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Newmarket residents will be able to celebrate a new haircut with a fresh pint from next Saturday, as Boris Johnson reopens the high street.
Newmarket High Street could have a follow-the-arrows system for shoppers similar to that being used in supermarkets.
Employees of Sheikh Mohammed’s Godolphin racing organisation are doing their bit to raise money for local Covid-19 charities.
If you spotted Sonic the Hedgehog pounding the pavements of Newmarket recently then you weren’t dreaming.
The crucial 'R number' infection rate for the East of England has been revealed.
The Newmarket Festival Covid 19 Fund has paid for 21 laptops for students struggling to access work set by their school Newmarket Academy.
Half of all care homes in West Suffolk have suffered a coronavirus outbreak new data has shown, with one in Newmarket also reporting cases.
The markets reopened with food stalls this week with social distancing measures and from Tuesday more traders will return
Volunteers with Newmarket Churches Together have been packing up food parcels for local families struggling during the current virus crisis.
Town and district councillor Michael Anderson has been using his spray painting skills to raise money for the Newmarket Covid-19 Fund.
An Indian restaurant is helping a community by providing its award-winning curry to frontline workers and residents in need.