A community project has been launched in a bid to improve and rejuvenate a town footpath.
Newmarket Town Council has joined forces with a number of local organisations, including The Racing Centre, to work on the Yellow Brick Road, which links the centre of Newmarket with Studlands Park.
The first event for the community will be a litter pick where The Racing Centre will be working with Keep Britain Tidy to organise a tidy-up along sections of the path.
The finer details
Date: Saturday 17 July
Location: Studlands Social Club or Noel Murless Bridge
- Limited PPE will be available on the day and volunteers are encouraged to bring their own gloves. High-viz vests will be readily available.
- We will provide black refuse bags and have dedicated litter collection points to drop off bags, these will be clearly marked and marshaled on the day.
- Due to current covid regulations, we are still required to maintain social distancing although masks will not be mandatory unless you cannot maintain a 2m distance to fellow volunteers. Covid marshalls will be out on the day.
- PPE will be signed in and out on the day as this has been loaned
Further details will be distributed on the day during a full briefing prior to the event.
If you are happy to volunteer a couple of hours this Saturday, sign up here.