An a cappella group with members from Royston and South Cambs are ready to round off their hugely successful year with some Christmas performances.
Festive spirit is spreading, with the Potton Christmas lights switch-on having taken place.
Tickets are still available for a Beatles tribute night tomorrow, which is raising funds to help pay for a new community centre.
A 36-year-old man from the Potton area who went missing has been found.
A horse rider who was found seriously injured on the outskirts of Potton on Friday has died, police have now confirmed.
There is delight in Potton after a developer’s appeal against a rejected plan for new homes in the town was dismissed.
Improvements to a children’s tunnel in a Potton park are now complete – but youngsters will have to wait a little longer to be able to enjoy it once again.
The number of pensioner households in Central Bedfordshire will grow by more than three-quarters within 25 years, according to official projections.
The musical director of a Potton-based all-female a cappella group has said representing the UK at an international championship will be an enormous honour and privilege, as they prepare to jet off to the United States.
The number of criminals in Bedfordshire prosecuted for knife crime, after previously being caught carrying a blade, has increased by more than half over the last three years.
Macmillan Cancer Support’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning will take place on Friday, with plenty of opportunities to get involved and raise money taking place across Central Bedfordshire.
A proposal for part of a major new railway line being built from Sandy to Shepreth has led to the formation of a new think tank which has come up with an alternative route.
An a capella group of women from Herts, Beds and Cambs are stopping off in Stevenage for a show, before flying off to the USA for an international event.
Sandy Photography Club has completed a new exhibition called 53 Faces of Potton, and is now looking for a venue.
Plans for large-scale future housing growth in parts of Central Bedfordshire have not been shelved and are set to remain in the Local Plan for the area, it has been revealed.
An emotional plea to “allow Potton to breathe” and to consider “the human cost of development” was brushed aside as plans for up to 30 homes in the town were approved.
Independent Potton councillor Adam Zerny has accused Central Bedfordshire Council of “very quietly” dropping a major building pledge as an inspector looks over its Local Plan.
Bedfordshire Police close investigations without identifying a suspect in almost nine out of 10 household burglaries and seven in 10 reported vehicle thefts, new analysis shows.
A 17-year-old boy from Potton has been charged with a raft of motoring offences after a frantic car chase from Biggleswade.
Sandy Photography Club held a stand at the Party on Potton Big Weekend, where visitors modelled for its upcoming 53 Faces of Potton exhibition.
A suspect is in custody after a frantic chase in Biggleswade and Potton yesterday that saw a hatchback twice ram a police car.
Independent Potton councillor Adam Zerny’s latest Facebook post has been dubbed “false news” and “inaccurate” by a fellow Central Bedfordshire councillor.
The Comet brings you live coverage of GCSE results day 2018 as students from across Stevenage, North Herts and Central Beds open their envelopes.
Potton’s Big Weekend will host a project for Sandy’s photograhy club, with the aim of capturing a a snapshot of the many faces of Potton.
The number of couples forming civil partnerships in Central Bedfordshire has fallen dramatically since same-sex marriage was legalised, ONS figures show.
Car thefts increased last year in Bedfordshire according to the latest police recorded crime figures, likely propelled by an increase in keyless cars.
The people of Potton will be hoping the heatwave continues as they prepare for Party on Potton’s The Big Weekend.
A large planning application for more homes near Potton has been withdrawn, much to the delight of independent councillor Adam Zerny.
Children built the three pigs’ houses, mixed porridge for the three bears and panned for gold with the seven dwarves in Shefford on national Playday.
A debt of £3 million has been run up by a firm managing Central Bedfordshire’s legal affairs.