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Monthly Archives: January 2012

Autism-friendly pantomime

The organisers of this year’s Royston pantomime say it will be autism-friendly. The drama group Cads, which will be putting on Knight Fever at Meridian School on January 20, 21, 27 and 28, has made special plans to make the pantomime experience more enjoyable for any audience members who have autism.

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New Plans for 22 homes

A planning application submitted to council bosses could see vulnerable families benefit from an extra 22 new homes in Meldreth near Royston. The plan, which was submitted by Jephson Homes Housing Association, would see 22 affordable houses and bungalows, including two, three and four-bedroom homes, built in Whitecroft Road.

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Tigers given meaty present

There was a lovely surprise for a pair of tigers at Shepreth Wildlife Park near Royston when Santa visited them with the gift of 75kg of meat. The tigers, Amber and Rana, who are both 13, certainly did not miss out at Christmas.  They had to wrestle their way into some brightly gift-wrapped presents which were placed around their enclosure on Christmas Eve by their keeper elves.

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