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Dunstable pancake race is back!

Flippin’ good fun is coming to Dunstable this February as the town’s pancake race is back for a third year of tasty relays in aid of charity.

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Andrew Shinnie had this effort saved on Saturday

Shinnie not overly worried by Town’s sticky spell

Hatters midfielder Andrew Shinnie doesn’t believe his side should be getting too worried about their recent mini blip in form.

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The blood donation session at Dunstable Community Fire Station. Jason is pictured second from right. Jason visited in the afternoon and was informed that the centre was on target to hit 140 pints by the evening.  Credit: David Stubbs.

Firefighter injured in horrific road accident gives moving talk to Dunstable blood donors

A former firefighter who lost his leg in a traffic accident gave a moving talk to blood donors at Dunstable Community Fire Station, as he recalled how over 60 pints were needed to save his life.

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Woburn Abbey

Significant transformation of Woburn Abbey will mean 18-month closure to visitors

Woburn Abbey is scheduled to be closed to visitors for about 18 months from September 2019 as it undergoes the biggest refurbishment since it first opened to the public in 1955.

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Dunstable man arrested over ram-raid in Suffolk

Police investigating a ram-raid in Suffolk last year have arrested a Dunstable man in connection with the incident.

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Complaint launched against Bedfordshire PCC

Complaint launched against Bedfordshire PCC

Luton Council of Mosques has launched a complaint against Bedfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner Kathryn Holloway after she shared details of on-going sexual offence investigations during a televised hearing.

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Luton up to third after second successive shut out victory

Luton up to third after second successive shut out victory

Luton moved up to third in the Midlands Two East (South) table after beating Belgrave 29-0 away from home on Saturday.

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Hatters boss Nathan Jones

Jones wants his Hatters side to be even more ruthless

Despite being the top scorers in the country ahead of Premier League champions elect Manchester City, Hatters boss Nathan Jones wants his side to become even more clinical.

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Natasha Bream beams like a cat that's got the (white) creme (egg). Photos: Cadbury

Luton woman becomes first person to find rare white Cadbury Creme Egg, but will she eat it?

A nursery manager from Luton has become the first person to find one of Cadbury’s white Creme Eggs to win a cash prize of £1,000.

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Jack Wood scores for Aylesbury United against Barton - pic: Mike Snell

Rovers leapfrogged as Ducks win the battle

Southern League Division East: Barton Rovers 0 Aylesbury United 2

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Aldred heads to Motherwell on loan

Aldred heads to Motherwell on loan

Bury centre half Tom Aldred, whom Town had been rumoured to be interested in, has signed for Scottish Premier League side Motherwell on loan until the end of the season.

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Akin Famewo challenges Chesterfield striker Chris O'Grady

Famewo desperate to take his opportunity

Hatters defender Akin Famewo is hoping he can prove to boss Nathan Jones that another centre half isn’t required in the transfer window.

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Hatters midfielder Alan McCormack

Jones unsure when McCormack will return

Luton Town boss Nathan Jones is still no nearer to finding out when midfielder Alan McCormack will return to first team action.

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Jane Eyre is being staged by Dunstable Rep

Five of the best things to do in and around Luton and Dunstable in the next seven days

From a classic novel on stage to panto fun for adults and children, there's plenty to enjoy...
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Green pay the price for poor first half

SSML Premier Division: Hoddesdon Town 4 Crawley Green 0

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Totternhoe grind out Rangers win

Totternhoe grind out Rangers win

SSML Division Two: Grendon Rangers 1 Totternhoe 2

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Iceland take a stand against plastic

Iceland announces plastic-free packaging plan

Frozen food retailer Iceland has announced it will become the first major retailer globally to eliminate plastic packaging from all of its own brand products by the end of 2023.

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Worthing's First World War fallen, September 1917 SUS-170927-124524003

Appeal to find family of Bedfordshire First World War soldier before he is finally laid to rest

An appeal has been issued to find the family of a Stotfold soldier killed in France during the First World War.

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Hil St Soul will be coming to the Bear Club for the first time

Smooth sounds from singer in Luton

Focus on Jazz kicks off 2018 aiming to pick up where they finished off 2017 – matching top UK vocalists with talented local musicians in Luton.

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AFC Dunstable were victorious against Ashford Town on Saturday

Hall’s late double seals AFC win

Southern League Division East: Ashford Town (Middx) 1 AFC Dunstable 3

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