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It's never too late to excel!

It’s never too late to excel!

Hinchingbrooke Park recently ran a painting competition which everyone, whatever their age, was invited to enter. The theme was Hinchingbrooke ...
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Garlic Hasselback Potatoes

Garlic Hasselback Potatoes

Crisp garlic deliciousness! A different way to enjoy your potatoes. Serves 2/3 5 Minutes Preparation 1.5 Hour Cooking Time I ...
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National Apprenticeship Week

National Apprenticeship Week

Helping our young people and building the country's skills base Amongst the terrible human cost of the Covid-19 crisis, the ...
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Sue Rodwell Smith goes for her COVID-19 vaccination

Sue Rodwell Smith goes for her COVID-19 vaccination

Some of our presenters including Sue Rodwell Smith have taken up the offer of the COVID-19 vaccination. We encourage all ...
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HDC involved with youth employment

HDC involved with youth employment

Huntingdonshire District Council will play a key role locally in the Government’s new Kickstart scheme. The scheme has been designed ...
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A Christmas Message from the Mayor of Huntingdon

A Christmas Message from the Mayor of Huntingdon

A Christmas message from the Mayor of Huntingdon, Cllr Karl Webb Hello Everyone, After such a devastating year, I wanted ...
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A message from HDC Leader Cllr Ryan Fuller

A message from HDC Leader Cllr Ryan Fuller

Dear Resident, I know the Government announcement at the weekend will have come as heart-breaking news for many families and ...
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Panicked about Debt?  Don't wait - get free help before Christmas

Panicked about Debt? Don’t wait – get free help before Christmas

If you're struggling with debts, and it's giving you sleepless nights, then free one-on-one debt help is available. They're there ...
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HDC launch additional restrictions grant extension scheme

HDC launch additional restrictions grant extension scheme

DISTRICT COUNCIL LAUNCHES ADDITIONAL RESTRICTIONS GRANT EXTENSION  SCHEME FOR HUNTINGDONSHIRE BUSINESSES From 10am Wednesday 16 December 2020, applications will be open ...
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Local restriction tiers: what you need to know

Local restriction tiers: what you need to know

Why the government is introducing tiers It is right to apply tighter restrictions where prevalence is highest. In September and ...
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Update on the Shoe Box Charity

Update on the Shoe Box Charity

One of the most well known and best loved of Christmas Charities is the “Shoe Box” charity, otherwise known as ...
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Blood Donors needed.

Blood Donors needed.

Blood and plasma donors urged to stick to appointments to help NHS as first full week of second lockdown begins ...
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Prime Minister announces new national restrictions

Prime Minister announces new national restrictions

The Prime Minister has announced tougher national restrictions in England from Thursday. With the NHS weeks from being overwhelmed, and a ...
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New business development space in Huntingdon

New business development space in Huntingdon

Huntingdonshire District Council has successfully completed a new seven-unit industrial development within the Alms Close area of Stukeley Meadows, Huntingdon ...
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A Message from the Mayor of Huntingdon

A Message from the Mayor of Huntingdon

Remembrance Sunday 8th November 2020 A Message from the Mayor of Huntingdon, Cllr Karl Webb This year, Remembrance Day is ...
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Great News - Cromwell Museum

Great News – Cromwell Museum

The Cromwell Museum receives lifeline grant from Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund The Cromwell Museum in Huntingdon has been awarded ...
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Wood Green needs your help.

Wood Green needs your help.

Wood Green, The Animals Charity is urgently appealing for volunteers to help process stock donations at its centre in Godmanchester ...
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What local Co-Vid levels mean

What local Co-Vid levels mean

Guidance Local COVID alert levels: what you need to know Information on local COVID alert levels, including what they mean, ...
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We Have A Dream

We Have A Dream

Huntingdon Methodist church is an unassuming building at Bridge end of the High Street.  Since 1878 there has been a ...
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NHS COVID-19 app has been downloaded over 10 million times

NHS COVID-19 app has been downloaded over 10 million times

1.5 million venue check-ins on Saturday with the new app receiving positive reviews Businesses embrace the new app with 460,000 ...
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Protect your loved one - get the app

Protect your loved one – get the app

NHS COVID-19 app launches across England and Wales NHS COVID-19 app launches to help control coronavirus (COVID-19) transmission. NHS COVID-19 ...
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Government clarification of Stay Safe guidelines

Government clarification of Stay Safe guidelines

Matt Hancock, the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, has verbally clarified today (10th Sept) in Parliament, some ...
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Staying Alert & Safe

Staying Alert & Safe

Government Guidance on Staying Alert & Safe issued 9th September 2020 This is national guidance that applies to England only ...
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Theatres reopen with ‘seat out to help out’

Theatres reopen with ‘seat out to help out’

Theatres and sports stadiums will be allowed to open without social distancing within weeks under plans being accelerated by ministers ...
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UK Chief Medical Officers speak about schools and childcare reopening

UK Chief Medical Officers speak about schools and childcare reopening

Statement from the UK Chief Medical Officers on schools and childcare reopening This is a consensus statement from the Chief ...
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Ask Alexa to play Huntingdon Community Radio

Ask Alexa to play Huntingdon Community Radio

According to the latest RAJAR (Q2 2020) study, of those radio listeners surveyed, 32% claim to own a smart speaker ...
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Face coverings: when to wear one

Face coverings: when to wear one

Face coverings: when to wear one and how to make your own What a face covering is In the context ...
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Let’s Look at Gardens

Let’s Look at Gardens

Every year the National Garden Scheme supports garden owners to open their gardens to the general public benefiting the NGS ...
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Hello and greetings from Finland!

Hello and greetings from Finland!

Thank you very much for your programme. It was a great pleasure to hear HCRFM on 104.0 MHz here in ...
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Let’s take a look at Charles Dickens

Let’s take a look at Charles Dickens

Unbelievably its 150 years since the death of Charles Dickens! Charles John Haffam Dickens was born in Portsmouth on 7th ...
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The Eat Out to Help Out Scheme opens on 3 August 2020.

The Eat Out to Help Out Scheme opens on 3 August 2020.

Use the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme at a participating establishment: to get a 50% discount on food or ...
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We’re open again, Hooray!

We’re open again, Hooray!

The Cromwell Museum are happy to announce that their doors have re-opened, from 11am - 4pm! Right now, they're still ...
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Oxford coronavirus vaccine: Does it work? And what happens next?

Oxford coronavirus vaccine: Does it work? And what happens next?

Oxford scientists believe they have made a breakthrough in their quest for a Covid-19 vaccine. Here's what you need to ...
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Face coverings to be mandatory in shops and supermarkets from 24 July

Face coverings to be mandatory in shops and supermarkets from 24 July

Health and Social Care Secretary, Matt Hancock addressed Parliament about plans to make face coverings mandatory in shops and supermarkets ...
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Giant posters of Godmanchester's past on display

Giant posters of Godmanchester’s past on display

Over the last month, giant historical posters depicting Godmanchester’s past have sprung up around the town. Godmanchester museum together with ...
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Government orders banks to run accessible free cash machines for all

Government orders banks to run accessible free cash machines for all

The Treasury is to require banks and building societies to provide access to free-to-use cash machines within a “reasonable distance” ...
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"Thank You NHS" Spitfire Flypast

“Thank You NHS” Spitfire Flypast

A very special ‘Thank you NHS’ Spitfire plane will fly over the region at the weekend to mark the 72nd ...
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HDC support more businesses to re-open as lockdown restrictions ease

HDC support more businesses to re-open as lockdown restrictions ease

Following the Government announcement on 23 June which set out further changes to lockdown measures in England – from Saturday ...
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400 years ago the Mayflower sailed for America

400 years ago the Mayflower sailed for America

Why is there a 17th Century ship sailing close to Huntingdon’s bus station? Huntingdon’s Town Estates Services Team have been ...
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A New Addition to Children's Bedtime Story

A New Addition to Children’s Bedtime Story

The McMinis are very, very small and live in a biscuit tin underneath a shed, a large family who generally ...
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Black Lives Matter Statement - 9th June 2020

Black Lives Matter Statement – 9th June 2020

Huntingdon Community Radio (HCR104fm) Black Lives Matter Statement 9th June 2020 The Senior Management Team at HCR104fm would like to ...
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Motivational specialist says many are finding it difficult to stay motivated during pandemic

Motivational specialist says many are finding it difficult to stay motivated during pandemic

Sarah Stones is offering free online webinars and says motivation is a key component to good mental health. A motivational ...
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How does your garden grow?

How does your garden grow?

In these times of lockdown, when our exercise periods were strictly governed, many people’s thoughts turned to sprucing up their ...
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Together we are Huntingdon Community Radio

Together we are Huntingdon Community Radio

While we have all been under the lockdown restrictions, your community radio has been busy working away in the background ...
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Local funding to support victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence during Covid-19

Local funding to support victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence during Covid-19

Additional funding to support victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence during Covid-19 ACTING Police and Crime Commissioner, Ray Bisby ...
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Government guide to COVID-19 tests and testing kits

Government guide to COVID-19 tests and testing kits

How the tests work Testing for COVID-19 can or could be done in the following, three ways: Sampling kits A ...
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More jobs for town as Aldi plans to open new store

More jobs for town as Aldi plans to open new store

Discount supermarket firm Aldi is to open its new store in St Ives at the end of the summer, creating ...
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Huntingdon Youth Superstar Award.

Huntingdon Youth Superstar Award.

Thank you to everyone who entered our first Youth Superstar Award, we are so proud of all the kind, hard ...
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We add 5 new shows to our schedule

We add 5 new shows to our schedule

With more and more people tuning into radio during this current crisis, radio continues to keep listeners informed and safe ...
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