To find the documents for the Finance of Newmarket and also the Newmarket Constitutions, please click Here
For the Archive files for the Newmarket Committee meetings from 2009 to 2018, click Here
History of Newmarket
The history of Newmarket’s racing can be found at the Local History website where a vast amount of information can be found and you can even attend their Local History Society meetings!
Palace House Museum
Palace House is made up of three charities: The National Horseracing Museum, The British Sporting Art Trust and Retraining of Racehorses who have come together to create this fantastic new National Heritage Centre, offering visitors a top attraction to visit in suffolk.
Positioned as the town’s official tour guide, Discover Newmarket offers visitors a unique opportunity to go behind the scenes at racing’s headquarters to see the equine stars at work and learn about the fascinating history, heritage and culture of the town. The team behind Discover Newmarket is extremely passionate about Newmarket and the work that Discover Newmarket does to protect and promote the town. Our team has a wealth of experience and offers our clients first-class customer service and a wonderful tour experience.
Our expert guides deliver tours for groups and individuals which can be organised for as little or as long as you want. We also run our most popular tours on set dates throughout the year.
You can then use these links as you wish to guide people through to our offerings. www.discovernewmarket.co.uk https://discovernewmarket.co.uk/tours/
The Neighbourhood Planof Newmarket contains policies aimed at managing change and growth in the town.
Newmarket Venues is a dedicated and committed enterprise from Newmarket Town Council with three amazing rooms and open areas for hire.
The venues are available to be used for events such as Weddings, Conferences and even Birthday Parties.
Bill Tutte Memorial
Bill Tutte achieved one of the greatest intellectual feats of World War Two by breaking the extremely complex Lorenz code without ever seeing the machine that generated it, which is why in 2014 a Memorial was made for this amazing Mathematician.
The Newmarket Allotment Association is a collection of 3 sites, all overseen by individual Managers.
Field Terrace Road is located on the north side of Newmarket.
New Cheveley Road and Crockfords Park is located on the south side of Newmarket.
Newmarket Town Council is legally responsible for managing and controlling the cemeteries.
Newmarket Town Council has now authorised West Suffolk’s Cemetery Registrar to act with its authority and enforce the regulations.
Love Newmarket BID covers virtually the entire town centre and represents approximately 350 levy payers including well-known brands and organisations in the retail, leisure, hospitality and public sectors.