Displayed here, in reverese chronological order (latest first), are expired Local News items that were entered by website members form St. Ives in Cambridgeshire more than a month ago.
Last night we were pleased to complete the re-build of our Godmanchester Town website. The site is now more tablet and touch screen friendly and has been converted to the HTML5 standard.
We have also added our group Twitter @HuntsWeb which replaces the old 'Site News'. If you are a site member and you tweet to @HuntsWeb we'll re-tweet it to everyone else.
This upgrade work continues on all our other websites.
We welcome Huntingdon Drama Club as new members of the Huntingdonshire websites. We look forward to working with them to add further information about the Huntingdon Drama Club over the coming weeks.
The club is performing Talking Heads by Alan Bennett at the Memorial Hall in Huntingdon from 17th to 19th July. See the event diary or follow the link below for more details.
CAMTAD (Campaign for Tackling Acquired Deafness) has changed it's name to Cambridgeshire Hearing Help. It's website and email addresses have changed too but their land mail postal address and telephone numbers remain unaltered.
The services that they provide through-out the county also remain unlatered.
We are pleased to announce that we are moving from White Hart Court to 17 Bridge Street, St. Ives and opening our doors there on the 26th July. We would love to see you there and help us celebrate the day. You never know there may be some 'Bubbly' left for you!
We welcome the FESt - Festival Events St Ives as new members of the Huntingdonshire websites. We look forward to working with the FESt team to add further information about FESt and forthcoming Festival Events in St Ives over the coming weeks.
We welcome the Meridian Singers Community Choir based in Bluntisham as new members of the Huntingdonshire websites. We look forward to working with them to add further information about the Meridian Singers Community Choir over the coming weeks.
Although the choir is based in Bluntisham, and rehearses in St Marys Church Hall, the choir has open arms for new members from outside the village
Calling all Old Houghton and Wytonians who were Boy Scouts, Girl Guides, Cub Scouts or Brownies in the village to attend a RE-UNION and informal lunch.
Hi everyone. We have just started to implement some design changes to the St Ives website which will enhance the site for users with the latest touch screens, tablets and smart phones. At the same time we will be ugrading our members Facebook and Twitter feeds on their pages.
We apologise in advance if there are slight hiccups whilst we are doing this but we will make every endeavour to keep interruptions to a minimum. Once we, and you!, are happy with the changes we have made we will roll them out to all our other Cambridgeshire websites.
As a matter of interest tablet and smart phone users now represent about a third of our overall users. No doubt that number will start to grow now too.
We welcome the RSPB, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, locally based in Swavesey, as new members of the Huntingdonshire websites. We look forward to working with Kate Milne, the Cambridgeshire and the Fens Area Administrator, to add further information about the RSPB and, especially, the progress being made with the creation of the Ouse Fen Nature Reserve and the special open days being held at the reserve in the near future.
We welcome Little Paxton Festival, PAXFEST, as new members of the Huntingdonshire websites and look forward to finding out what they are going to do this year.