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small plant life that had survived. Some scientists Welcome to the first scene of believe that it Royston Tapestry took millions of We love dinosaurs! What years for the amazing, mind boggling, huge, rest of colourful, feathery creatures! plant life It’s no wonder young children to get (and adults) are enthralled by back to them. And one time, long ago, normal. dinosaurs walked the along It could the land where we now live! Right now, you could be sitting be that this on a spot once sat on by an iguanodon (one that was found asteroid in the South East of England is is the reason on display in Cambridge). we’re Around 66 million years ago here over half of all animals and today. The death of the plants died out. Most agree dinosaurs gave mammals a that this happened after an asteroid hit the Earth which led chance to step forward. The Royston Tapestry brings to temperatures rising. This was too much to handle for the these creatures to life through dinosaurs. Those that did cope the use of bright colours. Just with the heat then faced a lack one coral shows the skill of the stitching as well as the stitcher’s of food as other animals and eye for blending colours. plants died. This is when being small came It’s thanks to the asteroid that in handy. Small mammals were killed the dinosaurs, that this scene could be stitched at all! able to hide from the worse affects of the asteroid. They www.roystonmuseum.org.uk could also eat the insects or

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Pet of the Month Tiddlywink is a really affectionate older lady of 11 who would love a quiet home as a companion cat. She loves human affection and wants nothing more than to cuddle up and enjoy your company. Luna Animal Rescue 07970 800530 / 07860 480015 luna.ar@hotmail.co.uk www.lunaanimalrescue.org

Are your pet’s microchip details up to date? • We are a privately owned family run practice, providing continuity of care & including 24 hour emergency treatment at the practice. • Open weekdays 8am - 7pm & Saturday mornings, with plenty of free parking

• We guarantee a same day appointment for ill pets • Free veterinary health checks for new client’s pets • We are approachable, sympathetic, understanding and helpful - we will listen

Newmarket Road, Royston,• We Herts SG8 9GH guarantee a same day appointment for ill pets Tel: 01763 242221 • www.roystonvets.com • Our own 24 hour emergency cover • Neuterings and other surgeries • Vaccinations, worming and flea treatments

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To change your clocks! Daylight Saving Time Starts on Sunday, 31st March at 1am when clocks are turned forward one hour.

meLBOURN FC qUIZ NIGHT

Come along to Melbourn FC’s quiz night. Teams of up to 6 people £5 per head. There will be a licensed bar available. All Saints Community Hall, Melbourn Saturday 2nd March, 7.30pm Stuart: 07789 468165, Simon: 07732 613555 or chadders200@hotmail.co.uk

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• Weight checks, dietary advice and food • Dental care and extractions We are approachable, sympathetic, understanding and helpful - we will listen.

Royston Veterinary Centre, Newmarket Road, Royston, Hertfordshire SG8 9GH

BaldockVeterinary Centre 19 Whitehorse Street, Baldock, Hertfordshire SG7 6QB

Dog Day Care Centre

Tel: 01763 242221 • www.roystonvets.com

Tel: 01462 895579 • www.baldockvets.com

Council licensed, half or full day options. Local transport provided. All staff are fully insured & DBS checked. Holiday cover - pet sitting in your own home Rabbit and Guinea Pig boarding Pet taxi service Puppy let outs & visits

Lyndsey Woods - 07725 866 773 lwpetcareservices@gmail.com | f lwpetcareservices

Save the Date- Royston Historical Pageant

Royston is proud to be holding a fabulous historical pageant on Sunday 7th July 2019 in the Priory Memorial Gardens. The event will include reenactors recreating scenes from the 1400s, including soldiers in armour and a medieval feast; a grand procession through the town; medieval mummers plays and dancing; a falconry display;

hog roast and much more. There’ll be something for all the family and it’s FREE so invite your friends and come along and join in the fun!

Priory Memorial Gardens Sunday 7th July www.roystonpageant.uk

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