Two schoolgirls from Mildenhall are donating their hair to the same charity as the Duchess of Cambridge
A decision as to whether Newmarket’s much-used Weatherby railway foot crossing will stay open looks unlikely to be made this year
A Newmarket father-of-three who suffers from a rare degenerative and debilitaing condition is hoping to turn the town purple next month
It was standing room only as a packed sale ring at Tattersalls watched a world-leading price paid for a yearling colt.
Strong Soham Mums, a group of women who have all endured the tragedy of the death of a child have launched the calendar they posed for
Ely's new £49 million bypass set to open at the end of the month
Residents have raised concerns about the potential impact building a new estate in Newmarket could have on the town
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A county council is set to slash millions from its budget next year and is now asking for feedback on which services should be saved
Mary Griffiths was shot dead in front of her three daughters in Bury St Edmunds in 2009.
Dean Greygoose's side will play a first-ever home tie in the competition.
Paterson-Todd makes impression during outing on Australia's Gold Coast.
West Row side suffer two more injuries during aggregate loss at Eastbourne.
The joy of claiming three points in the league returned to players and supporters of AFC Sudbury, Needham Market and Hadleigh United this afternoon.
Wisbech are no match for Ely after scoring a couple of early penalties.
West Row side record an opening-leg 52-38 victory over Eastbourne.
Heybridge win at Recreation Way as groundsman's work is recognised.
Trick or treat yourself to some fun and frights this Hallowe’en . . .
‘Scon’ or scone, jam first or cream first? Gastrono-me’s Gemma Simmonite gives us her fail-proof scone recipe
Nitro brew, clever dripper, infusion brewing. . . Scott Russell keeps it simple
Lackford Lakes visitor officer Hawk Honey introduces us to the Ichneumon wasp and its solitary life
Barbara Eeles talks to Antiques Roadshow's Andy McConnell about the career that saw him go from local reporter to TV expert
Tens of thousands flocked to Newmarket’s Moët & Chandon July Festival, for three days of fun, flat racing and fashion.