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‘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.


Prize-winning journey to MARS

Prize-winning journey to MARS

Prize-winning journey to MARS

05 March 2017

“And the ‘Oscar’ for Best Teaching and Learning Initiative goes to . . . West Suffolk College!”


Doctorate for Newmarket farrier Simon

Doctorate for Newmarket farrier Simon

Doctorate for Newmarket farrier Simon

05 March 2017

A world-renowned Newmarket farrier has been awarded a doctorate for his project studying the development of foals’ hooves.


Hunt cheque boost for charities

Hunt cheque boost for charities

Hunt cheque boost for charities

04 March 2017

More than £2,500 was raised for good causes by members and followers of the Thurlow hounds following a charity meet in Newmarket last month.


Museum’s gift from Royal fund

Museum’s gift from Royal fund

Museum’s gift from Royal fund

04 March 2017

Newmarket’s National Horseracing Museum is celebrating after receiving a surprise £2,500 gift.


Racing mourns former Newmarket trainer John Powney

Racing mourns former Newmarket trainer John Powney

Racing mourns former Newmarket trainer John Powney

04 March 2017

A funeral service for former Newmarket trainer John Powney, who died last Wednesday, will be held at St Agnes’ Church, Newmarket, on Monday at 12.30pm.


Crash closes A11 between Elvedon and Thetford

Crash closes A11 between Elvedon and Thetford

Crash closes A11 between Elvedon and Thetford

03 March 2017

The A11 northbound has been closed after a collision in which two people were injured this afternoon.


Police arrest two for drugs offences after following car on A11 from Newmarket to Wymondham

Police arrest two for drugs offences after following car on A11 from Newmarket to Wymondham

Police arrest two for drugs offences after following car on A11 from Newmarket to Wymondham

03 March 2017

Two men have been arrested on suspicion of drugs offences after police followed their car on the A11 from Newmarket to Wymondham last night (Thursday).


Independence for West Row?

Independence for West Row?

Independence for West Row?

03 March 2017

A campaign for West Row to have its own parish council has resulted in the proposal being part of an official review.


Blue Plaque honour for Newmarket codebreaker

Blue Plaque honour for Newmarket codebreaker

Blue Plaque honour for Newmarket codebreaker

02 March 2017

The centenary of the birth of Newmarket-born Second World War codebreaker Bill Tutte is to be celebrated with the unveiling of a Blue Plaque.


Planning approval for travellers’ site at Beck Row

Planning approval for travellers’ site at Beck Row

Planning approval for travellers’ site at Beck Row

02 March 2017

Planning approval for 10 traveller pitches has confirmed by councillors after officers made further investigations.


Man and woman killed in collision in Cambridgeshire village

Man and woman killed in collision in Cambridgeshire village

Man and woman killed in collision in Cambridgeshire village

01 March 2017

A man and a woman have died in a collision in a Cambridgeshire village.


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