The Boxing Day race meeting at Huntingdon Racecourse has been abandoned because of flooding on the track.
The course says all pre purchased admission tickets will be automatically refunded.
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Three-times Olympic medallist Louis Smith is back in Huntingdon this week, running a training camp for aspiring gymnasts.
He has returned to the club where he started his career to inspire children to get involved in the sport.
The Peterborough gymnast says he wants to do his bit for the Olympic Legacy of London 2012.
Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service has posted a video of YouTube of their efforts to tackle a blaze at the Hatford Mill pub.
A blaze that destroyed a pub near Huntingdon was started accidentally, firefighters have said.
The Hartford Mill public house in Hartford Marina burnt down this morning. An initial investigation has found that the fire was started accidentally by equipment.
A fire has almost completely destroyed a pub near Huntingdon.
Crews were called to the Hartford Mill public house in Hartford Marina at around 4.25am.
Firefighters said only the function room has been saved from the blaze, but is severely smoke damaged.
Richard Dykes, Incident Commander said: "Due to the severity of the fire when we arrived, we were unable to save the public house itself, but were able to stop it from spreading to the function room.
"This was a large fire, which has destroyed the home of a family and a popular venue used by the local community. Thankfully everyone was able to get out of the property quickly and unharmed."
An investigation will take place today to determine the cause of the fire.
A young gymnast gets her copy of Louis Smith's autobiography signed during his appearance at Huntingdon Gymnastics Club, the place where his career took off.
A B & B owner has lost her appeal against a ruling she unlawfully discriminated against a gay couple when she refused to let them stay in a double room.
Christian Susanne Wilkinson declined to let Michael Black, 64, and John Morgan, 59, have the room at the Swiss Bed and Breakfast in Cookham, Berkshire, in March 2010.
A judge at Reading County Court heard that the pair, from Brampton, near Huntingdon, in Cambridgeshire, who had made a reservation and paid a deposit, protested at their treatment but Mrs Wilkinson made it clear that it was against her religious convictions to allow two men to share a bed.
Today, Master of the Rolls Lord Dyson, Lady Justice Arden and Lord Justice McCombe, in the Court of Appeal in London, dismissed Mrs Wilkinson's challenge, but gave her permission to appeal to the Supreme Court.
The appeal, on October 9, will be heard at the same time as that of Peter and Hazelmary Bull, who refused to let Martyn Hall and Steven Preddy share a bedroom at their seaside guesthouse in Cornwall.
The Appeal Court has upheld a ruling that a gay couple from Cambridgeshire were unlawfully discriminated against, when a B&B owner wouldn't let them share a double bed.
Michael Black and John Morgan, from Brampton near Huntingdon, brought the case after the incident in Berkshire in 2010.
POLICE are hunting for arsonists who set fire to a tent in Huntingdon with a man inside. It happened near the historical monument at Castle Hill at about 7.45pm on Tuesday. The 28-year-old victim was listening to music when he smelled smoke and realised his tent was on fire.
The victim managed to put the flames out, leaving the tent only slightly damaged. He believes someone also tried to set fire to the tent again in the early hours of the next morning but it was put out by rain.