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Newmarket's High Street set to show signs of life as government eases coronavirus lockdown rules

Newmarket's High Street set to show signs of life as government eases coronavirus lockdown rules

Newmarket's High Street set to show signs of life as government eases coronavirus lockdown rules

15 June 2020

Newmarket's High Street will start to emerge from stasis today with stores considered non-essential allowed to open for the first time.


Parking charges in Newmarket back as shops start to open up

Parking charges in Newmarket back as shops start to open up

Parking charges in Newmarket back as shops start to open up

12 June 2020

Car parking charges will be re-instated in Newmarket’s council car parks from Monday.


Former Newmarket midwife Jean Parton dies

Former Newmarket midwife Jean Parton dies

Former Newmarket midwife Jean Parton dies

12 June 2020

Jean Parton, the former head of Newmarket Hospital’s maternity unit, has died at the age of 88.


Pedestrian one-way system for shoppers in Newmarket's High Street

Pedestrian one-way system for shoppers in Newmarket's High Street

Pedestrian one-way system for shoppers in Newmarket's High Street

12 June 2020

Newmarket High Street could have a follow-the-arrows system for shoppers similar to that being used in supermarkets.


The Pussycat Dolls, Jack Savoretti and Alfie Boe have Newmarket shows cancelled

The Pussycat Dolls, Jack Savoretti and Alfie Boe have Newmarket shows cancelled

The Pussycat Dolls, Jack Savoretti and Alfie Boe have Newmarket shows cancelled

11 June 2020

The Jockey Club, who run Newmarket Nights at the town's July Course, announced the three acts will be cancelled and not postponed.


New plans could see horses return to Newmarket's Queensbury Lodge

New plans could see horses return to Newmarket's Queensbury Lodge

New plans could see horses return to Newmarket's Queensbury Lodge

11 June 2020

A plan which could see the renovation of Newmarket eyesore Queensbury Lodge and the building of new town centre homes, has been unveiled.


Support bubbles for single households - this is how the new system works

Support bubbles for single households - this is how the new system works

Support bubbles for single households - this is how the new system works

10 June 2020

Single adult households will be able to form a 'bubble' with another household in England from Saturday


Godolphin’s Covid charity challenge

Godolphin’s Covid charity challenge

Godolphin’s Covid charity challenge

09 June 2020

Employees of Sheikh Mohammed’s Godolphin racing organisation are doing their bit to raise money for local Covid-19 charities.


Work on Newmarket's Rutland Arms hotel well under way

Work on Newmarket's Rutland Arms hotel well under way

Work on Newmarket's Rutland Arms hotel well under way

08 June 2020

The £8 million project to renovate Newmarket’s iconic Rutland Arms Hotel is now well under way as these stunning aerial shots show.


High Court asked to look at Newmarket's car park charges rise

High Court asked to look at Newmarket's car park charges rise

High Court asked to look at Newmarket's car park charges rise

08 June 2020

A council could be forced to defend its increase in car parking charges in court after a councillor fired the starting gun on a judicial review.


Liam’s rainbow run for NHS

Liam’s rainbow run for NHS

Liam’s rainbow run for NHS

05 June 2020

If you spotted Sonic the Hedgehog pounding the pavements of Newmarket recently then you weren’t dreaming.


Crucial 'R' infection rate revealed

Crucial 'R' infection rate revealed

Crucial 'R' infection rate revealed

05 June 2020

The crucial 'R number' infection rate for the East of England has been revealed.


Covid Fund’s laptops gift for Newmarket Academy students

Covid Fund’s laptops gift for Newmarket Academy students

Covid Fund’s laptops gift for Newmarket Academy students

05 June 2020

The Newmarket Festival Covid 19 Fund has paid for 21 laptops for students struggling to access work set by their school Newmarket Academy.


Newmarket racecourse scare as window crashes down into empty stand

Newmarket racecourse scare as window crashes down into empty stand

Newmarket racecourse scare as window crashes down into empty stand

05 June 2020

A glass pane fell from the main grandstand at Newmarket, shattering on the empty seats below as horse racing returned to the Rowley Mile.


New centre planned for Newmarket's Citizens’Advice Bureau

New centre planned for Newmarket's Citizens’Advice Bureau

New centre planned for Newmarket's Citizens’Advice Bureau

05 June 2020

Newmarket’s Citizens’ Advice Bureau is set to get new offices in nearby Foley House, which is going to be refurbished.


They're off at last as racing behind closed doors starts today at Newmarket

They're off at last as racing behind closed doors starts today at Newmarket

They're off at last as racing behind closed doors starts today at Newmarket

04 June 2020

Course bosses have urged people to stay away from the Rowley Mile racecourse which will be staging the first two Classics of the season.


McDonald's and Costa Coffee drive-through set for Newmarket after council approves plans

McDonald's and Costa Coffee drive-through set for Newmarket after council approves plans

McDonald's and Costa Coffee drive-through set for Newmarket after council approves plans

03 June 2020

Newmarket is set to be the latest town with a McDonald’s drive-through despite concerns about it being so close its only playing field.


Solar farm in the pipeline for Burwell farmland

Solar farm in the pipeline for Burwell farmland

Solar farm in the pipeline for Burwell farmland

02 June 2020

Another solar farm is in the pipeline for farmland just outside Newmarket after a plans to build a nearly 200 acre facility were submitted.


Talent show is a hit raising £51k for Racing Welfare

Talent show is a hit raising £51k for Racing Welfare

Talent show is a hit raising £51k for Racing Welfare

02 June 2020

Newmarket-based charity Racing Welfare has smashed the £50,000 fundraising target it set for its singing talent contest the Furlong Factor.


Newmarket's Kingfisher House confirms coronavirus outbreak as half of West Suffolk care homes have had Covid-19

Newmarket's Kingfisher House confirms coronavirus outbreak as half of West Suffolk care homes have had Covid-19

Newmarket's Kingfisher House confirms coronavirus outbreak as half of West Suffolk care homes have had Covid-19

01 June 2020

Half of all care homes in West Suffolk have suffered a coronavirus outbreak new data has shown, with one in Newmarket also reporting cases.


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