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Council splits £30,000 grant over two years for Lakenheath church project

Council splits £30,000 grant over two years for Lakenheath church project

Council splits £30,000 grant over two years for Lakenheath church project

02 February 2018

A project which ‘celebrates, supports and empowers fathers to be their best for their children’ is to receive £30,000 funding from a council but spread over two years and not one as originally proposed.


Proposal for new restaurant in Newmarket High Street

Proposal for new restaurant in Newmarket High Street

Proposal for new restaurant in Newmarket High Street

02 February 2018

A Soham-based businessman has outlined his plans to turn the former Thing-Me-Bobs store in Newmarket High Street into a restaurant.


Burglars woke victim to ask for help finding things to steal

Burglars woke victim to ask for help finding things to steal

Burglars woke victim to ask for help finding things to steal

02 February 2018

Burglars who broke into a Newmarket house woke a victim to ask what to steal.


Farmers' Crown for Soham's John

Farmers' Crown for Soham's John

Farmers' Crown for Soham's John

02 February 2018

A Soham farmer has been named the best tenant farmer in Cambridgeshire.


Newmarket schoolboy’s charity effort helps to provide meals for migrant camp in Calais

Newmarket schoolboy’s charity effort helps to provide meals for migrant camp in Calais

Newmarket schoolboy’s charity effort helps to provide meals for migrant camp in Calais

01 February 2018

A Newmarket schoolboy has raised £2,000 to help a kitchen which provides hot meals for migrants in Calais.


Council's 'sensitive' approach to items left by rough sleepers on Newmarket High Street

Council's 'sensitive' approach to items left by rough sleepers on Newmarket High Street

Council's 'sensitive' approach to items left by rough sleepers on Newmarket High Street

01 February 2018

A council has said it will continue to treat the issue of items being left on the street by rough sleepers ‘with sensitivity’.


Driver, 88, had heart attack on A11 inquest heard

Driver, 88, had heart attack on A11 inquest heard

Driver, 88, had heart attack on A11 inquest heard

01 February 2018

An 88-year-old man who drove his car into the path of traffic on a dual-carriageway at Worlington may have been taken ill at the wheel, an inquest has heard.


Dog-fouling poster goes global online

Dog-fouling poster goes global online

Dog-fouling poster goes global online

01 February 2018

A notice suggesting dog-owners in a village could take up yoga by “bending over and picking up your dog poo” has become a global hit on the internet.


Newmarket MP first in country to launch app

Newmarket MP first in country to launch app

Newmarket MP first in country to launch app

01 February 2018

Newmarket MP Matt Hancock has launched his own social network, becoming the first politician in the country to create his own app.


Newmarket residents appeal for action after spate of van break-ins

Newmarket residents appeal for action after spate of van break-ins

Newmarket residents appeal for action after spate of van break-ins

01 February 2018

Studlands Park residents are demanding more is done to combat an epidemic of van break-ins and tool thefts.


Newmarket crash driver taken to Addenbrooke’s with life threatening injuries

Newmarket crash driver taken to Addenbrooke’s with life threatening injuries

Newmarket crash driver taken to Addenbrooke’s with life threatening injuries

31 January 2018

A man was taken to hospital with a serious head injury following an early morning crash in Newmarket.


Mildenhall care home and its dog rated outstanding

Mildenhall care home and its dog rated outstanding

Mildenhall care home and its dog rated outstanding

31 January 2018

A Mildenhall care home, which has an in-house cinema, pub and an adopted dog, has been named one of the best in the country.


Inquest unable to answer mystery of pensioner’s A11 crash

Inquest unable to answer mystery of pensioner’s A11 crash

Inquest unable to answer mystery of pensioner’s A11 crash

29 January 2018

The question of whether an 88-year-old who drove his car into the path of fast A11 traffic had been taken ill or made a mistake can never be answered, a coroner has said.


Classic car stolen in daylight in Freckenham

Classic car stolen in daylight in Freckenham

Classic car stolen in daylight in Freckenham

29 January 2018

A cherished classic car was stolen from beside a busy road in daylight this morning.


Paloma Faith to headline Newmarket Nights in June

Paloma Faith to headline Newmarket Nights in June

Paloma Faith to headline Newmarket Nights in June

29 January 2018

The Architect singer Paloma Faith is the latest name to be announced for Newmarket Nights.


Blackwell achieved great success at Lagrange where he trained Rock Sand to win Triple Crown

Blackwell achieved great success at Lagrange where he trained Rock Sand to win Triple Crown

Blackwell achieved great success at Lagrange where he trained Rock Sand to win Triple Crown

28 January 2018

In common with so many of Newmarket’s historic stable yards, Lagrange stables in Snailwell Road has changed little in appearance in more than 100 years.


West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock talks about his cabinet job, the heavyweight tasks ahead, and riding a winner at Newmarket

West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock talks about his cabinet job, the heavyweight tasks ahead, and riding a winner at Newmarket

West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock talks about his cabinet job, the heavyweight tasks ahead, and riding a winner at Newmarket

27 January 2018

It’s a safe bet that the UK government has never before had a Cabinet minister who was trained to ride a racehorse by Frankie Dettori.


West Row seeks its World War One soldiers

West Row seeks its World War One soldiers

West Row seeks its World War One soldiers

27 January 2018

A soldier poses with his family next to West Row’s Jude’s Ferry Bridge. His name is Charles Taylor and his descendents still live in the village, but he did not return.


Woman's body may have lain undiscovered for weeks as Suffolk coroner records open verdict

Woman's body may have lain undiscovered for weeks as Suffolk coroner records open verdict

Woman's body may have lain undiscovered for weeks as Suffolk coroner records open verdict

26 January 2018

The cause of death of a pensioner whose badly decomposed body was found barricaded inside her home remains a mystery, an inquest has been told.


Mildenhall man who threatened a 17- and 62-year-old with a hammer is jailed

Mildenhall man who threatened a 17- and 62-year-old with a hammer is jailed

Mildenhall man who threatened a 17- and 62-year-old with a hammer is jailed

26 January 2018

A man armed with a hammer who attempted to carry out two robberies in Mildenhall has been jailed.


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