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Sartorius Stedim Biotech Recruitment Open Day
4pm- 8pm Tuesday, October 29th 2019.
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 ambrÂŽ automated micro and mini bioreactor systems, which are used in major pharmaceutical companies globally. Sartoriusâ€™ 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 Tuesday October 29th to find out about the exciting permanent and temporary opportunities available. Light refreshments and tours of the facility will also be provided.
To book your place at the Open Day, please contact: email@example.com For more information on our company, please visit: www.sartorius-stedim-tap.com
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This Autumn, we say goodbye to Ellie, our Publishing Apprentice who was with us for the past two years and wish her well as she progresses her career with a new role in Cambridge. Good luck and all best wishes Ellie!
We are delighted to welcome our new team of young people to The Listing, who join us for the coming months in between their studying commitments, working across various disciplines in the business. As a community business, we take great pride in developing the careers of self-starting young people who are interested in marketing, publishing, design or journalism, and are always keen to hear from other enthusiastic students for future opportunities. You can find out more about The Listing team on our website. This October is jam-packed full of events for all the family, ranging from Halloween festivities to school open days. We shine our spotlight on Cam Sight, dive into the life of Lee Jauncey and ponder the patterns of procrastination. As always, we give recognition to some of the great businesses and charities that bolster our community and look to give back to those who give so much and last but not least, we embrace Black History month and we showcase some exciting upcoming events.
The Listing Team
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Tom Publishing Assistant
Laurie What’s On
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In This Issue ...
Out & About... Royston Rotary Swimathon
Spotlight On - Cam Sight
From Tallulah’s Kitchen
My Local Life - Lee Jauncey
Looking After You
Index of Advertisers
Our Contributors: Julian Berry, Tallulah Le Fey, Kim Fletcher, Chris Lee, Royston Museum Photographer: Clive Porter
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Psst... Ashwell School Fireworks
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Ashwell School PTA presents their Fireworks Display on Saturday 2nd November at Ashwell Tennis club. Gates open at 5pm,with fireworks 6.30pm. Tickets can be purchased in advance from Ashwell school office, Ashwell Chemist & Rhubarb & Mustard or on the gate on the night.
NEWS FROM OUR CLUBS & SOCIETIES... Royston and the surrounding villages are a hive of activity. We are incredibly fortunate to have a wealth of clubs and societies within our town and villages, covering a wide range of interests - from arts to sports, adventure to support.
Royston WI PM
Ladies, if you are looking for an enjoyable way to spend the second Thursday afternoon of the month consider checking out our group in Fellowship Hall (next to the Picture Palace) from around 1.45pm. At our November meeting Jason Middleton will be talking to us about diamonds. Visitors are most welcome and you can meet some other members over a cuppa in a friendly atmosphere. Our various interests include ukulele, discussing books, walking our local footpaths, having lunch together, working on crafts, visiting places of interest and theatre trips. We have plenty of things planned to keep us all occupied over the Autumn months; come and enjoy them with us. For more information please contact: Eunice 01763 231658 or Jean 01763 245958
Royston Bridge CLub
We play duplicate bridge, following the English Bridge Union rules, and aim to finish about 10.30pm. We are a friendly club and welcome new members who are familiar with the game. If you need a partner then click on the ‘Find a partner’ button on our website before attending the club. If you wish to learn or improve your bridge to club standard, then click on the ‘Learning Bridge’ button on the website. For more information call 01763 260746 or visit: www.bridgewebs.com/roystonherts
Since its launch in 2005, The Listing has been proud to support the very many clubs and societies. We maintain and publish a comprehensive list of all the organisations, clubs and societies on our website: www.bit.ly/ClubsDirectory
Our monthly meeting on 29th October should be intriguing as speaker Ian Keable has got a few tricks up his sleeve! Ian is giving a talk on Charles Dickens Conjurer - with some Dickensian tricks included. The meeting starts at 2pm in the Town Hall and refreshments are available from 1.30pm. Royston U3A’s membership is approaching the 500 mark and members enjoy taking part in a wide range of interest groups from pottery and petanque to clay shooting and current affairs. For more informatiom, log onto www.u3asites.org.uk/royston or contact Jackie Gellert on 01763 248097 or email: email@example.com
townswomen’s guild A ‘Mobile Exhibit’ is how younger volunteers at IWM Duxford describe John Kelshall. While guiding school parties of 250 pupils each day through the permanent Battle of Britain display, John regales them with stories of his childhood growing up during the WWII years in Enfield. Boyhood games included scrumping fruit, collecting shrapnel from machine gun casings for “swapsies”, and old newspapers for recycling to earn a Salvage badge. Reminiscences of Anderson and Morrison shelters, queuing at the butchers for nonrationed rabbit, always carrying his Mickey Mouse gas masks. A question John likes to ask his audience is ‘Who had the first onesie?’ To the childrens astonishment, he claims Sir Winston Churchill often dressed in a Siren suit, establishing the fashion.
To learn more of our social programme please call Pauline on 01763 221314
October will be a busy month for Rotarians. You can read more about our Swimathon elsewhere in this issue, but continuing the physical exercise theme, we’re also looking forward to our walking weekend near Fakenham, where many of us, with partners, will enjoy a healthy weekend meandering around some picturesque parts of Norfolk. Apart from getting our boots muddy, there will also be an opportunity for a BBQ and some silly games. Our Memory Café will again be welcoming people with memory issues and their carers on 14th October and 11th November we’ll be at the Town Hall (in Room 11) while the Old Barn is being redecorated. www.roystonrotary.com
WI AM Our speaker in September was William J French. Our members really enjoyed his talk entitled ‘Welcome to My World’. We heard how William joined the navy at the age of 15 and a half, he was only able to do this by getting his elder brother to forge their mother’s signature. Following time spent serving in the Falklands war William served as a butler on the Royal Yacht Britannia. He was also butler to Prince Charles and Princess Diana, the Rothchild family, Lord Rothermere, Nicole Kidman and many more stars.
WI AM meets on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at the Market Hill Rooms, Royston. Coffee and tea is served from 9.45am with speaker following on. Visitors are welcome. For more details call Pat Morritt on 01763 661627
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CAmbridge Festival of IDeas Heading into its 12th year, the University of
Environmental Justice: Ed Miliband and Emily Shuckburgh In Conversation The UK has declared a climate emergency requiring it to bring all greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050. But how can this now be achieved? Thur 17th October, 6-7pm Babbage Lecture Theatre, CB2 3RS
Here are The Listing’s five suggestions! Artic Family Day Bring the whole family to enage and learn about the Artic, the animals and the people who live there. Sat 19th October, 10.30-3.30pm The Polar Museum, Lensfield Road, CB2 1ER
Spies and Assassins in Fiction
Cambridge’s Festival of Ideas is celebrating the theme of ‘change’, offering hundreds of free events including debates, exhibitions, performances and workshops on topics ranging from climate change to the Artic.
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Travelling: At Whose Expense? Explore the economic, cultural and health impacts that travel has on the world. Sat 19th October, 11-5pm Faculty of Law, Sidgwick Site, 10 West Road, CB3 9DZ
Women With Ideas That Changed The World Dr Alison Ainley discusses female inventors From Bond to Bourne and everyone in between, and why it’s taken so long for them to gain Dr Erica Wickerson discusses the classics and recognition they deserve. Sat 26th October, 3.30-4.30pm Anglia Ruskin what spy fiction tells us about society more in University, East Road, CB1 1PT general. Sat 19th October 3.30-4.30pm Little Hall, For more information, call 01223 766766 Sidgwick Site, CB3 9DA or visit: www.festivalofideas.cam.ac.uk
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A one/two man office has just become available in this Town Centre Georgian building. A sweeping staircase leads up to the Small Roysia Suite with modern office furniture, wifi, gas central heating, electricity, and business rates all included in the monthly rental of £295pm plus vat. Small offices to let from £240 per month. First month free, shared kitchen facilities, 24/7 access, and Red Care security.
For more details call:
Stuart at Slaters Property on 01763 248 969 Sid at Fourways Accountants on 01763 878 300 alternatively email: email@example.com
Luxury New Care Home MARKETING SUITE NOW OPEN A new Barchester care home in Melbourn officially opens this winter, offering bespoke residential, dementia and respite care. Melbourn Springs will be a luxury 75-bed care home with ample living spaces, daily life-enrichment programme of activities and choice in delicious and nutritious menus. Visit our Marketing Suite, our friendly team would love to show you around.
Tel: 01763 722305 Hyacinth Drive, Melbourn, Royston, SG8 6FY www.barchester.com/MelbournSprings Marketing Suite Opening Times: Tuesday to Sunday: 10am–5pm and Thursday: 12pm–8pm
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Royston’s Got Talent!
Keeping Royston Safe? Views about CCTV cameras in public spaces seem to fall into two broad camps. On one side people say ‘If you’ve done nothing wrong, you’ve nothing to hide’, in the other camp are those who believe that any filming is an invasion of our privacy and a threat to civil liberties. Readers may remember the controversy surrounding the use of police-controlled cameras to record car number plates - Royston’s so-called ‘ring of steel’ - that was deemed to be illegal. Surveillance is clearly a subject that divides opinion and one which is itself likely to be increasingly under surveillance as the number of cameras, particularly in and around business premises and private residences, goes up. Whether it’s on the roads being tracked by speed cameras, around the station, or visiting the High Street, it sometimes feels like we’re
being watched every step of the way by the security cameras we see, and many we probably don’t. In Royston, there are 11 cameras in public spaces controlled by the Hertfordshire CCTV Partnership (of just under 700 across the county). Setting out to find out more about the use of CCTV cameras in public places around Royston, I met with Mike Read, Operations Manager with the Partnership and learnt a lot. To find out about CCTV surveillance in Royston’s public spaces, visit
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Newlings of Royston proudly presents Royston’s Got Talent at King James Academy on Saturday 26th October. With a range of acts set to perform, see what local talent Royston has to offer. All proceeds go towards the Royston Parish Church Restoration Fund.
Live Heats for under 16s - 10am Live Heats for over 16s - 2pm Live Final - 7pm Application forms are available from Newlings of Royston, Fish Hill, SG8 9LB 01763 242375
Tickets on sale now from the Box Office at King James Academy, Garden Walk, Heats: £5 for adults, £3 children Royston, SG8 7JH Final: £10 for adults, £5 children 01763 242236
Foxton Scarecrow Festival St Laurence’s Church, Foxton will be holding its very successful Scarecrow Festival once again this year on Saturday 12th October. As in previous years, you’ll be able to wander through Foxton village from one scarecrow to another. Join in with the various fundraising activities along the way, including a special children’s quiz ‘Where’s Wally?’ Will you be able to find this special scarecrow, hidden somewhere in the village?
We welcome you to stop in for some refreshments such as bacon butties, home-made soup or tea and cakes. This fun event for all ages will finish in the Church from 4.30pm with prize giving and Foxton Singers performing. Programmes will be available on the day from the Church, the Village Hall and the Village Shop, Foxton. For more details email Jill Buggey: email@example.com
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Out & About... Royston Rotary Swimathon Dig out those Speedos! It’s Swimathon time! We all know that swimming is a super form of exercise, and something you can enjoy whether you’re seven or seventy. But swimming is also a great way to raise funds for your favourite cause – as Royston’s Rotarians know as they gear up for the club’s annual Swimathon. The event, which the club has been running for more than fifteen years, has raised many tens of thousands of pounds, all of it for good causes. The event, at the Leisure Centre, challenges sponsored teams of up to six swimmers to complete as many lengths of the pool as they can in the space of an hour. It’s a fun evening for everyone, and it generates some serious charitable funds – more than £4,000 last year. Every penny raised goes to charity. Sponsorship money is shared 50:50 between each team’s selected cause and Rotary’s charitable choice – this year it will be Royston’s Parish Church Refurbishment Fund plus other charitable projects at home and abroad.
The evening attracts teams of swimmers from all age groups – Rainbows and Brownies at the young end of the scale, with Rotarians themselves at the senior end! In between, many local churches, schools and charities all recruit teams, all ready to get wet for their pet charitable project. Howard Peacock’s the man in charge, and he’s hopeful that the event will equal or beat last year’s tally of 12 teams, 60 swimmers,1206 lengths swum, and £4,000 raised. He’s keen to welcome established and new teams of swimmers – “It’s easy and free to enter,” he says, “and everyone always enjoys the challenge of swimming those few extra lengths – it’s not a race, but there’s a definite element of competition, whether against the clock or the previous year’s record. Plus the satisfaction of knowing you’re doing a lot of good in the process.”
This year’s Swimathon is set for 6-10pm on Sunday 13th October at Royston Leisure Centre – you can download an entry form from www.swimathon@ roystonrotary.com, or call Rtn. Howard Listing A4 Oct 18_Layout 1 12/09/2018 13:44 Page 1 Peacock on 07711 471470
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Psst... All Saints Church AutumN Fayre
Coming soon - All Saints Church Melbourn is holding its inaugural Autumn Fayre on 16th November. An array of new stalls and some old favourites. Find out more in the November Listing Magazine.
For more information, visit www.bit.ly/allsaintschurchmelbourn
School Open Days
Freman College is a co-educational comprehensive upper school in Buntingford. It has a long-standing reputation for excellence, not just for high academic achievement but in the education of the whole person.
sports hall, as well as a multiplicity of opportunities to take part in and attend music and drama performances. Academically, students consistently Throughout the perform at a level which places the year school trips college amongst the top schools include an annual ski trip and other in the country. Students are taught overseas trips run by the Classics, by teachers with outstanding Languages, Geography, Art and experience in teaching their History departments. specialist subjects to GCSE and A Level. The college continues to invest significantly in its facilities Parents and students regularly ensuring that students have identify respectful and warm access to modern classrooms and relationships as a great strength of laboratories. the school. Students get on very well with each other and also with If you missed this year’s Open their teachers. This reflects an Evening, or would like to see more ethos which encourages kindness, of the college during the working mutual support and the importance day, the Headteacher, Ms Loughran of working together. encourages you to call the college office on 01763 271818 or email Freman operates a strong House email@example.com to make an system; students take pride in appointment with her. belonging to and competing for their House. The vertical tutor Freman College has capacity group system fosters a strong to take applicants from across sense of collective responsibility our traditional catchment area of with students across all year groups Buntingford, Puckeridge, Royston, taking part in a wealth of house Stevenage and surrounding activities including sport, drama, villages. music, chess and even baking! Freman College, Bowling Green Extra-curricular opportunities Lane, Buntingford SG9 9BT include a large number of sports teams and clubs many of which are 01763 271818 based in our exceptional £1.2million www.freman.org.uk
Reed First School: Saturday 5th October 10am-2pm Melbourn Primary School: Monday 7th October 9.30am
Tannery Drift First School: Tuesday 15th October 1.30-2.45pm Icknield Walk First School Friday 25th October, 9.30-10.30am
To keep the Poppy Appeal going in Royston we are in desperate need of volunteers to help organise the appeal and help with manning the supermarkets. We usually work on a rota basis and do two hour time slots to help cover them everyday over the appeal. From Monday 28th October until the 11th November.
Therfield First School: Thursday 24th October, 9.45-10.45am St Mary’s Catholic Primary School: Tuesday 5th November, 10-12pm Freman College Sixth Form: Wednesday 6th November, 6.30-8pm King James Academy: Junior Site Open Evenings – Thursday 24th October 6-8pm Junior Site Open Mornings – Mon 21st/Tue 22nd/Wed 23rd October 9-10.30am Senior Site Open Evening – Thursday 10th October 6-8pm
If anyone would like to help out or learn more about what we do, please get in touch. 01763 220981 firstname.lastname@example.org Royston Poppy Appeal on Facebook
CADS Auditions for 2020 pantomime CADS will be bringing Jack and the Beanstalk to life in January 2020! Auditions are on Thursday 3rd October 2019 in the Drama Studio at King James Academy Senior Site, Garden Walk, Royston 7-7.30pm Junior Chorus (12+) 7.45-9pm Principals & Adult Chrous (16+)
Everyone is welcome, whether you’re interested in a principal role, ensemble or a member of the Technical Crew; please come along and register your interest. For more infomration, visit cadsroyston.org.uk or email: email@example.com
Upper School (13 – 18) Buntingford SG9 9BT www.freman.org.uk
For a tour of the college during the working day please call 01763 271818 for an appointment.
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Spotlight On... Cam sight
Cam Sight is a Cambridgeshire charity that supports local people of all ages living with low vision and blindness to live the lives they choose. We work to enhance independence, improve wellbeing, and improve inclusion. Cam Sight supports 1,900 people living with low vision and blindness, we offer a wide range of services to our clients, these include. Emotional Support We offer counselling and emotional support either one to one or in a group. Peer Support Groups We run monthly groups across Cambridgeshire for children and adults, their carers and family members. Providing an opportunity to meet with others and share experiences. Low Vision and Blindness Centres We demonstrate equipment and offer advice on magnifiers, phones and technology. Community Support We provide practical support, this includes advice on concessionary
schemes and available benefits. We also offer a programme of daily living skills including cookery groups.
fundraising Bake Off competition with colleagues or planning to run a marathon, Cam Sight can help you promote your fundraiser through our social media channels and provide you with a fundraising pack to help you get the most out of your fundraising efforts. Remember, if you are doing a fundraiser at work, make sure you talk to your employer to see if they would be willing to match your fundraising efforts.
Sports and Leisure We support individuals in pursuing activities. These include tandem cycling, swimming, ten pin bowling and visits to local attractions. Volunteers Volunteers provide support and companionship to people in many different ways including befriending, assisting with transport and reading. Our volunteers are trained in visual awareness and sighted guiding, and have been through our recruitment process and security checks. Fundraising We organise many events throughout the year, from Dining in the Dark to our annual quiz to guest lectures. They are a great opportunity to bring together family, friends, and colleagues for a special event while raising much needed funds for a local charity.
For any fundraising enquiries please contact Nick via email: nick@camsight. org.uk or call 01223 420033 ext.29. Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org www.camsight.org.uk / 01223 420033 167 Green End Road Cambridge CB4 1RW
www.camsight.org.uk/pages/events/ category/fundraising-events Whether you’re planning on organising a
Icknield Walk First School Poplar Drive, Royston, Herts, SG8 7EZ Tel: 01763 243392 If your child is due to start
Come join in the fun...
Fireworks Icknield Walk First School Poplar Drive, Royston, SG8 7EZ on
Saturday 2 nd November Doors open from 6pm Display at 6.45pm Adult £4 Child £3 Family £12 (2 adults & 2 children)
Nursery or Reception in September 2020 then we would like to invite you to attend our
Early Years Open Event
Friday 25th October 2019 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. For further information please look at our website or contact the school office via email or telephone.
Refreshments including Hotdogs, Burgers, Hot drinks and Sweet Treats as well as Glow Novelties for sale. Family viewing room for babies and small children Please note: No alcohol, sparklers or any hand held ﬁreworks are permitted on school grounds. No Smoking (including e-cigarettes) or unaccompanied children. Thank you
Website: www.icknieldwalk.herts.sch.uk Email: email@example.com
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Church Update Vacancy for Melbourn Primary School Melbourn Primary school is a warm and welcoming school on the Cambridgeshire / Hertfordshire border with approximately 350 children in 13 classes. Our children are friendly and enjoy learning. We believe that learning should be irresistible and we strive for excellence in all we do.
School Cleaner Level 1A (point 6) £9.00 per hour Due school expansion, we require an additional cleaner to undertake the cleaning of designated areas within the school premises to ensure that they are kept in a clean and hygienic condition in accordance with the school cleaning specification. Term time only (38 weeks) Monday – Friday 10 hours per week 3.30pm – 5.30pm School Holiday 35 hours The school holiday working times will be scheduled as 5 hours each during Christmas, Easter, half terms with 10 hours over two days in the summer holiday.
Melbourn Primary School is committed to the protection and safety of all its pupils and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidates will be subject satisfactory references, health and an enhanced DBS checks. If you would to apply for this vacancy please complete and return a Melbourn Primary School application form which can be found on our website www.melbournprimaryschool.org.uk. For more information contact Natalie Mulvey at Tel: 01763 223457, email: firstname.lastname@example.org Closing date for applications: 10.00am Monday 14th October 2019
space within the church and open up the building to a number of With the church finally cleared of the projects not only within the church debris from the fire, tenders are now but also in the wider community. We are now entering a period of being sought for the re-instatement detailed research into what will be phase of the process. the most appropriate form of seating In the meantime, we are now aware to replace the pews and provide the that the bells will all have to be greatest flexibility for the building for re-cast. This will involve the melting the future. down of the damaged bells and We continue to receive donations using the metal to mould new ones. and generous support from the Structural engineers are assessing community for which we are the damage and internal scaffolding incredibly grateful. This month, is being erected in the nave to Royston Rotary are holding a determine how badly the roof timbers Swimathon with proceeds going to have been affected by the fire. the Church Refurbishment Fund. Perhaps the biggest decision taken We do, of course, remain most has been to permanently remove grateful to all concerned. the wooden pews as many were If you have any questions, please damaged as a result of the water speak to our Church Warden, Nick used to extinguish the fire as well Hindle: 01763 324325 or Treasurer, as the debris falling from the roof. This willlead to a much more flexible Phil Burchell: 01763 848937
New Community Hub Launches in Royston Garden House Hospice Care and the Compassionate Neighbours Project have launched a new community hub in Royston following the success of the Stevenage Hub set up last autumn. The Hub is an opportunity for local people to pop in for a cup of tea and a chat, meet some of the Hospice team and find out more about the therapies and support services that are available throughout Garden House Hospice Care.
We are looking for new volunteers. Compassionate Neighbours are trained volunteers offering friendship and a listening ear to people in their community who are lonely or socially isolated. They visit them once a week or get involved at one of our social hubs. Royston Hub meets every Monday, 2-4pm, at Coombes Community Centre, Burns Road, Royston, SG8 5PT. Contact Richard for more information on 07485 027596 or email@example.com
Therfield First School Therfield First School
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Thursday 24th October 9:45-10:45am Why Choose Therfield First School? Small,nurturing village school Exciting,creative curriculum High quality teaching Small class sizes High adult/child ratio Outstanding Early Years outside area Forest schooling Strong community spirit
We take children from Royston and the surrounding villages. We also have limited spaces in other year groups. Ring the office to book your 1:1 tour with the Head.
The Causeway, Therfield. 01763 287284 www.therfield.herts.sch.uk
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Tuesday 5 November from 10am-12pm This is an exciting opportunity for prospective and current families to visit our Outstanding school and see our wonderful children learning in a happy, stimulating and engaging environment, a place where pupils and staff are proud to be. Reception applications open online 4th November through Herts admissions Nursery applications (Nursery 30 hours offered) are now open apply direct through the school office.
St Mary’s • A place where pupils can thrive academically and socially • High academic standards • Enriched curriculum with 5 residential trips • Well-resourced outdoor learning environment • Welcoming, dedicated and caring staff
WomenSing is a female 8pm community choir set up to encourage all singers Coombes Community centre. Burnstogether Road. Royston 5PT We sing everything from no matter what level to join in SG8 song. Cost £5. Coldplay to Bach. No previous experience needed. WomenSing is a female community choir set up to For more informati on contact on encourage all singers no matter whatLinda level to Bance join togetheror in song. We sing everything from Coldplay 0775 363 6443 firstname.lastname@example.org to Bach. No previous experience needed. WomenSing supports Home-start Royston and South Cambridgeshire For more information contact Linda Bance on 07753636443 or email@example.com WomenSing supports Home-start Royston and South Cambridgeshire
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From Tallulah’s Kitchen Chunky Chocolate and Orange Cookies > 225g orange flavoured chocolate - this time I used milk chocolate but usually And welcome to October’s bright and shiny I like the richer darker taste of plain chocolate - the higher the cocoa solids edition of The Listing. percentage the better for me! This month I would like to share with you possibly the quickest recipe for chocolate > Pop the oven on to pre heat at 180° chip cookies ever! These cookies are Let’s begin by creaming the butter and the soft and slightly “gooey” type style both sugars until the mixture looks lighter bordering on a brownie like texture... just in colour and takes on a creamier texture. the thing to go with a cup of tea on a cold, Next stir in the vanilla seeds, orange zest and then gradually add the beaten egg damp, autumnal afternoon, or to share making sure you beat the mixture well around at Halloween! to incorporate all the egg between each Chunky Chocolate and Orange Cookies addition or you may well have a curdled mix to deal with. Makes approximately 12 cookies
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> 150g butter (I like to use the salted variety) > 60g soft brown sugar > 100g granulated white sugar > Seeds scraped from 1/2 a vanilla pod > Finely grated zest of one orange > 1 egg from a happy and healthy free running hen > 220g plain white flour > 1/2 tsp bicarbonate of soda
Next, stir in the sifted flour and bicarbonate of soda and finally stir in the chunks of chocolate. As you can see from the picture I have used large chunks but it is up to you how large or small your chunks are, some may even prefer the uniformity of chocolate chips, the choice, as always dear reader, is up to you! Now all that remains to do is to spoon the mixture directly onto a greased baking sheet. I used an ice-cream scoop to ensure all my cookies were the same size and I left the mixture in a little “heap” allowing plenty of space between the
mounds as they do spread as they cook. Next, pop the trays into the pre heated oven and cook for approximately 10 minutes, but keep an eye on them as they can burn very quickly. Once they are cooked, firm and golden brown in colour, remove from the oven but let them cool for a few minutes before moving them to a cool rack to cool completely. Now all that remains to do is to pop the kettle on, invite a friend over and enjoy a cookie, or two, in good company! Until next time dear reader...
Tallulah Le Fey xx
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Lasagne is always a treat on a cold day and as we head into Autumn, it’s the perfect time! If you’re looking for an easy Italian meal to feed a crowd, this is it!
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black history month - roger britten In 1856, the Royston Institute hosted a grand exhibition showcasing novelties and the latest technological advances. A reporter noted that one such novelty was ‘an intelligent looking African... printing off copies of a handbill.’ Roger Britten had been born in the British colony of Demerara (now Guyana) 16 years earlier. His was the first generation born into freedom and, when he was just 5 years old, a non-conformist minister Reverend William Garland Barrett arrived. He believed a Christian education was vital to the advancement of the children of ex-slaves but his mission was cut short when he fell seriously ill. He returned to England in 1848, taking Roger with him as his adopted son. The family settled in Upper King Street, Royston, where Barrett took up the pastorship of John Street Congregational Chapel. When the family moved away, they passed 15 year old Roger to the care of John Warren, a printer. Warren had big plans which included the launch of a monthly free newspaper (the Royston Crow), a venture that needed apprentices to support it. Roger learned quickly and soon took up a job in London.
Soon after Reverend Barret’s death, Roger adopted the middle name Mark. He married Royston girl Fanny Clarke, a white, Anglican 24-year-old dressmaker. Unfortunately, by age 43, Roger was unwell. He had contracted bronchopneumonia and died at his home on 1st June 1883. Unusually, the Royston Crow ran a lengthy obituary. ‘Many will remember the little black boy... who...through his good temper and amiability, won the affections of those around him wherever he went.’
As part of Black History Month find out more about Roger Britten at Royston Museum 2pm on Saturday 5th October (with special guests, King James Academy Royston’s Boys Choir who will be performing a song they have written about Roger Britten). You will also be able to see Stacey Leigh’s painting, which interprets his life, and see the printing press Roger operated. More details on his life can be found at www.hertsmemories.org.uk This project has been supported by Creative Royston.
Dates: 29th and 30th October Time: 10 - 4 (with a 3:30 show on the 2nd day) Location: Coombes Community Centre, Burns Road, Royston, SG8 5PT Suitable for children aged: 6-16 Cost: £80 (Sibling discounts available) To find out more or to book: Call: 07799 311790 Email: MaddenTheatreArts@Gmail.com Alternatively you can find us on Facebook and Instagram @MaddenTheatreArts Other services are also available.
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National Curry Week was founded in October 1998 by a great friend of British Raj – the late Peter Grove. He was a journalist and editor of the ‘Real Curry Restaurant Guide’, which was the Michelin Guide of British curry restaurants. The initiative of National Curry Week was launched to both celebrate & support Britain’s favourite cuisine whilst also raising awareness and funds for charity.
The menu at British Raj Express is packed with a range of unusual and unique speciality dishes, whether you have a passion for hot and fiery curries or a mild palette, Safwaan and his team will be happy to recommend a dish that suits you. This year British Raj is supporting Royston Poppy Appeal by donating £1 from every takeaway during National Curry Week (7th October to 13th October).
Royston’s original Indian restaurant is re-launching as an exclusive takeaway opposite Royston station
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Would you like the opportunity to promote your business on Royston Market? Or are you a charity, club or organisation which could benefit from engaging with the large numbers of people who attend the market every week.
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To keep up to date with the Market News If so, why not take advantage of the market’s ‘Community Initiative’ follow, @RoystonMarket on Facebook and utilise a FREE pitch on a Saturday.
roast Parsnip & apple Soup – parsnip crisps & crispy sprouts Chicken Liver Parfait – red onion marmalade & sourdough Braised Pig Cheeks – tomato jus, leek crisps & balsamic Seven & Wye Valley Smoked Salmon – horseradish crème fraiche, orange vinaigrette & sourdough
Roast Turkey – light and dark meat, apricot & sage stuffing, roast potatoes, pigs in blankets, brussel sprouts & turkey gravy Confit Pork Belly – mashed potatoes, fine beans & apple jus Pan Fried Hake – crushed dill new potatoes, king prawns, charred broccoli & lobster bisque Beetroot risotto – dill, capers, fried leeks & balsamic
Christmas Pudding – brandy sauce Chocolate Pot – crème fraiche, biscotti & chocolate ice cream Lemon tart – raspberry sorbet, mango coulis & pistachio praline ice-Creams & Sorbets - vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, lemon, raspberry & mango
Choice of Coffee, Tea, Herbal Tea, Hot Chocolate or Malted Milk served with Mini Mince Pies
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Home of the Gold Award Home of The Gold Award Winning Winning We cater forSausages all your needs for Celebrated Meldreth Pork Celebrated School and Village Fetes: Minted Lamb Kofta Kebabs 20 for £6.99 Free Gas Barbecue Meldreth 2 for £6 Mix & match BBQ Packs & Heating Trays Hire Pork Burgers, Sausages, Sliced Having a Party at Home or local Venue and need catering Onions, Cheese, Veggie, Sausages Then Call Russell on 01763 Rolls260193 & Baps Fantastic BBQ’s, Spit Roast Hog, Spring Lambs or a Baron of Beef, Slow Roast
Bury Lane Farm Shop began as a small hut in an orchard over 35 years ago, selling fruit and vegetables to passing and local trade in Melbourn. Growing quickly, this family-run business moved to the current location on the A10 Melbourn by-pass and has become a prestigious farm shop and a leading UK flower grower, focusing on fresh produce, local suppliers and being a destination for all the family.
Having a party? Need catering? Call Russell on 01763 260193
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Bury Lane Farm Shop is truly independent with friendly, knowledgeable staff who help make your visit relaxed and enjoyable by offering a personal, helpful service. There is also a loyalty scheme for both the Farm Shop and the Fun Barn rewarding regular and loyal customers. With a bright cafe, fabulous food hall, garden shop, large free car park, children’s Fun Barn, huge Christmas shop from October to December and a Taste of New for 2019, the Farm Shop has Christmas event on Thursday 14th just completed a total refurbishment November 2019, there really is of their large Gift Hall, which is now something for everyone. bright, open and full of wonderful gifts including kitchenware, Bury Lane Farm Shop, A10 jewellery, scarves, candles, gift Bypass, Melbourn SG8 6DF toiletries, greetings cards, baby and children’s toys and books. Offering 01763 260418 www.burylanefarmshop.co.uk new products and old favourites from companies such as Jellycat, Sophie Allport, ‘I’d Rather Be…’ Stubbs Mugs, the ever-popular Wrendale Designs, Di Palomo hand creams, Powder scarves and Barefoot & Beautiful vegan beauty products, the new look Gift Hall is a stunning addition to the business.
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Tequila is a stunning seven-year-old cat who is initially shy but once she feels confident, is very friendly. She has previously lived with other cats but would prefer a home with older children as they arenâ€™t as unpredictable. Luna Animal Rescue 07970 800530 / 07860 480015 firstname.lastname@example.org www.lunaanimalrescue.org
Royston District Model Railway Club will be hosting their 8th exhibition on Saturday 16th November, with 20+ layouts and a selection of demonstrators and trade stands. For more information, visit www.roystondmrc.co.uk
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Royston Methodist Church, Queens Rd Mon 28th Oct to Fri 1st Nov, 9.45am â€“ 12.30pm each day Games, Craft, Stories, Songs, the Watt Family, Snacks Contact: Richard Elcock 01763 208381 or Gill Grainger 01763 242682
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What’s On... Nuthampstead Airfield Museum Talk
Tue 1st Oct, 7pm Barkway Village Hall Cambridge Rd, Barkway, Royston SG8 8BS Schloss Cloditz-Oflag 1VC, a talk by David Keen, retired CEO of the RAF Hendon Museum. 7pm for 7.30pm prompt start. £7.50 suggested donation which includes light snacks. For more information, visit www. nuthampsteadairfieldmuseum.com/
Jack and the Beanstalk Auditions
Thu 3rd Oct, 7-9.30pm King James Academy, Royston SG8 7JH CADS will be performing Jack and the Beanstalk as their next pantomime! Juniors (12+) from 7-7.45 p.m. and adults (18+) from 7.45-9 p.m. Further details available on www.cadsroyston.org.uk/ as soon as they are available.
Talk: Archaeological Excavation at Wimpole
Thu 3rd Oct, 8-9.30pm Royston Town Hall, Royston SG8 7DA Paddy Lambert will give an illustrated talk on Archaeological Excavation at Wimpole. Visitors are welcome for £2, for more information, contact David Allard on 01763 242677.
80s and 90s Silent Disco
Fri 4th Oct, 7.30-11.45pm The Old Bull Inn, Royston SG8 9AW A night of 80’s, 90’s tunes all in 1 room with 2 channels to choose from. For more information, visit www.bit.ly/ oldbullsilentdisco
20th Ashwell Book Weekend
Sat 5th Oct, 10-5pm & Sun 6th Oct, 2-5pm St Mary’s Church, Mill St, Ashwell, Baldock SG7 5LY A great selection of fiction and non-fiction books to browse and buy for children
and adults. Tea, coffee and home-made cakes available. Entrance costs £1, children under 16 go free.
Sat 5th Oct, 10am-2pm Royston Town, Royston SG8 9JN Family fun in Royston Town! Free activities and a costume competition.
Sat 5th Oct, 1-4pm Wandlebury Country Park, Babraham, Cambridge CB22 3AE Fun and family-friendly apple day at Wandlebury Park. Guided walks around the park, juicing, archery, and various activities and stalls. Free admission, but parking costs £3. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01223 243830
Black History Month Event
Sat 5th Oct, 2pm Royston & District Museum, King St, Royston SG8 5AL Find out about Roger Britten, Royston’s black Victorian printer, see Stacey Leigh Ross’s new picture and hear King James Academy Boyz Choir sing the song they wrote about him. For more information, visit www.roystonmuseum.org.uk/
Sat 5th Oct, 2.30-3.30pm Royston Library, Market Hill, Royston SG8 9JN Suitable for 5-12 year olds, sessions will cost £2. Lego club returns but now on the first Saturday of the month. Pre-bookings are no longer needed.
The 2019 Hoohaah Races
Sun 6th Oct, 9.30am Wimpole Estate Arrington, Royston SG8 0BW Fun, multi-terrain races raising money for Camsight and Cambridge City Foodbank. Visit www.hoohaah.co.uk
Antiques & Vintage Fair
Sun 6th Oct, 10-4pm Great Chishill Village Hall, Hall Ln, Great Chishill, SG8 8SH Come and browse an array of antiques and vintage stalls, with tea and cake available. Fairs being held on both 1st Sep and 6th Oct. Entry costs £1, for more information contact Karen@ruralmagpie. co.uk or visit www.ruralmagpie.co.uk
Hinxton Watermill Open Day
Royston Arts Society Demonstration
Fri 11th Oct, 8-10pm Market Hill Rooms, Royston SG8 9DW Pauline Hazelwood will be giving a demonstration of ‘Line & Wash Book Illustration’. Non-members £3 including refreshment. For more information, contact 01763 261808
Royston Folk Club Showcase
Sun 6th Oct, 2.30-5.30pm Saffron Walden CB10 1RD An opportunity to explore and learn the history of this impressive 17th century working watermill on the River Cam. Costs £3 per adult, £1 per child Contact: 01223 243830 extension 207 or email email@example.com
Fri 11th Oct, 8pm The Bungalow, Melbourn, SG8 6DG An excellent showcase of Royston Folk CLub’s talented performers, 7pm for 8pm. Featuring Martin Kaszak and Fara Afifi, David Wilson, Steve Logan, Rosanne Moss, Alan Dawson, Rashed Tickets cost £4, or £2 for under 25s. For more details, visit www.roystonfolk.org
A10 Bouncy Castles Soft Play Session
Friends of Therfield Heath Litter Picking
Tue 8th Oct, 9.15am-11.15am Coombes Community Centre, Burns Rd, Royston SG8 5PT Bouncy Castles hosts soft play sessions on Oct 8th, Nov 5th, Dec 3rd. £5 per child or £13 for a family ticket for 3. Children under 6 months go free with a paying child. Snacks, tea and coffee are available to purchase. Come along on the day or call Nessa on 07732 133007.
The Debate on Relationships Thu 10th Oct, 7.30pm Royston Methodist Church, Queens Rd, Royston SG8 7AU Rev Charity Nzegwu will talk about the debate on Relationships and Marriage from the Methodist Conference in June 2019, within the context of “God in Love Unites Us”, all are welcome! Visit www.royston-methodist.org.uk
Sat Oct 12th, morning and afternoon Therfield Heath, Royston SG8 9NU Litter picking in the morning and afternoon. All equipment is provided, for more information, visit www. friendsoftherfieldheath.org.uk
Foxton Scarecrow Festival
Sat 12th Oct, 12-5pm St Laurence’s Church, High St, Foxton, Cambridge CB22 6RP Wander from one scarecrow to another, including a special children’s quiz: ‘Where’s Wally?’ Refreshments available. For more details FB: www.facebook.com/ Foxton-Scarecrow-Festival
Sat 12th Oct, 12-2pm Litlington Village Hall, Abbotts Cl, Litlington, Royston SG8 0QQ Litlington pre-school are running their popular fundraiser There will be bargains to be had, a raffle, bacon butties and other refreshments. For further details call 07984 935193
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Deadline for October What’s On: 10th October
Marvel Ozobots and Storytime Session
Sat 12th Oct, 2-3.30pm Royston Library Royston SG8 9JN Learn how to programme the mini marvel robots to carry out various actions, followed by a Marvel themed storytime and the opportunity to try out an Augmented Reality. For more information, visit bit.ly/roystonlibrary
Wed 16th Oct, 10.30am-12pm Margaret House, Royston SG8 8JS Come and use the Tovertafel magic table—a series of light and motion activated games for people with dementia, which motivate the mind and inspire those living with dementia to be active. Mornings are running on 18th Sep, 16th Oct and 20th Nov. 01763 848272
Royston Parish Church Harvest Supper
Café Sci Cambridge: The Ethics of Medical Data Sharing
Sat 12th Oct, 6.30pm The Bowls Club, Royston SG8 5BX A harvest supper with profits going to B.R.A.V.E. Trust. Family tickets £13. Adults £5.50. Concessions and children £5. For more information, visit www.roystonbowlingclub.co.uk
Auditions for Babes in the Wood Panto
Sunday 13th October, 2.30-4.30pm Ashwell Village Hall, Ashwell, SG7 5PJ Audition for Ashwell Theatre’s January production. For more information, visit www.ashwelltheatre.co.uk
Orwell Antiques & Vintage Fair
Sun 13th Oct, 10am-4pm Orwell Village Hall, Orwell, SG8 5QN Come and browse an array of antiques and vintage stalls, with tea and cake available. Entry costs £1, for more information contact Karen@ruralmagpie. co.uk or visit www.ruralmagpie.co.uk
Rotary Club of Royston’s Swimathon 2019
Sun 13th Oct, 6-10pm Royston Leisure Centre, Royston SG8 7XT An opportunity to donate 50% of the sponsorship money raised towards your own chosen charity or special project. Half of the remaining money raised will be donated to The Royston Parish Church Refurbishment Fund. For more information, visit www.roystonrotary. com/swimathon.htm or contact Howard Peacock on 07711 471470
Cambridge Festival of Ideas
14th-27th October Throughout Cambridge Offering hundreds of debates, exhibitions, performances and workshops on topics ranging from climate change to music. For more information, visit www.festivalofideas.cam.ac.uk
Rotary Club Memory Café
Mon 14th Oct, 10am-12pm Royston Town Hall, Royston SG8 7DA The Rotary Club of Royston’s Memory Café will again be welcoming people with memory issues and their carers at the Town Hall (in Room 11) while the Old Barn is being redecorated. www.roystonrotary.com
The Sopwith Aviation Company and its Aircraft
Tue 15th Oct, 7pm Barkway Village Hall, Cambridge Rd, Barkway, Royston SG8 8BS Nuthampstead Airfield Museum presents The Sopwith Aviation Company and its Aircraft (1912-1920), a talk by David Hassard-Project Leader of The Kingston Aviation Centenary Project. 7pm for 7.30pm prompt start. £7.50 suggested donation which includes light snacks. www.nuthampsteadairfieldmuseum.com
Tue 15th – Sat 19th Oct, 7.45pm Woodside Hall, Walsworth Rd, Hitchin SG4 9SP Hitchin Thespians present ‘Anything Goes’ with music and lyrics by Cole Porter. Tickets are available by calling the box office on 01462 641575 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information or to see details of past shows visit www.hitchinthespians.org.uk.
Wed 16th Oct, 7-8.30pm East Rd, Cambridge CB1 1BG Join Richard Milne from Wellcome Genome Campus Socirty and Ethics Research as he discusses his research which examines social and ethical questions associated with biomedical science and technology. This is a free, non-ticketed event. Please arrive for 6.45pm. www.cafescicambridge.org
Thu 17th Oct, 1-2pm The Old Bull Inn, Royston SG8 9AW Join Jude Simpson and Alison Bruce, author of eight crime novels, for a talk and buffet lunch. Tickets £15, visit www.hsrsc.org.uk or call 01763 262262
Macmillan Coffee Morning
Fri 18th Oct, 10am-12pm Banyers House,Royston, SG8 7BZ A coffee morning raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support. £3 gets a slice of cake and The Banyers are donating tea/coffee, there will also be a raffle to raise more money!
Pumpkin Carving at Wimpole Farm Sat 19th – Thu 31st Oct, 11-4.15pm Wimpole Farm Arrington, SG8 0BW Enjoy some autumnal fun for all the family with pumpkin farming at Wimpole Farm this October. Running from 19th October to November 3rd. For full details on times and prices, visit www.bit.ly/wimpolefarm
Sat 19th Oct, 7.30pm Great Chishall Village Hall, SG8 8SH Live music from the Cambridge University Ceilidh Band. Tickets cost £18 including supper. For more information call Karen Marriott on 07966 204582 or Theresa Mudie on 07714 190887
Royston Town Twinning Quiz Night
Sat 19th Oct, 7.30pm Market Hill Rooms, Priory Ln, Royston SG8 9DW £7.50 pp to include nibbles. Bring your own drinks. Teams of eight. Email social@ roystontowntwinning.org to reserve your tickets, the event is expected to sell out so early booking is recommended.
Cambridge Drawing Society Autumn exhibition
Sun 20th – Thu 24th Oct, 10am-4pm Leys School, Cambridge CB2 7AD Cambridge Drawing Society’s Autumn exhibition promises an array of great artwork. Free admission. www.cambridgedrawingsociety.org
Sun 20th Oct, 3.30-5.30pm Royston Methodist Church, Queens Rd, Royston SG8 7AU Lots of Harvest-time creative crafts, science experiments, a short celebration service and a meal shared together, at Royston Methodist Church, Queen’s Road. Adults and accompanied children of all ages are welcome. www.royston-methodist.org.uk
Early Christmas Fair
Tue 22nd Oct, 10am-3pm Fanhams Hall, Ware SG12 7PZ A jolly early Christmas fair in a stunning venue. Tickets £5 on the door, or £4 after 1pm or online at www.redcross.org.uk/ HertsChristmasFair
Home-Start Annual Meeting
Tue 22nd Oct, 8-9pm Melbourn Community Hub, SG8 6DZ Join Home-Start for the perfect opportunity to hear about the difference they are making to families in the local community. Refreshments will be served prior to the meeting from 7.30pm. For more details viait: www.hsrsc.org.uk or call 01763 262262
Royston Museum Crafts
Wed 23rd Oct, 10.30am-12pm, 2-3.30pm Wed 30th Oct, 10.30am-12pm, 2-3.30pm King St, Royston SG8 5AL Lots of crafty half term fun for kids aged 3 and up, costs £3. Weds 23rd and Weds 30th October 10.30am-12pm AND 2-3.30pm. For more details visit www.roystonmuseum.org.uk/
TALK-My microbiome & me
Wed 23rd Oct, 7-8.30pm Wellcome Genome Campus Conference Centre, Hinxton, Saffron Walden CB10 1RQ Join geneticist and author Professor Tim Spector to explore how the bugs that live in (and on) us can impact our lives. Recommended for ages 14+, advanced booking essential. Info and tickets: www.bit.ly/microbiome-and-me
“Growing in Cuba”- a Talk by Mike Day Wed 23rd Oct, 7.15pm Coombes Community Centre, Burns Rd, Royston SG8 5PT Greenfingers Garden Club host a talk by Mike Day: “Growing in Cuba”. Visitors are welcome, for more detiails call 01763 244424
Orwell Film Club
Thu 24th Oct, 7pm Orwell Village Hall, High St, Orwell, Royston SG8 5QN The Film starts at 7:30pm and entrance is £3 per visit or £6 per year. Any enquires ring 01223 208536
Mission Aviation Fellowship with David Freeman Thu 24th Oct, 7.30pm Methodist Church, Royston SG8 7AU For over 70 years, MAF has been flying light aircraft over jungles, mountains, swamps and deserts to enable over 2,000 aid, development and mission organisations to bring relief and aid development to thousands of communities. For more information, visit www.royston-methodist.org.uk/
Royston Folk Club Concert Fri 25th Oct, 8pm The Old Bull Inn, Royston SG8 9AW The Smith and Brewer Band host a fun concert, 7pm for 8pm. Tickets cost £15 for adults (£13 in advance) or £2 for under 25s. www.roystonfolk.org
Sat 26th Oct, 10am-4pm Hinxworth Village Hall, SG7 5HL A wonderful display and sale of many original paintings from Hinxworth Art Society.
Royston’s Got Talent
Sat 26th Oct King James Academy, SG8 7JH Live Heat under 16s: 10-2pm Live Heat over 16s: 2-7pm Live Final: 7pm
Melbourn Ghost Walk
Sat 26th Oct, 5-10pm Melbourn Community Hub, SG8 6DZ Join Melbourn Amateur Dramatics Society for a spooky evening! Tickets available from Melbourn Hub or call 07513 457 845. £10 each and includes supper.
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Leisure Quiz Night
Sat 26th Oct, 7pm Fowlmere Village Hall, Royston SG8 7RY A quiz night fundraising for Home-Start Royston. £13.50 per person, to include your ploughman’s supper Tickets available from: Tel: 01763 262262 email: email@example.com www.hsrsc.org.uk
Junior Heroes Holiday Club
Mon 28th Oct – Fri 1st Nov, 9.4512.30pm Methodist Church, Royston SG8 7AU Come along to Junior Heroes Holiday Club, for games, crafts, stories and songs, ideal for children ages 4-11! Free admission, for more information contact Richard Elcock on 01763 208381 or Gill Grainger on 01763 242682
Sartorius Stedim Biotech Recruitment Open Day
Tue 29th Oct, 4-8pm Sartorius Stedim TAP, Royston SG8 5WY Come and visit the Sartorius site to find out about the exciting permanent and temporary opportunities available. To book your place at the Open Day, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.sartorius-stedim-tap.com
A brief history of Handley Page and Radlett Aerodrome
Tue 29th Oct, 7pm Barkway Village Hall, Barkway, SG8 8BS Nuthampstead Airfield Museum presents A brief history of Handley Page and Radlett Aerodrome, a return presentation by Chris Scivyer-The Handley Page Historian. 7pm for 7.30pm prompt start. £7.50 suggested donation which includes light snacks. For more information, visit www.nuthampsteadairfieldmuseum.com
“Conserving the World’s Swallowtails” with Jonathan Baynes
Tue 29th Oct, 7.30pm Royston Town Hall, Royston, SG8 7DA A talk about the conservation of the world’s swallowtails by Jonathan Baynes from the Cambridgeshire Beekeepers Association
Spooky Forest Mobile
Wed 30th Oct, 10.30-12.30pm, 1.303.30pm Saffron Waldon Museum, CB10 1BN Drop-in activity, each session lasts 30 minutes. £1.50 per child, standard admission charges also apply. For more details call 01799 510333 or email email@example.com
TALK-Rewriting Human Evolution
Wed 30th Oct, 7-8.30pm Wellcome Genome Campus Conference Centre, Hinxton, CB10 1RQ Understanding genes, ancestry and family trees: how do we talk about the history of our species, our ancestors, our families and our DNA? Join Adam Rutherford (BBC Radio 4 Inside Science) as he probes this subject with his panel of guests. Recommended for ages 14+, advanced booking essential info and tickets: bit.ly/rewriting-human-evol
Ghost in a Jar
Thu 31st Oct, 10.30-12.30pm, 1.303.30pm Saffron Walden Museum, CB10 1BN Drop-in activity, each session lasts 30 minutes. £1.50 per child, standard admission charges also apply. Call 01799 510333 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thu 31st Oct, 5.30-7pm Coombes Community Centre, Burns Rd, Royston SG8 5PT A fun party for ages 4 to 11 (and their families); games, craft, disco, food. “No Tricks but lots of Treats!” All free of charge. Organised by Churches Together in Royston & District. Email: email@example.com
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My Local Life lee jauncey
Lee Martin Jauncey is founder of LMJ Plumbing, a heating and plumbing business based in Litlington, where he has lived for the past nine years. The Listing caught up with Lee to ask him some questions and find out more about the person behind the business. Tell us about your work. I worked with my father for many years as part of his building and plumbing business, and when he decided to retire I went on my own and formed LMJ Plumbing. What do you love about your work? I enjoy my job as I get to meet people from all walks of life. What’s your favourite local place to eat? When going out to eat we like to visit Yuva as you can always rely on the food being good. We also like to visit country pubs that have a nice garden when the weather is good. What is your favourite way to spend a Saturday? At the weekends my favourite pastime is to take our caravan and visit different places in the South East. What are you looking forward to most this month? One good thing about October is that I should be able to put the mower away for the winter as I have spent a lot of my time mowing paddocks for our ponies (although I am not looking forward to the winter mud!)
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I can’t thank them enough for all their hard work. Over the past two years they have raised an amazing £46,700 for a replacement Emergency Response Vehicle which has just been ordered. We have trained Emergency Response volunteers on call 24/7 365 days a year ready to respond to any emergencies. These could be house fires, floods, accidents etc.“We shall never forget the comfort of being taken into your van for tea and reassurance after having stood out in the cold watching our home burn down” one person said. The vehicle is equipped with clean clothes, food, even pet food and soft toys for children. Guidance and advice is provided for what the next steps are. This year the Committee are raising funds for Pop Up spokes. A new service that will enable the public to access mobility aids, such as wheelchairs, more easily. These will appear in supermarkets.
What has been the most valuable life lesson that you have learnt? The most valuable life lesson I have learnt is “Happy wife, easy life!” How do you relax? To unwind at the end of the week I look forward to sitting in my garden with a nice bottle of red wine. What inspirational quote sums you up? I like to think honesty is the best policy.
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Come along to our Early Christmas Fair and show your support. There are over 30 stalls selling quality goods. In addition, we will have an Emergency Response Vehicle for you to view for yourselves. Tuesday 22nd October at 10-3pm, Fanhams Hall, Ware, SG12 7PZ. Tickets are £5 on the door or £3.50 after 1pm or pre-booked online at www.redcross.org.uk/HertsChristmasFair.
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What is your proudest moment? One of my proudest moments was when my granddaughter was born and she’s a joy.
The British Red Cross Hertfordshire have a fabulous committee of volunteers who run several events throughout the year raising funds to support local services.
What is your favourite film? My favourite film at the moment is Bohemian Rhapsody as I am a life long fan of Freddie Mercury and Queen and it was good to see how they began. But give me a good Bond movie any day.
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News from the conservators Conservation Work
During September, the Conservators met on the Heath to plan our winter work. Problems with dogs and vandalism at the eastern end of the site has made grazing very difficult. As a result, scrub and saplings are encroaching. Some areas will be cut over the winter - it may appear dramatic at first, but if this work is not done the scrub will encroach on the open grassland and the species for which the site is recognised will slowly be lost.
With autumn comes the likelihood that some paths will become muddy and slippery. Please try and avoid damage and erosion to the site by making use of alternative routes.
In some areas, work has to be done by hand. It is slow and laborious but tools like the Tree Popper really help. At the moment, we only have one. These effective bits of kit cost £300 each and will allow us, with the help of our volunteers, to lift single stem bushes without much ground disturbance and to remove them without using chemicals. We will be meeting The Friends of Therfield Heath to ask for help to purchase three Tree Poppers to facilitate the maintenance of the site going forwards.
Please be aware that the 2m height limit height barriers have been reinstated in the main car park. We are looking into other solutions for the longer-term. Cycling
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Pumpkin Carving at Wimpole Farm. Various times, 19th October to November 3rd. For full details on times and prices, visit www.bit.ly/ wimpolefarm Melbourn Ghost Walk Saturday 26th October, from 5-10pm, Tickets inc. supper £10 from Melbourn Community Hub, 30 High Street, Melbourn, SG8 6DZ or call 07513 457845
Ghost In A Jar Children’s drop in activity, Each session lasts 30 minutes. Tickets are £1.50 per child, £2.50 for accompanying adults. 30 minute sessions, £1.50 per child, £2.50 for adults. Thursday 31st October, 10.30-12.30pm and 1.303.30pm at Saffron Walden Museum, CB10 1BN, museum@uttlesford. gov.uk
Spooky Forest Mobile Children’s drop in activity. 30 minute sessions, £1.50 per child, £2.50 for adults. Wednesday 30th October, 10.30-12.30pm and 1.303.30pm at Saffron Walden Museum, CB10 1BN
Halloween Ghost Walk Tickets cost £6.00 each and are available from Royston Library. Wednesday 30th October 7.30pm. Meet at Royston Railway Station, SG8 5AH
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4000 Years Ago In Royston
E T R IV IF Y IS LYE CE E G RVE IS F RE RE SU H TH F A A HEN WIT W KED O
This coming season started on September 15th and the juniors will be playing against Hockey was first played on other clubs at all age groups to Therfield Heath in 1957 and Bronze is a metal made keep the momentum going as although Royston Hockey club using tin and copper. People Take a walk we continue our focus on youth currently play home games in development. around in Eastern Europe started Cambridge we have moved our Therfield It was only in 2014 after the 2012 clubhouse base to Royston Golf making bronze about Heath and Olympic success that as a club club and continue to thrive with 5000 years ago and they again, we decided to expand and focus five senior teams. Three Men’s shared their knowledge and you’re following in the footsteps on Junior Development yet we still and two Ladies teams play technology for this as they of these people. And the look to recruit new players from competitive Hockey in the East both senior and junior levels. We Leagues. The big plan is still to travelled across Europe and to importance of the Heath is build or play on a suitable Astroturf started discussions with parents realised when you take a closer the UK. As a general guide, and helpers to run a separate surface in Royston. look at the lumps and bumps. this time period is called the junior committee and it is now a This was used as a burial site After the huge fright in 2012 self financed club within Royston (you’ve guessed it) Bronze and excavations in the 1800s when the MOD announced the TRADE ONLY Age. uncovered Bronze Age artefacts. closure of Bassingbourn Barracks Hockey Club and is a credit to the managing team. ABINfrom E Today, the view the Heath the senior teams have played SC During the Bronze Age, groups is amazing Nand so it most likely We have a great team behind at St. Edmund’s College near of people started to settle the scenes who work tirelessly Puckeridge, St. Ernulf School in was 4000 yearsAR ago. A final E down in one place to farm to keep us going and moving St. Neots some 19 miles away G Yon the Heath could resting place UARAN the land instead of hunting forward. They know who they are and, for the last four years, St. have been really important to a and gathering. As the idea of and I thank them, it makes my life Catherine’s College, Cambridge. lot of people. farming spread, there was less easy due to their commitment. Maybe there is another Saint out www.roystonmuseum.org.uk need for people to move great there who can help us build in Junior Hockey currently runs on Royston! distances in order to follow their Sundays at the times below: food. With a thriving and growing junior 10-11am - U8s (Year 2/3) and U10 section of 150, and over 75 adult Girls (Year 4/5) 11-12noon - U10 How often have you players coupled with active Vice Boys (Year 4/5) and U12s (Year walked along Baldock Presidents and Supporters we 6/7) 12noon - 1.00pm U14s (Year Road and Melbourn have nearly 300 members. We 8/9) and U16s (Year 10/11) Street? This is part of an now need more space for our ancient route called the junior section who train over three For information about Royston Icknield Way and it’s highly Hockey Club, contact Colin Smith sessions on Sunday mornings at likely that Bronze Age on 07803 854923 or email: Meridian School and our coach Why Choose Howdens Royston? people walked this route. has done a fantastic job keeping firstname.lastname@example.org or visit ü Over 70 Kitchens from stock, to choose from. them motivated and involved. www.roystonhockey.co.uk
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Looking After you Don’t forget to Breathe… This can seem like a silly statement at first, of course you wouldn’t forget. It’s one of the main components of being alive, right? But really and truly how often do you breathe properly? In yoga classes we really focus on feeling that connection to your inhalations and exhalations, however, you don’t need to be on a yoga mat to enhance your breathing practice. I say practice because at first when you begin to truly feel your breath it can feel awkward and unnatural but controlling your breath patterns can give you unlimiting benefits. Boosting your energy, relieving symptoms or stress, tension and anxiety, enhanced immunity giving us clearer and calmer thinking are all but a few powerful reasons to give this simple task a try. Here are a couple of breathing techniques to help you begin. Box Breathing: Sit comfortably and gently close your eyes. Allow your breath to firstly be natural and once settled begin to draw a box within your mind. As you draw the left side of the box you inhale. To draw the top of the box you hold the breath. Right side of the box to exhale. And hold at the bottom
of the box. This will begin to calm your nervous system and reduce signs of stress. Continue the drawing of the box several times until you are ready to return to natural breathing. Counting Breath: This is simply counting whilst breathing. Begin counting to 4 as you inhale and the count also to 4 as you exhale you can begin to lengthen the count to 5 or 6 as your practice deepens, allowing your full breath to fill your lungs as you inhale and empty all the breath out as your exhale. If you wish to bring in a holding of the breath after the inhale for the same count this will help deepen your practice and improve the benefits.
Meet our brand new Consultant Jacquie at the relaunch 24th October
So, the next time you need a little chill or find yourself gritting your teeth, take a few very easy moments to connect to your body and breath. As without it nothing else really matters.
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A new Consultant who transformed her health at 50 is re-launching the Slimming World Group at King James Academy, Royston. Jacquie lost over two stone just 18 weeks after joining, and is now using her success to shape a whole new career helping other people change their lives and achieve their weight loss dreams. Jacquie says: “I’ve been on a diet most of my life and have tried them all. Fifty was a turning
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Thank you to all our patients for their support over the years. Our mission
As your local independent practice, J. Oliver Radley Opticians strives to provide an excellent service thatâ€™s tailored to your individual optical needs. We welcome both private and NHS patients, whatever your visual requirements for fashion, sports, style, UV protection and budget may be.
Open Tuesday to Saturday: 8:00am to 6:30pm T: 01763 273300
J. Oliver Radley Opticians 36 High Street, Buntingford, SG9 9AQ
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Wellbeing Walking Netball AShwell Book Weekend Join us for a slowed down version of netball designed for anyone looking A great selection of fiction and non-fiction books to browse and buy for to exercise in a relaxed, supportive and friendly environment. Sessions run every Thursday 1-2pm, at Royston Leisure Centre, costing £6. Call Lucy on 07834 500189 or email@example.com
Royston Hypnotherapy Get back in control of your life...
Also in Mayfair
Contact me today to find out how I can help you Pat Duckworth: 01763 853 867 firstname.lastname@example.org www.roystonhypnotherapy.co.uk
New Smile, New You! Tooth Whitening This month’s special offers Porcelain Veneers
Crowns & Bridges Wrinkle reduction Home tooth White Fillings treatments & whitening kit £195 Dental Implants chemical peels (includes tooth whitening gel) Smile Makeovers High quality dentures Spread the cost with interest free monthly payments (up to 4 years) Hygiene treatments
Virginia Partridge MCFHP, MAFHP Long nails * Problem nails * Fungal infections Hard skin * Corns and Callus * Painful verrucae
Principal Dentist: Shikha Mittal BDS (Hons), MFDS RCS Edin, PG CertImp UCL
29-31 High St, (First Floor) Royston SG8 9AA
Tel: 07791 736 616
01763 244805 email@example.com www.roystondentalsuite.co.uk
Body Control and Pilates Institute Teacher CLASSES BEGINNING IN OCTOBER
Monday Level 2 10.30am Level 2/3 7pm & 8pm Tuesday Level 2 9.25am & 10.30am Level 1 6.30pm Level 2/3 7.15pm Level 3 8.15pm
children and adults, with local children’s author, Angela Patchett, reading from her books from 10.30-12pm & 2-3.30pm. Sat 5th Oct, 10-5pm & Sun 6th Oct, 2-5pm, St Mary’s Church, Ashwell. Entrance £1, children under 16
Wednesday Level 3 9.30am Level 1 10.45am Level 2/3 6pm & 7pm Classes taught Level 1 8.05pm by Cathryn Thursday Jaffray in well Level 2/3 9.30am appointed Level 1 10.45am Saturday studios in Level 3 9am Royston Level 2 10.15am
For more info please call Cathryn 01763 249750/07967 740652 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.pilatesinroyston.co.uk
Richard Lowden BSc, DipPT Personal Training & Sports Massage 07980 910 989 @richard_lowden
Richard’s Monthly Tip Behind the neck lat pull downs are a thing of the past. They are less efficient at stimulating the back muscles, carry a big risk of shoulder impingement injuries and give you a terrible posture. They are a BIG NO-NO. If you’ve been doing them for years with no problem: Don’t push your luck!
Osteopathy | Acupuncture | Podiatry | Sports Massage | Pilates | Yoga | Meditation | Reflexology | Baby Massage | Hypnotherapy | Baby Yoga | Hypnobirthing | Herbalism | Reiki | Nutritional Therapy | Aromatherapy | Tai Chi | Counselling
For our class timetable visit our website www.rchc.co.uk
Contact us today to book a treatment or class on 01763 247440
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CALL NOW 01763 226178
Services We Provide: VAT Bookkeeping Personal Tax Returns & Tax Planning
Which Time Waster Are You? Which time waster are you? I’ve talked about procrastination before; putting things off until later. It’s one of the deadly sins of time management. Many people don’t realise they do it, so here are 10 different procrastinators – how many do you recognise? 1. The Cleaner: ‘Before I start, I’ll put on some laundry and then I might tidy my desk so I have room to work…’
8. The Gamer: ‘I’ll start after I take care of some things in my town and, ooh, I wonder if I can get that loot box?’
2. The List Maker: ‘Right! To work! First things first, write another list..!’
9. The Viewer: ‘I’m clearly thinking about that programme I missed last night, so I’ll just watch it now on catch-up and then I’ll start work.’
3. The Napper: ‘Just 5 more minutes… Zzzzz…’
Company Tax Returns
10. The Perpetuator: I was going to start 30 minutes ago, but now it’s getting a little late… So best if I start tomorrow when I am more refreshed.’
4. The Sidetracker: ‘I know I need to finish that thing that is due tomorrow, but I’ve just had a great idea for the other thing that is due next month…’
Company Accounts Preparation
Sole Trader and Partnerships Company Secretarial Services including use of registered office facility
Do any of those ring a bell with you? If in doubt – just do it!
5. The Sharer: ‘[Posts] “Here’s a picture of me about to start work!” *smiley face*’
CONTACT US 1 Market Hill, Royston, SG8 9JL Tel: 01763 226178, Fax: 01763 257320 Email: email@example.com Website: www.taxassist.co.uk/Royston
7. The Snacker: ‘Brain work uses energy too – maybe I should have a snack before I start… And maybe a coffee… Anyone want to come for a coffee with me?’
6. The Researcher: ‘I love researching... OMG that video is sooo funny – I wonder if there are more on YouTube?’
(Is it shameful to admit that I’m sitting here typing this, and so not doing something I don’t want to do?) firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact us today: 01223 789941 info@CoulmanScott.co.uk
Get your tax return done before Santa arrives and enjoy the holidays OFFER OF THE MONTH!
10% off tax returns quoting #thelistingoct
Retirement can seem like a distant dream. However the sooner you begin to save for retirement the better.
Contact Gary Cretton (based in Litlington) to discuss your planning needs: Pensions | Investments | Life Assurance | Tax Planning E: email@example.com | M: 07703 692 773 PAST PERFORMANCE IS NOT NECESSARILY A GUIDE TO FUTURE PERFORMANCE. THE VALUE OF INVESTMENTS AND THE INCOME FROM THEM CAN FALL AS WELL AS WELL AS RISE AND YOU MAY NOT GET BACK THE AMOUNT ORIGINALLY INVESTED. KDW is a trading style of K D Wright Financial Services Ltd which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Registration No: 509886.
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Heidi Allen MP 01954 212 707 Member of Parliament for South Cambridgeshire Sir Oliver Heald QC MP 01462 486074 Member of Parliament for North East Hertfordshire
Ashwell Dental Melbourn Dental Practice Priory Dental Centre Royston Dental Suite
01462 742353 01763 262034 01763 246677 01763 244805
J. Oliver Radley
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Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning Herts Essex & Cambs Cleaning
Do Your Carpets or Upholstery Need Cleaning? Painter and Decorator Domestic and Commercial Interior and Exterior Telephone 01763 222978 Mobile 07815 816187 firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a local cleaning company maintaining a high standard of service and a friendly manner. We Will Professionally Clean Your Carpets And Upholstery. We Offer Stain Removal, Protectors And A Full Cleaning Service. Please Call For A Free Quote or Advice. All Types Domestic & Commercial Work Undertaken.
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ROYSTON TOWN CENTRE
01763 245484 01763 878242
Markets Town Manager Geraint Burnell
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National Rail Enquiries 24-hours Royston & District Community Transport
03453 572 407 0345 791 9155
Affinity Water Emergencies (24 hrs) Anglian Water Emergencies (Water supplies and sewerage) Electricity mergency (National Grid) Gas Emergencies (National Grid)
0800 40 40 90 0800 111 999
Royston Veterinary Centre Village Vets – Royston & Meldreth Melbourn Veterinary Surgery
01763 242221 01763 245059 01763 262696
Household Waste Recycling Centre off York Way, Royston SG8 5HF All year M T W S S, 8am - 4pm Household Waste Recycling Centre Thriplow, Cambs SG8 7HZ All year daily 8am - 4pm North Herts South Cambs
0300 123 4051
01223 839001 0800 328 6023 0345 045 0063
Repairs & Maintenance around the Home & Garden
Royston’s No1 07944 912198
Carpentry • Doors • Locks • DIY • Flat-Packs • Shelving • Flooring • Painting & Decorating • Wall & Floor Tiling • Odd Jobs • Shed Re-Felting • Pressure Washing • Fence Spraying • Gutters Cleared • • Free Friendly Advice & Quotes Given • No Job Too Small Fully Insured • City & Guilds Qualified • CRB Checked
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Loving Local Living Index of Advertisers Accounting Services
Spires House Clearance
Coulman Scott Accountants 28 Fourways Chartered Accountants 28 Tax Assist 28
Aerial & Satellite Services
H C Jewellers & Gold Buyers
Hadham Brewery Ltd
C P Building Services
Davey’s Butchers Knibbs Meatsafe Kelly’s Cake Kitchen
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Kitchen & Bathroom Fitters P W H Installations Trademark Kitchens
5 6 29
Computer Services The PC Doctor
Dance & Drama Schools Madden Theatre Arts
3 17 13
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Royston Dental Suite Ashwell Dental
Education / Schools
Fremans College Icknield Walk First School Kip McGrath Royston Melbourn Village College St Mary’s School Therfield First School
Grahams Electricks JHE Electrical Contractors Ltd
Bury Lane Farm Shop
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KD Wright Financial Services Ltd 28
Body Balance Gymbo’s Premier Pilates
27 25 27
HL Ground & Garden Maintenance 21 Leaf & Lawn 29
Health Therapist & Wellbeing
Feet 2 Feet 27 Royston Complementary Health 27 Royston Hypnotherapy 27
John Cobb & Sons North Herts Surfacing Ltd
Icknield Walk School - Fireworks 9 Royston Pirate Trail 16 Junior Heroes Holiday Club (Royston Methodist Church) 17
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Pest Controllers Pest Right Ltd
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We offer a FREE initial appointment to discuss your circumstances, offering advice on Wills including ring-fencing your home from care and guidance regarding Inheritance Tax Nil Rate Bands.
Saturday morning appointments available on the following dates:* 12th and 26th OCTOBER 2019
HOME VISITS are available at NO EXTRA CHARGE within a 20-mile Radius of Royston.
FREE WILL SERVICE for the over 55’s through the Cancer Research Free Will Scheme.
Wills | Probate | Lasting Powers of Attorney | Conveyancing | Commercial Property
For more information please contact:Fish Hill Chambers, 2-3 Fish Hill, Royston, Herts. SG8 9JY Tel: 01763 241 121 firstname.lastname@example.org *Home visit appointments are subject to availability. Saturdays by appointment only
ADDING WARMTH &
VALUE TO YOUR HOME A fireplace is at the very heart of a room. It radiates a warmth, comfort and style that is unparalleled and creates an inviting and homely ambience. At Ivett & Reed we specialise in creating the kind of distinctive fireplaces which add style, warmth and value to your home. We have an extensive range of fireplaces designed to suit any room and style – from the most contemporary to the most traditional. All our fireplaces are custom made by our highly skilled craftsmen using only the finest quality materials sourced from all over the world. Take a look at our extensive showroom or our comprehensive website to see our wide range of fireplaces and associated fixtures and fittings.
615 NEWMARKET RD, CAMBRIDGE CB5 8PA Tel: 01223 213500
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Royston Self Storage
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Windows, Conservatories & Glazing Services
Chanting Stork Yoga Jane Edwards Trulight Windows
Your local experts specialising in tarmac driveways, footpaths, car parks, access roads, hard standings, potholes, road planing, block paving and kerb works. All enquiries, domestic or commercial, welcome. No job too small.
Call us today on 01763 246055 / 07967 472 378
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To celebrate the life of someone special, you want the very best. Ivett & Reed has been producing headstones, cremation and commemorative plaques for East Anglian parishes since 1896, delivering service with sensitivity.
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Electrical Installation & Repair
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Get the smile you always wanted...
Choose from our vast range of braces and clear invisible aligners. Contact us today. Letchworth
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