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Grant will help take learning outdoors

Grant will help take learning outdoors

Grant will help take learning outdoors

18 March 2017

Children at Exning’s Stepping Stones nursery school will be using the natural environment to enhance their early learning thanks to a donation from their local district councillor.


It’s a racing double for Duchess

It’s a racing double for Duchess

It’s a racing double for Duchess

17 March 2017

A statue of King Charles II, the monarch credited with establishing Newmarket as a centre for horseracing, will be officially unveiled at the Rowley Mile by another Royal visitor to the town on Wednesday.


Two men arrested for Newmarket assault

Two men arrested for Newmarket assault

Two men arrested for Newmarket assault

16 March 2017

Police have arrested two men in connection with an assault in Newmarket in the early hours of this morning.


West Row’s Gossy takes Best of Breed at Crufts 2017

West Row’s Gossy takes Best of Breed at Crufts 2017

West Row’s Gossy takes Best of Breed at Crufts 2017

15 March 2017

Gossy the golden retriever has fetched a Best of Breed Award at the world’s largest dog show, Crufts 2017.


Have your say on Forest Heath parish boundary changes

Have your say on Forest Heath parish boundary changes

Have your say on Forest Heath parish boundary changes

14 March 2017

The people of Forest Heath have a last chance for a say on independence for West Row, moving two housing developments into Kentford and whether Exning war cemetery should be in Exning Parish.


Crown court date for Newmarket woman charged with attempted robbery

Crown court date for Newmarket woman charged with attempted robbery

Crown court date for Newmarket woman charged with attempted robbery

13 March 2017

A Newmarket woman will face a crown court hearing after being charged with attempting to rob a 77-year-old woman in a street in the town.


Fun is Crucial at Crew event

Fun is Crucial at Crew event

Fun is Crucial at Crew event

12 March 2017

Pupils from St Louis Catholic Academy will be among around 500 Year 6 children from 16 schools across the Forest Heath District at this week’s 21st annual Crucial Crew event.


New date for popular ‘Hilly’

New date for popular ‘Hilly’

New date for popular ‘Hilly’

12 March 2017

Organisers have announced a new date for the popular Newmarket Hilly Cycle Sportive which will be held later this year.


Journal Baby & Toddler Competition 2017

Journal Baby & Toddler Competition 2017

Journal Baby & Toddler Competition 2017

11 March 2017

Calling parents of bonny babies and cute kids! The Journal has got together with a nationwide mobile photography company to offer a free photo session for your child and the chance to win a stunning portrait.


Popular couple celebrate diamond wedding

Popular couple celebrate diamond wedding

Popular couple celebrate diamond wedding

11 March 2017

A Newmarket couple who have given years of voluntary service to organisations in the town have celebrated their diamond wedding.


Water feature will have to hang on

Water feature will have to hang on

Water feature will have to hang on

11 March 2017

Newmarket town councillors have accepted they will only be able to ‘patch up’ the popular children’s water feature in the memorial gardens in time for this year’s summer holidays.


‘Vandalism for no reason’

‘Vandalism for no reason’

‘Vandalism for no reason’

11 March 2017

Members of Mildenhall Social Club were shocked to find that while watched a boxing match screening some of their ‘guests’ were vandalising the building.


Sisters take over running of Newmarket carnival

Sisters take over running of Newmarket carnival

Sisters take over running of Newmarket carnival

10 March 2017

Newmarket Town Council will not be running the town’s annual carnival this year.


Newmarket woman in court charged with attempted robbery

Newmarket woman in court charged with attempted robbery

Newmarket woman in court charged with attempted robbery

10 March 2017

A 25-year-old Newmarket woman is due to appear in court today charged in connection with the attempted robbery of a pensioner in the town.


Woman in poor health fears sleeping rough

Woman in poor health fears sleeping rough

Woman in poor health fears sleeping rough

10 March 2017

A woman with breathing difficulties fears she may have to sleep rough because she did not know she could claim housing benefits so got into rent arrears.


Government sets aside £400,000 for traffic lights at Barton Mills’ A11 roundabout

Government sets aside £400,000 for traffic lights at Barton Mills’ A11 roundabout

Government sets aside £400,000 for traffic lights at Barton Mills’ A11 roundabout

09 March 2017

Traffic lights at Barton Mills roundabout on the A11 are part of a £110 million congestion beating budget announced today across the UK. A further £110 million has been promised for ‘a later date’.


Newmarket have-a-go heroes praised by police

Newmarket have-a-go heroes praised by police

Newmarket have-a-go heroes praised by police

09 March 2017

Members of the public have been praised by police for grabbing a woman who had attempted to rob a 77-year-old pensioner in Newmarket’s Exeter Road.


Tesco’s Bury store stops selling sugar made over the road

Tesco’s Bury store stops selling sugar made over the road

Tesco’s Bury store stops selling sugar made over the road

07 March 2017

Tesco has been criticised for no longer stocking British grown sugar in spite of their Bury St Edmunds store being next to a British Sugar plant.


Great British Spring clean off to tidy start

Great British Spring clean off to tidy start

Great British Spring clean off to tidy start

06 March 2017

The national Great British Spring Clean has got off to a good start in West Suffolk.


United to ease dementia care

United to ease dementia care

United to ease dementia care

05 March 2017

A Kentford woman studying for a degree in dementia has joined forces with a local voluntary group and a Newmarket supermarket to form an alliance aimed at boosting awareness of the condition and helping people who live with it.


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