 26 Nov Turkey & Tinsel in the Wye Valley 2 Dec Bath Xmas Markets & Longleat 4 Dec Edinburgh Christmas Markets 17 Dec Warners Cricket St Thomas

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This month it’s all about art of all kinds. Of course September is the month of the Royston Arts Festival. Creative Royston do a fantastic job each year of pulling together this vibrant festival to showcase Royston and the surrounding villages at their creative best.

Next Deadline Friday 14th September

We also feature Herts Open Studios which is a celebration of local artists who open their work places to the curious public. If you haven’t visited any studios yet I can recommend it. You may get to see art works being created in front of your eyes and it is always fascinating. With the children heading back to school, or maybe just starting out look out for open days, tuition opportunities and the chance to learn new skills - there is plenty for adults too!

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Royston Choral Society Join us for our 2018-19 season as a singer or audience member!

Royston & District Choral Society is delighted to be taking part in Royston Arts Festival’s Finale Concert again this year.

The second Tuesday evening rehearsal of each term is arranged as an open rehearsal.

Sunday 30th September, 7pm

Open Rehearsal Royston Parish Church Tuesday 11th September, 7.45 - 9.45pm

September Screenings at the Royston Picture Palace Sat 1st Sept at 7.30pm

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Everybody is Somebody The staff and students of MELBOURN VILLAGE COLLEGE warmly invite you to their

Open Evening on Thursday, 27th September 6.30-8.30pm

Braughing Sing

Braughing Sing is a community choir, based in Braughing but with members from far and wide. We sing a wide repertoire from Rutter to Simon and Garfunkel through ABBA and gospel songs.

The choir is open to everyone and there are no auditions. We welcome new members of all ages and abilities who are happy to sing a variety of songs and styles. Why not

come along and join us on Tuesday evenings (during term time)! Look out for Autumn ‘bring a buddy’ sessions. Braughing Sing Community Choir, The Jenyns School, Braughing, Tuesday evenings, 7.30 - 9pm. The first two sessions are free. Contact Elaine: 01763 289 738 or Facebook for more details

Voyages of Discovery at Curwens Art Gallery Curwens have a new exhibition showing fused glass, watercolour and oil paintings hosted by Tracy Stressing Susan Levy and Sylvia Jordan.

Curwens Preview Evening Thursday 6th September, 6-8pm and open throughout September

The exhibitors have are kindly donating some proceeds of their exhibition to Home Start Charity.

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Out & About Royston Arts Festival 2018! The last weekend in September sees the return of Royston Arts Festival, and the Creative Royston committee is proud to unveil the full programme of events, which this year is themed around Voyages of Discovery

In the run-up to the festival, the Voyages Film Festival is going on tour, pairing films with unique guest speakers at new venues in Royston’s surrounding villages. You can catch Voyages of the Southern Sun in Fowlmere Village Hall on Thursday 20th, Hidden Figures at Barley Townhouse on Monday 24th and 8 Mile at Steeple Morden Village Hall on Thursday 27th. Returning for its third year, Royston MusicFest ‘18 has moved to Sunday 23rd, the weekend before the main festival, in order to accommodate even more music! All shows are completely FREE. All afternoon, performers will entertain at eight venues around Royston and the evening will

culminate with a gala concert at The Old Bull Inn at 7pm. With over twenty acts performing, there will be some old favourites as well as lots of exciting new music. Full details can be found in the MusicFest programme, and on the up-to-the-minute schedule at www. Or just follow your ears and come and hear for yourself!

For the Festival Weekend itself (Friday 28th – Sunday 30th) we have something for everyone! There will be showcases of local art and photography across town, and music from Cracked Voices, Dumisa Rumbidza Praise, Caxton Swing, as well as MusicFest Extra. There will be Bell Ringing demonstrations, Royston Town Band’s coffee morning and a singing workshop from Ladyblue Music. CADs will be staging the black comedy Ghost Writer, and there will be talks on subjects ranging from Rob Roy to art in the natural world. There are also activities for families with children including Toddler Tales at the library and craft activities at the museum.

Priory Memorial Gardens will be the venue for our Community Arts Event on Saturday afternoon, where you can try your hand at music, crafts and dance classes for all ages. Or simply come and enjoy the entertainment, bouncy castles, free face painting and henna tattoos, refreshments from around the world and art display by Paul Human. On Saturday evening, Creative Royston will be hosting writer, radio host and musician Andrew Mueller at Royston Library, which promises to be a fascinating trip from Backstage to Frontline. The festival culminates on Sunday evening with our Finale Concert at St John’s Parish Church, featuring Royston Town Band, Royston Choral Society, Royston Youth Choir and local schools. This year we are privileged to be joined by Großalmerode Musiczug and musicians from our twin towns in France and Spain.

Full details of all events, including ticketing and accessibility information are available in the Royston Arts Festival programme or at


The Arts Festival theme of “Voyages of Discovery” gave me the perfect opportunity to uncover some of Royston’s residents’ own voyages.

• Reverand Stallybrass was involved with getting a new Sunday school built in the town in the late 1800s. That Sunday school in now the museum! He and his wife, Sarah, were also missionaries who went to Mongolia. They even translated the Bible into Mongolian.

• Jack Halstead, whose family ran the shop that is now Mica, went to France to fight during WWI. He kept a diary detailing his time there. • As for the objects in the museum, we’ve got things that have come from all over the world including a sword from India, Roman coins and a boomerang from Australia!

We’re looking forward to seeing the wonderful art work in our • Joseph Leete set up his own middle schools’ exhibition – who business in France in the 1850s. knows what voyages we’ll be taken He was highly respected by staff on. Pop along to the museum to and colleagues. His bust sits in check out the exhibition. Why not the museum. share your own stories of voyages and discoveries too? • The many women who met and married American GIs after WWII moving to America – what a voyage to make! A whole new way of life to discover. • Dr Gladys ProudlockDunbar who spent her early life in Myanmar (previously Burma) before training as a doctor in London and then moving to Royston in 1938.

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The Kite Festival was a huge success in searing heat, yet the Heath was very busy with a reported 6k people coming to see the annual spectacular. The Friends of The Heath also attended the Festival and got some great feedback. Well done Rotary for again organising such a great event and for the huge team effort to clear up so quickly, Thank you to all who helped.

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At last a few showers, is there such a thing as the correct rain? Well yes - the gentle downpours in mid August were beneficial. This has helped the grasses to recover slowly and remove any potential fire hazard. The natural life-cycle of grasses sees the stems die and go brown as their seed ripens. The dry weather adds a stress which can hurry this process up. It is, however, completely natural for the Heath to go brown, just not necessarily so early in the season. There could be a knock-on effect in availability of seed food for birds later in the season: seeds may be smaller and may drop sooner. It’s been a fabulous year for butterflies so far on the Heath - with good showings of Chalkhill Blues,

Dark Green Fritillaries, Marbled Whites and many more. A few dedicated volunteers conduct regular butterfly surveys on the Heath and we await their results with interest. A volunteer group conducted Ragwort pulling over the summer, as agreed with Natural England. We did not aim to eradicate it because it is not without its ecological benefits and we didn’t remove those that were already being eaten by caterpillars. Please remember, it is an offence for anyone to pick or uproot any plant on Therfield Heath unless prior agreement is obtained from Natural England. September should see a cut and collect on Lankester Hill as the second best option to grazing, as discussed with Natural England. If you are interested in volunteering on Therfield Heath, please contact Cynthia. Enquiries maybe directed to

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Heritage Open Day Heritage Open Day Visit Caldecote Church for their Heritage Open Day. There will be a church guide on site, parking and

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Meldreth Churchyard Sunday 2nd September. Visit Meldreth Church Yard for 2-5pm their Car Show. Many veteran, vintage and sporting cars will be displayed as well as a few motorbikes and pedal bikes.

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Markets in September

Orwell Pannier Market

1st Saturday monthly, Sat 1st September 10am - 12pm, Orwell Village Hall

Linton Farmers & Crafts Market

1st Saturday monthly, Sat 1st September 9am - 12pm, Linton Village College

Sandon Farmers’ Market

3rd Saturday monthly, Sat 15th September 9.30am - 12.30pm, Sandon JMI School

Herts Country Market

Wednesdays and Saturdays, From 8am, Corn Exchange, Royston

Outdoor Market

Every Wednesday and Saturday, 8am - approx. 3pm Market Hill, Royston

Fowlmere Farmers Market 2nd Saturday monthly, Sat 8th September 9am - 11.30am Fowlmere Village Hall

Our volunteers are all parents or grandparents who can give a few hours a week to help families who are finding it difficult to cope All parents need emotional and practical help to get through the first few years, but not everyone has friends or family nearby. This is where volunteers help!

How would you like to have your design, artwork, photo on next year’s calendar? No.3 Royston is holding a competition to create a calendar for 2019, with 12 images from locals!

Images can be of anything but must include somewhere recognisable in Royston. The competition is open to all ages and the deadline is 30th September.

All you need to do to enter is to email your picture to Laura at or bring it into the shop. Images submitted should be in JPEG format and must not be less than 3MG file size. Winners announced on the 1st October No.3 Royston Melbourn Street, SG8 7BP

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Home-Start Matters We are looking for home visiting volunteers for the Royston and Buntingford Area

No.3 Calendar Competition

For further information please contact us 01763 262262 Home Start 60’s Night The Seth Road Community Centre, Luynes Rise, Buntingford SG9 9SG Sat 29th September 7.15pm

An exhibition of paintings by Vivienne Machell

Vivienne paints loud and colourful scenes from around the world and beautiful portraits in acrylic and oils to create an atmosphere of drama and passion” This is her second solo exhibition. Vivienne, a Royston based artist, mainly exhibits with the Cambridge Drawing Society and the Royston Arts Society.

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Faces and Places, Melbourn Hub, 3rd – 29th September, Mon – Sat 9am – 5pm

If your child is due to start Nursery or Reception in September 2019 then we would like to invite you to attend our

Early Years Open Event on:Friday 19th October 2018 from 9.30-10.30 am. No appointments are necessary.

Our nursery provides flexible sessions from 8.30am until 3.30pm. We have a Breakfast Club and After School Club on site offering wrap around and school holiday care.

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Rotarians gear up for another Swimathon Royston Rotary’s annual Swimathon attracts teams of swimmers from all age groups – Rainbows and Brownies at the youngest end of the scale, with Rotarians themselves at the senior end!

In between, churches, schools and charities all make up teams of six swimmers, who are challenged to swim as many lengths of the Leisure Centre pool as they can in an hour.

More than £5,000 was raised in one recent year. Sponsorship money is split between each team’s selected charity and Rotary’s charitable choice – this year it will be Stand-by-me Bereavement Support. Every penny raised goes to charity. Swimathon Sunday 14th October Royston Leisure Centre

Rotary Round Up The Rotary’s annual charity concert held jointly with, and hosted by, Royston Methodist Church will feature the very popular Blue Skies Big Band. Come along and support a worthy cause. Charity Concert, Royston Methodist Church, Saturday 22nd September, 7.30pm

Story Walk Event Join this historical story walk around Royston for adults. Participants will have the opportunity to read a chosen historical novel prior to the event. Afterwards there will be a chance to look at some of the maps held at the library. Tuesday 25th September, 10.30am

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We are pleased to announce that local entrepreneur, Mark Hagger has now joined the prestigious company, ‘Abode Town & Country’. With a wealth of business knowledge & businesses’ all over the world, we are excited for what our new partnership will bring to the company’s bright future. “I am very impressed by what the team at Abode Town & Country have achieved in their first year and I am extremely honoured to now become a part of it.” Mark was born and raised in Royston and has always been into his sports and local teams. He grew up in the race horse industry where he was a local stable boy as a teenager, before he began his journey to become a successful entrepreneur in the engineering industry. Mark later became part of ‘Royston Table Tennis Club’ and was also a boxer for Royston ABA for four years at the Royston British Legion club. Mark now enjoys taking part in the more relaxing sports such as fishing and golf, which he enjoys doing with his fifteen year old son, Morgan and friends. Mark has had many business successes, with his proudest being that he built his own company, CVMSL, from scratch. Years later the company then merged with another local competitor to form the new company, 1G Dynamics, which is now a thriving worldwide company. Mark is looking forward to expanding his business knowledge and joining partnership with his brother Graham in the property industry.

Abode Town & Country’s new partner, Mark Hagger.

Apart from relocating to America for work three times, Mark has worked and lived in Royston for most of his life and is passionate about Royston and supporting the local town and shops which includes eating from his favourite takeaway “Mughal Kitchen” (He considers himself an Indian connoisseur!) and of course shopping at “La Bella Vita” which belongs to his fiancé, who is keeping them both busy with their wedding plans for next year! Mark’s passion for the town is what drew him to join the team at Abode and we are all really excited to have him as part of the team!

“My vision for Abode Town & Country is to be the best and most successful local Estate Agent in the area. I would like to see the company branch out further afield and for more of our offices to open, providing jobs for the local community but most of all, the aim is to continue to offer a friendly, honest and reliable service.”

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Where are your old deeds? In recent years the Land Registry has superseded the necessity of keeping old deeds to properties. However, a Working Party of Royston and District Local History Society are trying to track them down before important historical information is lost forever.

The deeds may be privately held or deposited for safety with a solicitor. The documents often contain information of previous owners and of neighbouring buildings which can seldom or never be found anywhere else.

The History Society meets in The Heritage Hall, Town Hall from October to April, on the first Thursday of the month at 8pm Admission is free to members and £2 for visitors. All are welcome.

“We will soon be approaching property owners in Royston with a view to discovering where their title deeds are kept with a view of saving them for posterity,” says the Society’s Chairman Neville Chuck.

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Sandon is excited to welcome local author and RHS awardwinning designer Philippa Pearson to open its annual fete this year as it celebrates 50 years of Gardeners World. In keeping with the theme, villagers are invited to enter the gardening competitions with entries for living art, impressive veg, veggie animals, biggest bloom and photographs of their gardens through the seasons

Visitors will also be able to enjoy delicious food, fun activities, entertainment and much more. All monies raised at the fete will go towards All Saints’ Church, Sandon Sandon Fete Village green SG9 0QX Sunday 23rd September, 1 - 4pm

National Air Ambulance Week This year, we asking Essex and Herts Air Ambulance supporters to come together during 10th – 16th September to raise the profile of their local Air Ambulance.

Our mission for this year’s National Air Ambulance Week is to reach out to more people and raise awareness of the Charity’s vital service and much needed funds. During last year’s National Air Ambulance Week we raised

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Save The Cabinet Golf Day The Save the Cabinet Action Group is delighted to be returning to Barkway Park

Golf Club for another splendid afternoon of sport. £100 per team of four. Barkway Park Golf Club Friday 21st September, 12.30pm


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News from your Town Council - September 2018 Annual Report for the Financial Year 2017-2018 Royston Town Council published its Annual Report in June 2018, copies of which are available from the Town Hall Offices or it can be viewed online at There are three tiers of local government in Royston: Town, District and County. Details of what each council is responsible for can be found on the Town Council’s website. The Town Council is responsible for the Town Hall, Market Hill Rooms, Royston War Memorial, Royston Cave, Green Walk and Stile Plantations, Green Street allotments, Royston Museum, the market and the Market Place and Angel Pavement car parks. The Council also organises events for all sections of the community; highlights this year included the May Fayre and Silver Sunday.

Royston Town Council Finances 2017-2019 EXPENDITURE Administration/Democracy Royston Museum & Art Gallery Town Council Properties Green Walk & Stile Plantation Other Expenses

Budget 2017-18 111,653 86,199 90,916 12,436 12,672

Out-turn 2017-18

Budget 2018-19

109,171 87,418 88,654 15,752 11,084

116,523 88,254 95,250 12,317 13,610

(Civic Functions, May Fayre, Twinning, Christmas Lights, Town Crier, Donations)

Royston Cave Green St Allotments Melbourn St War Memorial Town Manager Public Conveniences Market Place - Markets and Parking TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCOME Interest Royston Museum & Art Gallery Town Council Properties Green St Allotments Cross Public Conveniences Market Place - Markets/Parking Precept TOTAL INCOME

Councillor Vera Swallow honoured by invitation to a Royal Garden Party at Buckingham Palace

5,992 3,915 3,513 10,000 16,857 66,655 420,808

6,015 3,704 4,007 10,000 17,039 54,911 407,755

5,781 3,797 3,467 10,000 4,000 59,948 412,947

400 850 68,820 4,900 0 55,825 280,760 411,555

550 903 73,056 5,410 0 57,262 280,760 417,941

300 1,000 65,170 5,150 0 55,000 283,609 410,229

The Full Council and principal committee meetings are open to all members of the public and press. At the beginning of each meeting time is set aside to allow members of the public to make representation to the various committees about items on the agenda. Copies of the agendas are posted on the Town Hall notice board and web site. A calendar detailing the meetings for the coming year is also available on the web site. An achievement this year was the Royston and District Museum gaining full accreditation from the Arts Council, which signifies that it meets the standards of running a museum, management, collection care and public services. Thanks go to the dedicated staff and volunteers for this. There has been no increase in the Royston Town Council part of the Council Tax for the year 2018-19 and the Band ‘D’ charge remains the same at £42.53 per household.

In recognition of her public service as a local councillor and as Mayor last year, our very own Cllr Vera Swallow was selected to attend the May Garden Party in the grounds of Buckingham Palace. These are held as a way for the Queen to speak to people from all walks of life and who have made a positive impact in their community. The party began at 4 pm when members of the Royal Family gathered on the West Terrace for the National Anthem. The Band of the Household Cavalry and the Band of Royal Logistics Corps entertained the guests.

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Cllr Vera Swallow and her husband Colin Swallow.

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Naturally Royston’s Front Garden Competition Results 2018 Royston's residents, along with the Naturally Royston Committee, were invited to nominate a neighbour, friend or relative for this year’s front garden competition. The winning garden entrant was Martin Dawson who received the 1st prize of £100. His garden is a colourful and eye-catching display of diverse planting and it was evident that Mr Dawson had worked very hard on its maintenance. The second place prize of £50 went to Sue Keenan, whose compact but colourful garden makes quite an impact on the street and makes good use of limited space.

Third place and prize of £25 went to Josephine Cook, who has a well maintained and very colourful container garden, which brightens up the whole area. The gardens were judged on 10 July after a very challenging time for gardeners because of the hot and dry weather; however, the top three gardens had all been cared for exceptionally well, despite the difficulties. Typically, on the day of some of the photographs, there was heavy rain and Mrs Cook said that at least she didn’t have to water all the pots that night! The certificates and cheques were presented by the Mayor, Cllr Iain Leggett. Very sadly, and unbeknown to the judges at the time, all three of our winners had quite recently lost their spouses and each garden had been created with their loved ones in mind. This year’s competition has certainly been a very special one. The Naturally Royston team would like to thank everyone who entered or nominated a garden.

A Cemetery for Royston In 2012, when it was known that the existing cemeteries in Royston were getting full and burials would only be available at Wilbury Hills Cemetery in Letchworth, Royston Town Council held a public consultation, which resulted in a mandate to find a suitable site for a new Royston Cemetery. ROYSTON TOWN COUNCILLORS

A list of all Councillors’ names and contact numbers is given below, together with details of the wards they represent. All Town Councillors serve in a voluntary capacity and are elected for a 4 year term of office. Councillors are not paid and do not receive any allowance for attending meetings. Town Mayor: Cllr Iain Leggett

Deputy Mayor: Cllr F John Smith Palace Ward

Amy Bourke-Waite

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Ian Coll

01763 244595

Mark Hughes

07860 108085

Rob Inwood

01763 224997

Iain Leggett

01763 230978 Meridian Ward

Mike Harrison

01763 220055

Marguerite Phillips

07903 715533

F John Smith

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Philip Smith

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Vera Swallow

01763 222538 Royston South Ward

Thomas Perry

07854 609201

Carol Stanier

01763 220744 Royston West Ward

Ruth Brown

01763 230290

John Davison

07802 907700

Emma Squire-Smith

01763 661701

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Over the years the Town Council has investigated more than 20 sites around Royston. These included many generous offers from prominent local landowners, but unfortunately, for a variety of reasons, no sites were suitable. Our active search for a site has now come to an end. We will of course consider any opportunities that come up in the future.

ROYSTON TOWN COUNCIL Town Hall, Melbourn Street, Royston, Hertfordshire SG8 7DA Tel: 01763 245484 Fax: 01763 248016 Town Hall office opening hours Monday to Friday: 9 am to 4 pm Town Clerk: Miss Caroline Mills

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Bridge the gap Charity walk

Bridge the Gap is once again expected to be a fantastic family day out or an opportunity for friends or work colleagues to get an insight of our impressive city.

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This popular annual walk will take you to visit some of the stunning Cambridge Colleges and their gardens, which aren’t normally open to the general public. 2018 is set to be another super year featuring Christ’s College, Sidney Sussex College, St Catharine’s College, Trinity College and Pembroke College with walkers also looking forward to being captivated by the fabulous exhibits at the newly opened Museum of Zoology which will also serve as a checkpoint on route! This year the walk takes place

on Sunday 9th September and will start and finish from Parker’s Piece, with the Society of Cambridge Tourist Guides on hand throughout to offer interesting historical tales and provide an array of information about their stunning grounds and features, plus you’ll be able to hear music from the hugely talented Waterbeach Brass Band as you wander around.

At the end of the walk a lively atmosphere in the tea tent will welcome you back, so all you need to do is sit back and enjoy a slice of cake. Bridge The Gap Parkers Piece Cambridge Sunday 9th September, 9.30am - 2pm

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Starlight Walk 2018

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This September will be the 10th anniversary of the Starlight Walk – our wonderful night time walk open to everyone. This special night time walk is open to ladies, gentleman and children aged 10 years and over. Walkers will be guided by marshalls around Letchworth before finishing back at the North Herts Leisure Centre for well deserved refreshments! Cathy White, from the fundraising, commented:

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Please join us for this sponsored annual special walk to raise much needed funds for patient care. Price £15.00 per person; minimum age 10 years when walking with a participating adult. We encourage all participants to raise sponsorship, which is very easy via JustGiving.

Starlight Walk 2018, Saturday 15th September, meet at North Herts Leisure Centre in Letchworth, 9pm. For more information contact: 01462 679 540 or visit

“This year’s Starlight Walk is sure to be one to remember. With an 80’s twist, we guarantee an evening full of fun under the stars. Walkers taking part will not only share in an amazing experience but will also help to raise much needed funds for patient care at Garden

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Steve and Mary Griffiths are skilled manufacturers of quality bespoke curtains and blinds. They have been making curtains for a well-known partnership and local people for almost 20 years. They are also experts in soft furnishing design.

What is your favourite way to spend a Saturday? Mostly we work, but when we do get time out, we like cycling, walking the mutts Milly & Tilly and, when we can, spending time with family and our grandson Dylan. Steve also has a man shed with trains in it...

Where do you live? Kneesworth – Originally we hailed from Worcester and Warwickshire but now Hertfordshire is our home and we love it here. What’s your favourite local place to eat? We love Yuva Restaurant in Kneesworth. It’s just round the corner from us and serves the most amazing food . We do walk there but sometimes could do with a Taxi home! What is your favourite local annual event? The Cambridge Show and the Great Gransden shows are always on our list. Great atmosphere with lots to do, and lovely food stalls What was the last film you watched together? Mmm tough one that. I watch them but Steve falls asleep, and then we have to rewind them and watch the end . The best one we watched was Frozen when Steve asked after 5 minutes “Are they going to

What do you love about your work? The variety is great and meeting wonderful people from all walks of life. Also being able to produce our own bespoke products in our own workroom, run brilliantly by Jenny our Workroom manager. Charlene, Steve’s daughter and my wonderful step daughter, is keeping us busy with her Leicester branch of New Dawn, and we get to spend time with her when we are fitting for her so feel very lucky. What are you looking forward to most this September? Mary: I’m off to Burghley Horse trials with the girls! Steve: Perhaps a sneaky break away somewhere... What’s top of your Bucket List? Mary: To one day go to Colorado and spend time on a ranch . I ticked one off this year when Charlene and I rode on the

beach in Cornwall and that was amazing! Steve: To see the Grand Canyon – that’s it! Who do you most admire? Mary: Steve would love me to say him! There are so many people who face so many things on a daily basis and I admire them for their courage. Also my mum who is an amazing lady at 85 – I know she won’t mind me saying that. Steve: Obviously the wife! New Dawn Blinds 01763 243 894




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We invite you to come along and meet our team at our new showroom and workroom situated between Royston and Bassingbourn. We will make you a cuppa while you browse fabrics and blinds and even see where we make some of our products, including the all new Allusion blinds. For the more technicallyminded, you can literally come and play with Steve’s automated blinds!

We are proud of our reputation for creating beautiful bespoke curtains and blinds, with most of our clients being referred to us or coming back time and time again throughout the years. Our reputation is backed up by our minimum threeyear guarantee on our products and service. Book your personal appointment time with us and we look forward to making you that cuppa! If you can’t get to us don’t worry as we will of course come to you.

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What’s On... Car Boot Sale

Sun 2nd Sept, 10am – 2pm Bridgefoot Barn and Tearoom, SG8 7PU Food and refreshments on sale in our tea room! Sellers arrive from 9am. 01763 208422

14th Annual Car Show

Sun 2nd Sept, 2 - 5pm Meldreth Churchyard A wide range of veteran, vintage, classic and sporting cars as well as a few motorbikes and pedal bikes, model railway displays in the church, and teas, cakes and scones!

Hinxton Watermill Open Day

Sun 2nd Sept, 2.30 - 5.30pm HinxtonWatermill,SaffronWaldenCB101RD Drop in and explore this impressive 17th century working watermill.

Teatime Praise

Sun 2nd Sept, 3.30 - 5.30pm Royston Parish Church, SG8 7BP A short service for all the family.

Make Lunch

Mon 3rd Sept, 12 - 1.30pm Old Bull Inn, SG8 9AW Are you finding it hard to afford the extra meals during holidays? Bring kids for lunch and fun.

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Mon 3rd Sept, 7 - 9.30pm TheWoodmanInn,Nuthampstead,SG88NB £7.50 which includes a buffet.

Positive Mental Health for Children and Young g People Wed 5th Sept, 6.30 – 8.30 0pm Letchworth Centre for Healthy Living Session is to raise awareness and recognition of mental health issues in children and young people.

Carrie Washington from BEEE Creative leads a toddler music and dance workshop themed around the collections. Booking essential.

Adult Movement Class

Mon 10th & Fri 28th Sept, 11.45am – 12.30pm

Royston Museum, SG8 5AL Carrie Washington from BEEE Creative leads a dance and movement workshop for the over 50s. Booking essential.

Monday Club

Mon 10th Sept, 3.30 - 5pm Royston Methodist Church, SG8 7AU For 4 to 11 year-olds – newcomers are always welcome. Leader John Hardwick. Craft, games, quizzes, songs, Bible stories & snacks.

Lino Printing g

Tue 11th Sept, 10am – 12.30pm Royston Museum SG8 5AL Liz Beardwell printing workshop using the original 1855 Crow printing press to produce your own unique lino cut prints. £5 per person. Booking Essential.

Volunteer Centre Drop In Session

Tue 11th Sept, 10am – 12pm Royston Library, SG8 9JN Come in to find out about volunteering in the local area.

Drawing g Workshop p

Tue 11th Sept, 10.30 – 11.30am Royston Museum SG8 5AL Improve your drawing skills with expert tips and guidance. Led by local artist Susan Sanders. £5 per person.

Royston & District Choral p Rehearsal Society – Open

Musical Evening Soiree

Fri 7th Sept, 7 - 9.30pm Royston Museum, SG8 5AL Musicalperformances.Wine&Nibbleswillbe

Tue 11th Sept, 7.45 - 9.45pm Royston Parish Church, SG8 7BP Potential new singers are welcomed to join in for the evening to see how they get on. Members often enjoy a drink together after rehearsals and a group meal a couple of times a year.

Royston Councillors Surgeries

WEA Autumn Course Enrolment

Sat 8th Sept, 10 – 11.30am Angel Pavement, Royston SG8 9AS Discuss issues with Town, District and County councillors.

Walk Around Royston Exhibition

Sat 8th Sept, 10.30am – 2.30pm Royston Museum, SG8 5AL Come and see a small selection of these wonderful old Royston images projected in the Museum.

Open Studios – Andrew Ludlow Sat 8th Sept, 11am – 5pm 4 Heath Avenue, Royston, SG8 9BD Paintings on a variety of subjects. By appointment. 07812 653329

Heritage g Open Day y 2018

Sun 9th Sept, 11am – 5pm Caldecote Church, Cambridge CB23 7NU Church guide on site, parking, wheelchair access.

Alswick Hall Open Garden

Sun 9th Sept, 2 - 5pm Hare St Rd, Buntingford SG9 0AA Beautiful landscaped gardens set in 5 acres of unspoiled farmland. £5 per adult. In support of the British Red Cross. www.

Toddler Music & Dance

Mon 10th & Fri 28th Sept, 10.30 – 11.30am Royston Museum, SG8 5AL

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Wed 12th Sept, 10 – 11am Royston Town Hall, SG8 7DA “It’s the Economy, Stupid!” A 10 week course commencing 18th Sept.

Stepping p g out with Carers

Thu 13 3th Sept, 12 - 1pm Church End, Royston SG8 8JS A series of scenic, sociable, entertaining walks in some of Hert’s greatest beauty spots, created especially for carers and the people they care for.

Wildlife Trust event – Brilliant Bats Thu 13th Sept, 7 - 9pm


Wildlife Trust rangers will bring bat detectors and torches to help identify the many different species around the river Cam at the Meadows and Byron’s Pool.

Shepreth p Beer Festival

Fri 14th, Sat 15th & Sun 16th Sept, 11am – 11pm The Plough, Shepreth, SG8 6PP 16 cask ales, 10 Craft Beers, 16 Ciders, Streetfood, Ploughman’s Table, Full Programme of Live Music.

Open p Air Cinema Weekend

Frii 14th Sept, 6 - 11pm Wandlebury Country Park, CB22 3AE If you love magical forests, superheroes and classic blockbuster movies then this is the perfect evening activity for you! Thor: Ragnarok, Deadpool, Grease, Gladiator.

Royston y Folk Club ‘Showcase’

Fri 14th Sept, 7pm Old Bull Inn, SG8 9AW Royston Folk Club ‘Showcase’ featuring the ‘Young Artists Competition 2018’ supported by Creative Royston, plus Ruby Muse, The Larks, Ana Hester and The Stout Brothers.

Open Heritage g Weekend

Sat 15th & Sun 16th Sept Saffron Walden Museum, CB10 1JL Enjoy free entry to the museum!

Roald Dahl Day

Sat 15th Sept, 10am-5pm Saffron Walden Museum, CB10 1JL Come dressed in yellow and take part in our phizz whizzing activities!

Talk: Facing Rob Roy

Sat 15th Sept, 11am – 12pm Royston Museum, SG8 5AL In books, films and musicals, Rob Roy has been celebrated for centuries as a ‘highland rogue’. Led by Graham Palmer a freelance researcher and writer.

Preloved Chidren’s and Maternity Wear Sale

Sat 15th Sept, 12.30 - 4pm Market Hill Rooms, SG8 9DW Lucies’ Boutique stock quality second hand & new, maternity, baby & children’s clothes & Shoes (0 – 5 years), designer to high street.

Fowlmere and Thriplow Gardening Club Annual Show Sat 15th Sept, 2 - 4.30pm Fowlmere Village Hall, SG8 7RY Refreshments / Home-made cakes, Raffle/Tombola, Plants for sale/Garden Stall, Auction of produce. Presentation of awards at 3.45pm by Andrew Newby Managing Director of KWS.

Nadines Story

Sat 15th Sept, 7pm Reed Village Hall, SG8 8AX A talk by Joan Munden about her cousin, code name ‘ Nadine’, in aid of the Village hall and St Mary’s Church. One of 39 secret special agents set up by Churchill to ‘Set Europe ablaze’ and bring about the liberation of France. Ploughmans supper, bar and raffle. 01763 848349

Royston Lions Quiz Evening Sat 15th Sept, 7.45pm Market Hill Rooms, SG8 9DW Teams of up to 8. £5 per person. Licensed Bar.

Starlight Walk – 10th anniversary Sat 15th Sept, 9pm


This special night time walk is open to ladies, gentleman and children aged 10 years and over.

The Harvest Trail

Sun 16th Sept, starts 9.30am The Heath Sports Club, SG8 5BG Half marathon & Quarter Marathon (some off road).

Vintage g Market

Sun 16tth Sept, 10am – 4pm Whittlesford Memorial Hall, CB22 4NE

Vintage, Curios, Clothing, Jewellery and more!

Bourn Windmill Open Day and Teas

Sun 16th Sept, 2 - 4pm Bourn Windmill, Cambridge, CB23 2SU Come and see inside one of the oldest mills in the country, set in beautiful scenery near Bourn village. A perfect location for a picnic.

Harvest Messy y Church

Sun 16th Sept, 3.30 - 5.30pm Royston Methodist Church, SG8 7AU Adults and accompanied children of all ages are welcome to come and explore Harvest through craft, play and stories, followed by a meal.

Speaker on Flying the Shuttleworth Collection

Mon 17th Sept, 7 - 9.30pm TheWoodmanInnNuthampstead,SG88NB £7.50 which includes a buffet.

Sartorius Stedim Biotech Recruitment Open Day

Wed 19th Sept, 4 - 8pm The Royston site employs over 250 staff and specialises in designing and manufacturing advanced automated cell culture and fermentation equipment.

Barkway Players – Your chance to be a star!

Wed 19th Sept, 7.30pm Barkway Village Hall, SG8 8BS The Barkway Players will shortly commence rehearsals for their new and original pantomime – Ali, Barbara and the Forty Steves – to be performed in February. Anyone who would like to be involved in the adult cast or backstage is welcome.

Voyages Film Festival •

Thurs 20th Voyages of the Southern Sun (U), Fowlmere Village Hall Mon 24th Hidden Figures (PG), Barley Townhouse Thurs 27th 8 Mile (15), Steeple Morden Village Hall

Wildlife Trust Monthly y Meander Thu 20th Sept, 9.30am – 12pm


In the company of the Wildlife Trust’s knowledgeable and entertaining rangers walk the meadows and learn all about the rich variety species found here.

Bassingbourn Village g Open Evening g College

Thu 20tth Sept, 10.45 – 11.45 5am Bassingbourn Village College, SG8 5NJ

Fowlmere Playgroup y Thrift

Sat 22nd Sept, 9.3 30 – 11am Fowlmere Village Hall, SG8 7RY Sale of good condition baby clothes, children’s clothes, maternity clothes, baby equipment, books and toys.

St Christopher Open Morning

Sat 22nd Sept Excellent independent education for girls and boys aged 3 to 18.

Concert by Blue Skies Big Band

Sat 22nd Sept, 7.30pm Royston Methodist Church, SG8 7AU We welcome back this 15-piece band for an evening of jazz standards, fun, swing and foot tapping. Tickets £10. 01763 243815

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•SunRoyston MusicFest ‘18 23rd Sept, 12.30pm

A free music festival around venues in Royston, with a free gala concert at The Old Bull in at 7pm.

The Steeple Chase

Sun 23rd Sept, 10am – 12pm SteepleMordenRecreationGround,SG80PE Come and try out a 10k run along a lovely, off-road, circular route. Over fields, via footpaths and farm paths, around the village of Steeple Morden. There’s also a 3k Walk.

Sandon Fete – 50 Years of Gardeners World

Sun 23rd Sept, 1 - 4pm Villagers are invited to enter the gardening competitions with entries for living art, impressive veg, veggie animals, biggest bloom and photographs of their gardens through the seasons. Also homemade preserve, chutney and jam competitions.

Arrington Village g Fundraising Sun 23rd Sept, 2.15 5 - 4.30pm Arrington Village Hall Afternoon Tea/Coffee and Cake event

Storywalk y for Adults

Tue 25 5th Sept, 10.30am Royston Library, SG8 9JN A historical walk around Royston, participants will have the opportunity to read a chosen historical novel prior to the event. Afterwards there will be a chance to look at some of the maps held at the library. 01438 843277

Greenfingers Garden Club

Wed 26th Sept, 7.15pm Coombes Community Centre, SG8 5PT The AGM followed by Fuchsia competition judging. New members welcome. 01763 244424.

Sport p Royston Meeting

Wed 26th Sept, 7.30 - 8.30pm Royston Bowling Club, SG8 5BX Meeting two or three times a year in a

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social environment, participants are able to exchange ideas, share good practice, seek advice on obtaining grant aid and learn of training courses available ’on our doorstep’. 01763 360959

Melbourn Village College Open Evening g

Thu 27th Sept, 6.3 30 - 8.30pm Melbourn Village College, SG8 6EF The staff and students warmly invite you to their school

Orwell Film Club

Thu 27th Sept, 7 - 10pm Orwell Village Hall, SG8 5QN The nature of our licence to show films restricts us from publishing the titles of our future film program however we can give it to our members.

•Fri Royston Arts Festival 28th - Sun 30th Sept

Annual festival that celebrates local talent. Organised by Creative Royston, enjoy workshops, exhibitions, theatre, comedy, dance, film and music, for all ages and interests.

•Writer CADS Presents: Ghost by y David Tristram

Fri 28th & Sat 29th Sept, 7.30pm The Meridian School, Royston Black comedy performance, not suitable for children.

Royston y Folk Club Concert

Fri 28th Sept, 7pm Old Bull Inn, SG8 9AW Featuring ‘Two Coats Colder’ an acoustic 4 piece folk band.

•FriInquisitive q Minds with Brushes 28 8th Sept, 7.30pm

Royston Methodist Church, SG8 7AU Richly illustrated with works from the Fitzwilliam’s exceptional collection, Hettie’s talk will be about the artists who stood at the forefront of scientific discoveries, travelling near and far to capture the world’s flora and fauna. Tickets £5. 01763 243815


•Annual The Royston Arts Society’s Autumn Exhibition

Fri 28th Sept, 8 - 10pm Sat 29th & Sun 30th Sept, 10am, - 5pm Royston Town Hall, SG8 7DA Free admission. Disabled access. Catalogue £1.

•Priory Community Arts Event in y Gardens

Sat 29th Sept, 1pm - 4pm Priory Memorial Gardens, Royston Celebrating art, music, dance and craft. With the Royston Town Band and plenty more entertainment!

•Exhibition The Royston Fringe Art and Junior Artist Competition Display

Sat 29th Sept, 10am – 5pm Royston Methodist Church, SG8 7AU Entry to the exhibition is free, home-made refreshments available all weekend.

•Voyages Historical Crafter Day: g of Discovery

Sat 29th Sept, 10.30am – 12pm Royston Museum, SG8 5AL ExhibitionLaunch:MiddleSchoolsArt ExhibitionLaunchCraftyactivities&trailaround

Friends Book Sale

Sat 29th Sept, 10.45am – 4pm Royston Museum, SG8 5AL Bag a bargain book! Monthly book sale run by the Friends of Royston Museum.


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Sat 29th Sept, 7.30 - 8.30pm The Seth Ward Community Centre, Buntingford SG9 9SG £15 includes supper.

•Caxton Jazz in the Afternoon with Swing

Sun 30th Sept, 2.30 - 3.30pm Royston Methodist Church, SG8 7AU Caxton Swing, with Louise Hobbs, will be playing jazz from the 1930’s to the 1950’s. Tickets £7. 01763 243815

Throughout The Month Braughing g Sing g Community Choir Tues eveniings, 7.30 - 9pm. The Jenyns School, Braughing The first two sessions are free.

Royston Health Walks

Every Wed, from 1.30pm Royston Heath, SG8 5BG Join us for a leisurely walk, a chat and a brew.

•Exhibition Voyages of Discovery

From 4th Sept onwards, 9am - 5pm Curwens Gallery, SG8 9AA Hosted by Tracy Stressing, Susan Levy and Sylvia Jordan. The exhibitors have are kindly donating some proceeds of their exhibition to Home Start Charity.

‘Faces and Places’ By Vivienne Machell

Until 29th Sept, Mon – Sat, 9am – 5pm Melbourn Hub, SG8 6DZ Beautiful portraits in acrylic and oils to create an atmosphere of drama and passion”

Reed First School Open Afternoon Sat 29th Sept, 12 - 4pm Reed First School, SG8 8AB

•SatDumisa Rumbidza Praise 29th Sept, 2.30pm

Royston Methodist Church, SG8 7AU Members of the Methodist Church in Zimbabwe UK Fellowship will be singing praises and rejoicing. Just turn up.

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Parenting Children Course

From Mon 10th Sept, 7.30 - 9.30pm The Old Bull Inn, SG8 9AW Join us at The Old Bull for five sessions to help equip you for the journey of parenthood.

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Stepping out with Carers ‘Stepping out with Carers’ has come to Hertfordshire. They offer a series of scenic, sociable, entertaining walks in some of Herts’ greatest beauty spots, created especially for carers and the people they care for.

– a brisker longer walk around 3 miles and a shorter walk, up to a mile, on easy terrain suitable for anyone in a wheelchair or with mobility issues. Following the expeditions, all walkers come together for a convivial and communal lunch.

The multi award-winning Fox & Duck

The walks are delivered by The Ramblers in association with Carer Support Organisations and are funded by the National Lottery through Sport England. They are supported by Herts County Council and local carer organisations including Crossroads. The Sports Minister, Tracy Crouch, who joined a walk in July said “It’s a great scheme combining physical activity with respite and connectivity & much loved by participants”.

The next walk is on Thursday 13th September at St Paul’s Walden Bury, Hitchin, exploring the garden and grounds and has been sponsored by Margaret House Residential and Dementia Care Home in Barley, who are proud to support the life-enhancing, health-promoting, fun-inducing value of walking and talking with new friends.

The current landlords began their tenure in October 2012 and have gone from strength to strength since. In 2015 the team scooped its first award for best service in the county in the Hertfordshire Food and Drink awards. In 2016 and 2017 they were voted PUB OF YEAR and this year the Fox and Duck were runner up in the competition, not bad for a village pub in the small but quaint village of Therfield! It has established itself with both those looking for a pint of real ale as well as a delicious, a la carte meal, the Fox and Duck is quickly becoming one of the most popular gastro pubs in Hertfordshire.


September Fixtures LEAGUE FIXTURES

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Saturday 15th September


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Visit our website for details of Further fixtures and all the club news

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Every venue hosts two walks

To find out more or to book your place on the walk visit

There are a good few reasons you should have heard of the Fox and Duck in Therfield before now, but even if you haven’t visited this picturesque countryside pub, you’ll certainly want to now.

shine night walk Men, women and children in Cambridge are being urged to walk all over cancer as Cancer Research UK launches an exciting new fundraising event in the city.

Cambridge has been chosen to host Cancer Research UK’s Shine Night Walk for the first time, on 15th September. The 10k walking event will see people of all ages and abilities uniting through light

Home of the Gold Award Winning Celebrated Meldreth Pork Sausages

Minted Lamb Kofta Kebabs 20 for £6.99 2 for £6 Mix & Match BBQ Packs

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Fantastic BBQ’s, Spit Roast Hog, Spring Lamb or a Baron of Beef, Slow Roast pulled Pork & Brisket Carvery, Curry Nights, Jacket Potatoes & Fillings

With a stunning village green to dine on and a children’s playground at the rear, the Fox and Duck is well with a visit!

For more information about The Fox and Duck, visit

to raise money for life-saving research. People are invited to sign up now and choose to raise money for the area of cancer research closest to their hearts. Saturday 15th September To enter:


Open Mon to Fri 8am-5pm Sat 8am-2pm Sun 9am-1pm

Why not try walking there? The Fox and Duck is only a 45 minute stroll from the heath car park in Royston and if you have a four legged friend then your pooch will be more than welcome too.

Boasting new handpicked selections from around the world, the extensive wine list caters to a variety of palettes and when dining customers can choose from a bar menu with pub

Russell’s Outside Catering & Davey’s Butchers Having a party? Need catering? Call Russell on 01763 260193

favourites such as haddock and chips or the famous ‘Foxy Burger’ along with sandwiches and salads. Or, for a treat, the chefs a la carte menu boasts dishes such as Dover sole, a duck trio, free range rose veal duo or chill polenta triangles.

Friday 14th to Sunday 16th September 16 Cask Ales ∙ 10 Craft Beers ∙16 Ciders  Full weekend of Live Music and Great Food 


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From Tallulah’s Kitchen Elderflower tonic

1lb of sugar for every pint of liquid produced The Cordial can be enjoyed as a hot drink or if you are in metric 450g of sugar for every - simply dilute with boiling water 1 part Cordial to 5 to 6 parts water depending on 600ml of liquid produced. your personal taste. Or you may choose to Hello my fellow foodies... You will also need 10 cloves, the juice of one enjoy this as a more “grown-up” hot Toddy lemon and a 2 cm piece of fresh ginger for This month I would like to share with you a or splash a dash into a glass of fizz, but it is each measure of liquid. recipe for Elderflower Cordial or “Back to also delicious simply drizzled over ice cream School Flu Fighter” as it known in the Le Fey Once you have picked and carefully rinsed or fruit salad? house! the Elderberries checking them for bugs and If, like me, you are not a big fan of ginger leaves etc., pop them in a large pan and just just leave it out all together, my past “brews” This is delicious, very simple to make. It’s cover with cold water. Bring the temperature have featured cinnamon sticks, twists of also full of antioxidants and bioflavonoids, to a gentle simmer until the berries are soft. orange peel, and one time I used demerara rich in vitamins A, B6 and C, and iron and Now strain the berries through a muslin lined sugar and the Cordial took on an almost Potassium and allegedly clinically proven colander making sure you keep the liquid. to help with Flu symptoms. Before you start toffee/caramel flavour. Experiment and have Try not to squash the berries to release guzzling it with gay abandonment please fun, I’d love to hear what flavour sensations the last of the “juice” as this may result in remember it does contain sugar...quite a lot you come up with. bitterness from the pips tainting the finished of it too! You will require a muslin to strain the Until next time my fellow foodies... fruit through and bottles to store the finished cordial. product in, but other than that no special Now measure the amount of liquid and equipment is required. The whole process return it to a clean, thick bottomed pan -a starts with picking the Elderberries so what preserving pan is idea. Calculate the better way to start the day than grabbing the amount of sugar required and add to the dog and something to pop your Elderberry liquid and then return to the heat long harvest into and heading off into the country enough to gently dissolve the sugar. for walk? Next, add the lemon juice, cloves and

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ginger and boil for no more than 10 minutes and leave to cool. Before bottling up in sterilised bottles remove the cloves and ginger. If you find you have more than you can use this Cordial freezes and keeps well, but freeze only in plastic bottles remembering to leave room for Elderberry Cordial the liquid to expand in the bottle as it 1kg freshly picked and washed Elderberries. freezes. Plastic containers work well too but be prepared to have a purple tinge to (All leaves removed.) your favourite Tupperware forever after!

One word of warning. Please ensure that no leaves from the Elderflower go into the berries at the cooking stage. The leaves contain toxins and that way trouble lies, just be extra vigilant when washing and picking over the berries and all should be well.

Welcome to the Town

British Raj

British Raj - Royston’s original Indian restaurant - was established by Nazir Choudhury in 1976. A charming host & veteran restaurateur, Mr. Choudhury gave Royston its first experience of high quality British-Bangladeshi curry & tandoori cooking. The restaurant went from strength to strength, collecting many national accolades across the years and was highly regarded as the ‘best Indo-Bangladeshi restaurant in East Anglia’. Due to ill health, Mr. Choudhury

retired after over 4 decades in the hospitality industry; subsequently, the British Raj sadly ended in 2004. However, the spirit of the British Raj never ceased. Within the Choudhury family, there has always been a yearning to revive the Raj and bring back to Royston an unparalleled level of the very best Indian cuisine. It is with pleasure, we re-launch this award winning institute - as an exclusive takeaway & delivery operation.

British Raj, 73 Kneesworth Street, Royston 01763 244544

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Spotlight On... Herts Open Studios

If you are interested in Art, this months Spotlight On is for you. Artists from all around Hertfordshire are opening their studios from the 8th - 30th September for you to come along and look at some of the stunning work they have created.

The artists and artisan makers have a range of work from painting to sculpture, printmaking, photography, glass, jewellery and so much more for you to see. Each of the artists studios are free to visit and will offer a mix of working studios, demonstrations, exhibitions and workshops. You can see for yourself early designs or finished pieces to see how the artists create their wonderful work. In Royston we have one of our very own artists taking part. Andrew Ludlow is opening his studio. Andrew works in watercolour and oil painting a huge

variety of subjects. He also creates his own colours which will be available to try during his Open Studios. There is wheelchair access to his studio as well as refreshments and a demonstration. You can visit Andrews Studio from 11am5pm by appointment on: Saturday 8th September Sunday 9th September Saturday 15th September Sunday 16th September Saturday 29th September 4 Heath Avenue Royston SG8 9DB 07812 653329

effect finish. Anthony Dansie creates still life, landscapes and studio portraits in oils as well as clay sculptured portrait heads cast on resin or plaster. You can visit these artists on: Saturday 15th September Sunday 16th September Saturday 29th September Sunday 30th September 26 Chapel Lane, Fowlmere, SG8 7SD

We also have a Potter and a Painter taking part in the Herts Open Studios from Fowlmere.

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William James Kohler creates ceramic sculptures and vessels with a volcanic and organic finish inspired by the elements. His functional kitchen ware has a rustic

01223 262337/077702 332443 If you fancy going even further than our wonderful local artists visit the online Herts Open Studios brochure and take a look at where you can visit artists from all over Hertfordshire

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As the children return to school it’s nice to give then some old fashioned good food. What could be nicer than our handmade sausages made with free range Suffolk pork, served with a pile of creamy Maris Piper mashed potatoes and a rich onion gravy?


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Traditional butchers offering great quality free range and local meat, poultry and game, at great value, every day, together with a large range of artisan cheeses, and delicatessen products. And, our renowned home made pies and handmade sausages including the original Royston Banger. Delivery Service into Royston and local villages *Free if into Royston with £25 minimum order

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Making your own jam

James Day, Head Chef at the award-winning Belle Freehouse in Bassingbourn gives his tips for an unusual jam. The ingredients you will need are as follows: 450g Melon 450g Caster Sugar 4 tbsp Lemon Juice This recipe is for a melon jam - a lovely reminder of the summer in the months to come. First of all halve the melon and remove the skin and seeds so you only have the flesh remaining. Dice this into approximately 1.5 cm dice to allow for even cooking. Place the melon into a thick based pan (or a preserving pan if you have one) with half the lemon juice and cook down to a pulp. Using a potato masher or wooden spoon, squash the fruit to a puree. At this stage add the remaining lemon juice and the sugar, stirring over a low heat until the sugar has dissolved. Increase the heat and boil until the setting temperature of 105 degrees is reached. If you haven’t got a sugar thermometer, place a teaspoon of jam on a cold saucer - if it forms a skin as it cools then the setting temperature has been reached. Place your jam into a sterilised jar, seal and allow to cool. For an extra bit of flavour you can add a tablespoon of rum to every 450g of sugar. This is to be stirred in just before setting point is reached. The Belle Freehouse and Restaurant North End, Bassingbourn, SG8 5NZ 01763 250921



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Wellbeing NEW Classes at RCHC

The following classes are starting at The Royston Complementary Health Centre Studio this September: Hatha Yoga with Carole Richardson Mon 10th at 9.15am. Tues 11th at 2pm, Wed 12th at 9.30am and 11.30am, Thurs 13th at 10am, 5pm & 6.30pm

Traditional Yoga with Jo Duffin Tues 11th at 6.30pm & 8.15pm, Wed 12th at 7.45pm, Fri 14th at 9.45am Sun Power Yoga with Louise Banyer Sat 1st at 9am Mother & Baby Yoga every Thurs at 1pm Yoga in Pregnancy every Thurs at 8.15pm

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The legendary Khandel Light Ceilidh takes place on 13th October. There will be supper, a raffle, an auction of watercolour paintings and the Cambridge University Ceilidh Band!

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Melbourn Dynamos FC is a friendly club which is open to all. The club currently provides 230 boys and girls the opportunity to play regular football regardless of their experience or ability at all ages from 3 to 16. Between 3-6 teams participate in the brilliant Dynamos weekly Saturday morning sessions led by Dipak Patel, a Level 2 award winning coach. MDFC is proud of the strength of support from our members and families and the praise and recognition of our peers. With the support of our fundraising and community

partners, the Club is able to financially supporting families who may be unable to afford the fees. The Club are always pleased to hear from new players or anyone who would like to get involved in our fabulous community. For more information please contact Blake at

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J. Oliver Radley Opticians

J. Oliver Radley Opticians

J. Oliver Radley Opticians Buntingford was established on 1st August 2004 by James Oliver Radley, owner and dispensing optician, who has over 20 years of experience in the optical industry.

“for a sharper image”

Your local Independent Opticians - for all your eyecare needs

The practice is located on Buntingford High Street and serves Hertfordshire and the surrounding counties. NHS and private patients are welcome from three years upwards.

Established 2004

As your local independent practice, J. Oliver Radley Opticians strives to provide an excellent service that’s tailored to your individual optical needs whatever they are - fashion, sports, style, UV protection maybe.


The basic eye test is free if you are under19 and are in full time


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Entry level spectacle frames start at £25 with lenses starting from £45. However the practice stocks many high end brands including Bulgari, Lindberg, Oakley, Oliver Goldsmith, Persol, Porsche Design, Ray-Ban, Silhouette, Tiffany & Co and Tom Davies. Radley Opticians prides itself on delivering professional advice, quality products and the best customer service. James loves helping people see better visually and look better cosmetically. He takes pride in ensuring that all patients have healthy eyes and the best vision possible for them so that they can enjoy their work and hobbies.

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education, over 60, over 40 with a history of glaucoma in the family, or if you are diabetic or eligible for tax credits. Private eye tests are £35. We can do further private investigations upon request.

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Sartorius Stedim Biotech Recruitment Open Day

4pm- 8pm Wednesday, September 19th 2018.

Sartorius Stedim Biotech, based in Royston is a leading manufacturer of products that enable the biotech industry to develop and produce drugs safely and efficiently. The Royston site employs over 250 staff and specialises in designing and manufacturing advanced automated cell culture and fermentation equipment, including the world-leading ambr® automated micro and mini bioreactor systems, which are used in major pharmaceutical companies globally. Sartorius’ Royston site is a modern, open-plan environment, where staff work in a clean, high-tech and friendly workspace. Due to continued success, Sartorius is currently recruiting in many areas of the business including R&D, Manufacturing, Support Services, Supply Chain, Quality & Procurement. Come and visit the Sartorius site at York Way in Royston from 4pm-8pm on Wednesday September 19th to find out about the exciting permanent and temporary opportunities available. Light refreshments and tours of the facility will also be provided.

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A professional image How do you define a professional image?

We decided that it is comprised of four elements:

We are currently recruiting: Care Assistants, Household Assistants and a Relief Cook For more information call 01763 242243

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SPECIAL OFFER For all new Conveyancing matters taken on to the end of OCTOBER 2018 We are offering Residential Conveyancing on a “No completion, no fee” basis* Please contact us for further details: Fish Hill Chambers, 2-3 Fish Hill, Royston, Herts, SG8 9JY 01763 241121 *Freehold Registered Properties Only

What will you do when they go back to school? We are looking for accountants to join us from September. Working part-time from our office in Royston on childcare friendly hours. Competitive pro rata salary offered. Practice experience is preferable but not essential.

• Attire and clothing: • Body Language: • Attitude and behaviour: • Conversation and language: Dress the part. Some will say it is wrong to judge, but it is human nature to form instant impressions. This doesn’t mean you need to be flashy, just dress with respect – you never know who you’re going to meet. Your appearance should say to customers, ‘you can trust me’ not, ‘look at me’. Look the part. It’s important that your body language is also open and engaging. Smile and say hello to people, make eye contact when speaking, carry yourself with confidence. Act the part. You need to exhibit a positive attitude. You want to be confident but not cocky, polite but not smarmy, friendly but not annoying. And

remember – in business relationships, it’s not about you, it’s about the customer.. Communicate wisely. Conversations should not be about you, so listen – seek to understand before being understood. And don’t forget your social media profile – what do people see when they look at yours? Maybe rantings about old flames, Twitter spats with restaurants giving bad service? But enough about me… Does the way you look and behave give your customer complete confidence that you understand what they need, and that you can (and will) deliver it in the way they want? What do you think?

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