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Newmarket woman set for crown court date accused of coughing in police officer's face while claiming to have coronavirus

Newmarket woman set for crown court date accused of coughing in police officer's face while claiming to have coronavirus

Newmarket woman set for crown court date accused of coughing in police officer's face while claiming to have coronavirus

01 June 2020

Saskia Francis, 39, of New Cheveley Road, is accused of trying to snatch a rucksack off of a 19-year-old woman in The Avenue.


Work starts on £80k extension to historic village church

Work starts on £80k extension to historic village church

Work starts on £80k extension to historic village church

01 June 2020

Work is under way on an £80,000 extension at St Margaret’s Church in Chippenham.


Gemma finds WW2 grenade hidden in grandad’s garage

Gemma finds WW2 grenade hidden in grandad’s garage

Gemma finds WW2 grenade hidden in grandad’s garage

01 June 2020

A Newmarket woman found more than she bargained for when she went into her late grandfather’s garage in search of a drill.


Horse racing at Newmarket to return next week

Horse racing at Newmarket to return next week

Horse racing at Newmarket to return next week

30 May 2020

Government gives green light for horse racing and other professional sports to resume behind closed doors from Monday.


Newmarket and Mildenhall markets to welcome back more stalls next week

Newmarket and Mildenhall markets to welcome back more stalls next week

Newmarket and Mildenhall markets to welcome back more stalls next week

29 May 2020

The markets reopened with food stalls this week with social distancing measures and from Tuesday more traders will return


Food parcels provide lifeline for struggling families

Food parcels provide lifeline for struggling families

Food parcels provide lifeline for struggling families

29 May 2020

Volunteers with Newmarket Churches Together have been packing up food parcels for local families struggling during the current virus crisis.


Documentary looking at the life of legendary but tragic Newmarket jockey Fred Archer released

Documentary looking at the life of legendary but tragic Newmarket jockey Fred Archer released

Documentary looking at the life of legendary but tragic Newmarket jockey Fred Archer released

28 May 2020

The new film is the work of racing journalist David Yates, who used the Newmarket Journal archive for some of his research.


Michael hopes rainbow will raise funds for Covid-19 fund

Michael hopes rainbow will raise funds for Covid-19 fund

Michael hopes rainbow will raise funds for Covid-19 fund

28 May 2020

Town and district councillor Michael Anderson has been using his spray painting skills to raise money for the Newmarket Covid-19 Fund.


Measures put in place as racing gets back in the saddle

Measures put in place as racing gets back in the saddle

Measures put in place as racing gets back in the saddle

28 May 2020

Newmarket Racecourses and the Jockey Club are keen to ensure residents are aware of measures in place that will affect those who use the Heath.


McDonald’s and Costa Coffee could soon be built in Newmarket

McDonald’s and Costa Coffee could soon be built in Newmarket

McDonald’s and Costa Coffee could soon be built in Newmarket

27 May 2020

A drive-through McDonald’s and Costa Coffee could soon be built in Newmarket with plans expected to be approved next week.


Discount retailer QD to re-open its Newmarket store

Discount retailer QD to re-open its Newmarket store

Discount retailer QD to re-open its Newmarket store

26 May 2020

Discount retailer QD is set to open its Newmarket High Street branch tomorrow.


Suffolk on course for the sunniest spring on record according to the Met Office

Suffolk on course for the sunniest spring on record according to the Met Office

Suffolk on course for the sunniest spring on record according to the Met Office

26 May 2020

Suffolk looks to be on course for the sunniest spring in more than 90 years.


Newmarket shocked by death of Derby winning lad Michael Curran

Newmarket shocked by death of Derby winning lad Michael Curran

Newmarket shocked by death of Derby winning lad Michael Curran

22 May 2020

Newmarket's racing community has been shocked by news of the death of Derby-winning lad Michael Curran.


Teenager accused of Newmarket stabbing to appear before court later this year

Teenager accused of Newmarket stabbing to appear before court later this year

Teenager accused of Newmarket stabbing to appear before court later this year

22 May 2020

A teenager accused of stabbing a 15 year old in Newmarket has been told he must appear before a judge later this year.


What risk assessment questions are schools asking ahead of June 1 opening?

What risk assessment questions are schools asking ahead of June 1 opening?

What risk assessment questions are schools asking ahead of June 1 opening?

22 May 2020

Dozens of questions are being asked by schools in Suffolk as they prepare to open schools from June 1 in a bid to ensure safety.


Newmarket youngsters deliver bags of treats to ambulance crew

Newmarket youngsters deliver bags of treats to ambulance crew

Newmarket youngsters deliver bags of treats to ambulance crew

22 May 2020

Big-hearted Newmarket youngsters Ella and Cameron Fisher have been putting together special gifts for frontline staff.


Newmarket group helping to make neighbourhood safer 10 years on

Newmarket group helping to make neighbourhood safer 10 years on

Newmarket group helping to make neighbourhood safer 10 years on

21 May 2020

The founder of what may have been the first online Neighbourhood Watch in the UK is celebrating its tenth anniversary today.


Pop-up coronavirus test centre to be set up in Newmarket tomorrow

Pop-up coronavirus test centre to be set up in Newmarket tomorrow

Pop-up coronavirus test centre to be set up in Newmarket tomorrow

21 May 2020

Latest data showed in West Suffolk there was just over a tenth of a per cent of residents in the district who tested positive for the virus.


Newmarket's new mayor wants council to be ‘positive force for good’

Newmarket's new mayor wants council to be ‘positive force for good’

Newmarket's new mayor wants council to be ‘positive force for good’

21 May 2020

Newmarket’s new mayor Cllr Mick Jefferys said he would be using the words of the late town councillor, Ian Kirk, as his mantra for his year in office.


Markets in Newmarket and Mildenhall set to re-open next week - but only for stalls selling food

Markets in Newmarket and Mildenhall set to re-open next week - but only for stalls selling food

Markets in Newmarket and Mildenhall set to re-open next week - but only for stalls selling food

20 May 2020

Markets in West Suffolk were closed in March after the number of traders and visitors dwindled as they stayed away because of coronavirus fears.


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