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.
The Kushiara Tandoori in Bridge Street, St Ives, changes its name to the Spice of Asia and has become a Licenced Restaurant. We wish them Good Luck with their new venture.
We welcome Harvey Robinson Independent Estate Agents who have opened a new office in White Hart Court, St Ives, to compliment their existing offices in Huntingdon and St Neots
Over the next couple of weeks we will be moving some of our Huntingdonshire community websites onto a new, locally based, server. The sites will be moved one at a time but whilst this is in progress each site will be unavailable for use for a short period.
We apologise in advance for this interruption and assure you that we will try to keep the down time to a minimum.
Huntingdon's Mayor will open a NEW Charity Shop, the Huntingdon Together Community Charity Shop, on behalf of the Huntingdonshire Volunteeer Centre on Saturday 30th Jan at 11.30.
The shop is easy to find as it is right opposite the library, in Princes Street, just off Huntingdon's Market Place.
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Santa and all his little elves from the Rotary Club of St Ives would very much like to thank the super people of St Ives, Earith, Colne, Needingworth, Somersham, Hilton, Fenstanton, Bluntisham and no doubt lots of people from other places who gave to our Saturday collections, for the incredible total donations of £8837.13 - stunning. This is a huge amount of money, which when Gift Aid is added rises to over £10,000. This money gives us the ability to provide significant support to not just national and international charities, but also make a real difference locally. We will post details of this so everyone can see where this money goes.
Saying thanks ever so much really doesn't seem sufficient - but this is exactly how we feel - and not just for the donations but also for the good fun each round has been. So we will say it again - thank you all, ever so much - and do have a Merry Christmas and all the best for The New Year.
Unbelievable, but today at Waitrose Santa and his elves from the Rotary Club of St Ives collected a staggering £954, which is the most by a long way that we have ever collected on a single day. This is a fantastic amount, all of which will have a significant impact on both the local and national charities that we support, together with the many local good causes that benefit from your generous donations. Well done indeed St Ives - we really can't thank you enough. Great stuff.
Santa's not finished yet either. Follow the link below to see where he will be next...
Santa and all his elves from the Rotary Club of St Ives would like to thank the very generous residents of Needingworth for their tremendous donation on Friday, totalling over £590.00. All this money will go towards our charitable donations and local good causes. This is a great effort and thank you all for making Santa's visit such great fun, especially the chocolates, mulled wine and mince pies. We wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Santa and all his elves from the Rotary Club of St Ives would like to thank the very generous residents of Earith and Colne for their tremendous donation on Wednesday, totalling over £537.00. All this money will go towards our charitable donations and local good causes. This is a great effort and thank you all for making Santa's visit such great fun. We wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Don't forget the Town Centre Post Office in St Ives has relocated from one end of Market Hill to the other. The Post Office is now located within the Mace Convenience Store adjacent to W H Smith at the Bridge Street end of Market Hill