Lottery boost for village hall (1999-10-07)
VILLAGERS at Castle Camps can wave goodbye to the old Nissen hut which has served as their village hall for 30 years, after receiving a massive £194,800 Lottery grant for a new one.
Brothers' success with strings attatched (1999-10-07)
TWO brothers from Clare are celebrating seeing guitars made at their premises being played on Top of the Pops.
First nightclub is set to open (1999-10-07)
HAVERHILL'S first nightclub is set to open a week today after a £300,000 renovation of the former Coop in the town centre.
Volunteer centre on line with own internet site (1999-10-07)
A TOWN'S volunteer centre has become the first in East Anglia to have its own web site.
'Make website official' (1999-10-07)
A PLEA has been made for a town's web site, which has attracted 11,500 visitors since March, to be made official.
Haverhill points machine grinds on (1999-10-07)
HAVERHILL rugby club hit the jackpot for the second week running following up a 70-0 victory over March in their opening Eastern Counties Division 4 North game with a 76-15 win at Mistley.
OAP's anger at vandals (1999-10-14)
A PENSIONER who decorated his front garden with ornaments is at a loss to understand why vandals have smashed some of them.
Club to boost town (1999-10-14)
THE new nightclub due to open in Haverhill tonight could prove a big boost to the town's economy, say pub landlords.
Improved buses win passengers (1999-10-14)
AN IMPROVED bus service is proving to be just the ticket for passengers living in South Cambridgeshire.
Haverhill bowls player trials for England (1999-10-14)
Greg Nash is from the Haverhill Indoor Bowling Club, and is the first Haverhill player to be given an England trial at under 25 level. Greg lives in Cornard and works as a greenkeeper for Stoke by Nay...
Worth its wait in gold (1999-10-21)
BUSY volunteer Karen Glazebrook has finally made it to St James's Palace to collect her gold Duke of Edinburgh award, just before she goes off to India to work with street children.
School's bid delay - Re-think after rule change (1999-10-21)
A SCHOOL's bid for technology status has been put back to next spring, but hopes are still high the cash needed can be raised.
Council takes 'green' award for recycling (1999-10-21)
A 'GREEN' council has won a top national award for its recycling scheme.
Polley vows to finish higher (1999-10-21)
MOTOR cycle racer Simon Polley, from Horseheath, has finished 13th in his first season of Formula 600 Championship races, despite a crash which left him unfit for the final round.
Children get a taste of the east (1999-10-28)
TINY tots at the Happy Faces playgroup took a trip to Asia this week, without leaving the class.
Footpath campaign is taken to council (1999-10-28)
A COUNCILLOR has launched a campaign for a footpath along a half-mile stretch of road he believes is becoming increasingly dangerous.
Gerry joins the web (1999-10-28)
COUNCILOR Gerry Kiernan has become the latest addition to the Haverhill-UK web site.
Reds boss Boyle quits the Croft (1999-10-28)
HAVERHILL Rovers' co-boss Lee Barrett has assumed the sole managerial reins following Danny Boyle's resignation earlier this week.