The group, which includes current Fen Tigers riders Ryan Kinsley and Sam Bebee, will join together with friends of Ayres, who died last month.
A top children's author has shared his own struggles with learning to read in an exclusive letter to children to mark World Book Day.
Newmarket and the surrounding towns and villages have experienced their first snowfall of 2020.
A quad bike and brush cutters were stolen in a burglary at a nature reserve.
A man who stabbed his 'friend' multiple times through the open window of a car the victim was driving has been jailed.
Philip Adams, 32, who had battled depression, and been upset about not seeing more of his young daughter, was struck by a lorry in June.
A dangerous driver from Beck Row who rammed a woman's car at least four times with her children in the vehicle has been jailed.
Rail services between Newmarket and Ipswich have been suspended after a lorry hit a bridge this morning.
Parking fines will be the same across the whole of Suffolk from early next year when enforcement is set to come into force.
The suspect appears to have walked to a garage and gone inside to open a freezer.
Citizens Advice Bureaux across Suffolk have been given a funding reprieve after council finance chiefs performed a u-turn on cuts.
A county council's development company has submitted plans to build 100 homes on land at Newmarket Road in Burwell.
Police investigating after report of rape in Newmarket early on Sunday morning
Harry Fussey, 19, and Louis Cope-Cornell, 22, both from Newmarket, were travelling in a car which left the B1065 Dullingham Road on September 3.
Helping to push the button will be Hollyoaks star and recording artist Ray Quinn.
Jason Ablewhite, who was elected into the role in 2016, quit the role today.
George Brown, of Upminster in London, appeared at Ipswich Crown Court yesterday where he was sentenced to 18 months jail.
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The new collections start from November 11 and more than half of households will see a change of day to their collection of blue and black bins.
It means 555 branches across the country – including in Newmarket and Mildenhall – could be saved following the collapse of Thomas Cook.