March 9 2014 Latest news:
Schoolchildren have taken part in a ‘scream-off’ as part of a series of workshops to educate them about noise pollution.
Money raised at a charity screening of The World’s End which featured a Q&A with actor Simon Pegg and director Edgar Wright have been awarded to four Letchworth GC groups this week.
A centre showcasing the history of the world’s first garden city has opened its doors to the public for the first time since being overhauled.
Lottery funding totalling more than £370,000 will pay for a project aimed at encouraging deaf children to take more control of their lives.
An organisation that promotes eco-friendly living has received a grant to buy equipment that will help people make their homes more energy efficient.
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This week the Comet has teamed up with The Cathedrals Express to offer two free pullman style dining tickets for a trip to York worth nearly £500.
Reggae punk band The Defekters is celebrating the release of their new album.
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Tranmere assistant boss John McMahon says Stevenage are a ‘massive side’ and are going to ‘intimidate teams’
CC FC book their place in Premier Cup semi-final