The Newmarket Festival is working with local organisations within our community to assist those in need during the Covid-19 Crisis.
West Suffolk Council, Newmarket Town Council, Godolphin, Tesco, Newmarket Festival, Discover Newmarket, The Jockey Club, comprising Newmarket Racecourses, The National Stud, the Jockey Club Rooms and its charity Racing Welfare, Newmarket Day Centre, Newmarket Volunteers, Newmarket Coronavirus Volunteer Network, Newmarket Open Door and the Racing Centre.
If you would like to donate any monies to the Newmarket Covid-19 Fund here are our Bank details:
Lloyds Bank – Newmarket
Sort Code: 30-95-96
Account No: 15974660
Account Name: The Newmarket Festival Community Interest
Please use the reference Covid-19 so this can be recognised.
Alternatively if you would prefer to send a cheque, please make it payable to the Newmarket Festival,
C/o Edmondson Hall Solicitors, 25 Exeter Road, Newmarket, Suffolk, CB8 8AR.
Please write on the back of the cheque Covid-19 Fund.
Could we ask that you email Ali Price notifying her of your donation. If you would like your donation recognised, please can you send your company logo (if applicable) to Ali, this can be used to acknowledge your generous donation on our website and our social media platforms.
We now have a GoFundMe account, please follow the link above where you can donate quickly and easily. Alternatively just search: GoFundMe NewmarketCovid19
If you are self- isolating or need some help during this time, whether it is collecting your shopping, picking up prescriptions, food parcels, or anything else, please contact the Newmarket Town Council helpline who will be able to assist.
Helpline: 01638 667227
Alternatively there is a West Suffolk Council helpline number, Home But Not Alone 0800 876 6926.
To help join together the different groups and bodies that are working to improve Newmarket especially during these uncertain times
The Newmarket Festival has raised thousands of pounds over the years for local charities and groups.
My colleagues and I find it enormously rewarding assisting the students at Newmarket Academy and by funding something that they need, it may just help them to go on and achieve great things.