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Tidy-up plea gets council backing

06 November 2018
Tidy-up plea gets council backing

Tidy-up plea gets council backing

06 November 2018

The owners of Newmarket’s former railway station have enlisted the support of the town council to press Network Rail to clear an area of undergrowth


Netflix blockbuster The Crown filmed in Newmarket

05 November 2018
Netflix blockbuster The Crown filmed in Newmarket

Netflix blockbuster The Crown filmed in Newmarket

05 November 2018

Filming has taken place in Newmarket for the third series of the Netflix blockbuster The Crown


Newmarket group offers wheelchair loan service from town chapel

27 April 2018
Newmarket group offers wheelchair loan service from town chapel

Newmarket group offers wheelchair loan service from town chapel

27 April 2018

An initiative which grew out of the closure of Newmarket’s branch of the British Red Cross has gone from strength to strength.


Newmarket man banned after thefts from garage

27 April 2018
Newmarket man banned after thefts from garage

Newmarket man banned after thefts from garage

27 April 2018

A Newmarket man has been banned from a town garage after pleading guilty to theft.


Sheikh Mohammed's 'generous gift' to put literacy at the heart of Newmarket Academy

26 April 2018
Sheikh Mohammed's 'generous gift' to put literacy at the heart of Newmarket Academy

Sheikh Mohammed's 'generous gift' to put literacy at the heart of Newmarket Academy

26 April 2018

A new state-of-the art library is to be built at Newmarket Academy, thanks to a substantial gift from Sheikh Mohammed Al Maktoum.


Children’s champion Sandra wins top title

13 April 2018
Children’s champion Sandra wins top title

Children’s champion Sandra wins top title

13 April 2018

The manager of a Newmarket nursery has been named Montessorian of the Year.


The Newmarket sausage faces invasion of ‘dodgy duplicates’ warns MEP

12 April 2018
The Newmarket sausage faces invasion of ‘dodgy duplicates’ warns MEP

The Newmarket sausage faces invasion of ‘dodgy duplicates’ warns MEP

12 April 2018

The famous Newmarket sausage must be protected from cheap imposters after Brexit, a member of the European Parliament has warned.


Bill Gredley says his Queensbury Lodge care home plans 'a win, win, win situation' for Newmarket

12 April 2018
Bill Gredley says his Queensbury Lodge care home plans 'a win, win, win situation' for Newmarket

Bill Gredley says his Queensbury Lodge care home plans 'a win, win, win situation' for Newmarket

12 April 2018

Plans to build a care home on the site of Queensbury Lodge are back on the table with owner Bill Gredley revealing that he is having discussions with council planners.


Newmarket’s shared Fire and Police Station is officially opened

06 April 2018
Newmarket’s shared Fire and Police Station is officially opened

Newmarket’s shared Fire and Police Station is officially opened

06 April 2018

Newmarket’s newly operational £574,000 shared fire and police station has been welcomed by the town’s mayor Andy Drummond.


Newmarket's Rutland Arms Hotel set to return to former glory after Bedford Lodge buys it

05 April 2018
Newmarket's Rutland Arms Hotel set to return to former glory after Bedford Lodge buys it

Newmarket's Rutland Arms Hotel set to return to former glory after Bedford Lodge buys it

05 April 2018

The new owners of the Rutland Arms Hotel have pledged to return it to its former glory as one of Newmarket’s most well-known landmarks.


Fallen Soham soldier’s name added to roll of honour 98 years after his death

23 March 2018
Fallen Soham soldier’s name added to roll of honour 98 years after his death

Fallen Soham soldier’s name added to roll of honour 98 years after his death

23 March 2018

A new headstone in Soham cemetery marking the final resting place of a soldier of the First World War has been dedicated 98 years after his death.


Charities to get 'frozen' cash after HSBC's Newmarket manager intervenes

22 March 2018
Charities to get 'frozen' cash after HSBC's Newmarket manager intervenes

Charities to get 'frozen' cash after HSBC's Newmarket manager intervenes

22 March 2018

Eight local charities can look forward to receiving a share of money which has been sitting in an account frozen for about six months by the Newmarket branch of a major bank.


Woman who survived 1941's bomb in Newmarket High Street dies, aged 94

16 March 2018
Woman who survived 1941's bomb in Newmarket High Street dies, aged 94

Woman who survived 1941's bomb in Newmarket High Street dies, aged 94

16 March 2018

A teenage survivor of the bombing which devastated Newmarket High Street in 1941 has died at her home in the town, aged 94.


Newmarket student to ring the changes at cathedral

15 March 2018
Newmarket student to ring the changes at cathedral

Newmarket student to ring the changes at cathedral

15 March 2018

A Newmarket student will ring the bells at one of the country’s most magnificent cathedrals thanks to a Dragons’ Den competition.


Battle lines drawn in fight for Newmarket's rail crossing

15 March 2018
Battle lines drawn in fight for Newmarket's rail crossing

Battle lines drawn in fight for Newmarket's rail crossing

15 March 2018

The future of Newmarket’s Weatherby rail crossing could depend on a single issue, a public inquiry in the town heard on Tuesday.


Homeless get gift of 'proper posh food' after event at Newmarket Racecourse called off

09 March 2018
Homeless get gift of 'proper posh food' after event at Newmarket Racecourse called off

Homeless get gift of 'proper posh food' after event at Newmarket Racecourse called off

09 March 2018

Food intended for an up-market event at Newmarket Racecourse was donated to homeless people when it was called off because of bad weather.


Exning Court residents anger over heating problems as cold winter bites

08 March 2018
Exning Court residents anger over heating problems as cold winter bites

Exning Court residents anger over heating problems as cold winter bites

08 March 2018

Some elderly residents living in sheltered accommodation in Exning spent the coldest week of the winter with no central heating.


HSBC under fire for freezing charity cash

03 March 2018
HSBC under fire for freezing charity cash

HSBC under fire for freezing charity cash

03 March 2018

Cash earmarked for eight local charities cannot be distributed because the Newmarket branch of a major bank has frozen the account where it is held.


Church of England primary school branded 'inadequate' by Ofsted

02 March 2018
Church of England primary school branded 'inadequate' by Ofsted

Church of England primary school branded 'inadequate' by Ofsted

02 March 2018

Well over half of parents who completed an Ofsted survey about their children’s primary school said they would not recommend it.


Mildenhall is district's 'poor relation'

26 February 2018
Mildenhall is district's 'poor relation'

Mildenhall is district's 'poor relation'

26 February 2018

A sportsman says the time has come to ‘blow the whistle’ on the lack of up-to-date sporting facilities in Mildenhall.