“Oh I do like to be beside the seaside….” the beginning of an age old favourite that rings true on these balmy summer days. Rather than taking time out of your day travelling to the coast, the team at Love Newmarket BID thought they’d bring the fun of the seaside to Newmarket for one day only!
Love Newmarket BID’s Life’s a Beach event is running on Saturday 22nd July between 10am and 4pm. There is going to be so much to see and do you’ll be glad you can stay all day!
There’ll be a real sandy beach by the clocktower, a surf simulator at the Guineas and traditional beachside entertainment; from Punch and Judy performances to Samba dancing, street entertainment and even special guests flying in. Spend some time taking a selfie with Love Newmarket BID’s GIANT deckchair and enter our competition – where the winner will bag £100. Not only that – why not get it printed at MyFotoShop on the High Street, who are offering a 50% discount on all Life’s A Beach associated photographs taken and processed on the day!
The Urban Beach with bucket & spades to make sand castles and deck chairs to sit on.
A Punch & Judy show- shows start at 10am
The Giant Deckchair- Enter our selfie competition with the Giant Deck chair #nktbeach for a chance to win £100.
Additional normal sized Deckchairs to sit on.
Samba Dancers & drummers performing at set times throughout the day from 10am, and will be handing out Hawaiian lei.
Look out for the leaflets coming through your door leading up to the event with a special voucher from Deep Blue fish and chip shop offering a cone of chips for FREE.
The itinerary is as follows:
Walking Tour Only – £12
The two hour tour starts at 9.00am at the top of the high street by the Bill Tutte Memorial, the tour will take in sights of historical interest including Palace House, the Jockey Club Rooms, All Saints Church and Tattersalls.
Walking Tour and Breakfast £22
The two hour tour starts at 9.00am at the top of the high street by the Bill Tutte Memorial, the tour will take in sights of historical interest including Palace House, the Jockey Club Rooms, All Saints Church and Tattersalls. This tour will conclude at Nancy’s Tea Shop where walkers will enjoy Nancy’s Delicious breakfast tier.
History and Heritage Tour, Breakfast and National Heritage Centre – £35.
The two hour tour starts at 9.00am at the top of the high street by the Bill Tutte Memorial, the tour will take in sights of historical interest including Palace House, the Jockey Club Rooms, All Saints Church and Tattersalls. This tour also includes a Breakfast Tier at Nancy’s Tea Shop. Then onto the National Heritage Centre for Horse Racing & Sporting Art and a chance to meet former racehorses and learn what they do after racing, in the flagship home of Retraining of Racehorses.
9am at the Bill Tutte Memorial on 22nd July.
call 0344 748 9200 or visit www.discovernewmarket.co.uk for more information.
Ice cream van
Market stalls including-
The Shake Bar – @ Coffee & Co,
Fish Burwell – selling muscles,
QD – selling buckets and spades,
Waitrose – selling strawberries & cream,
Scribbles – Artisan gifts.
Lifeguard Duo performers.
A Human Statue outside My Fotoshop
Take photos of the Life’s a Beach event and receive 50% off photo processing on the day with My Fotoshop.
A Fortune Teller on the High Street from 11am to 3pm.
Surf Simulator from 10am to 4pm.
Look out for our event staff dressed in beach costumes and our Free Love Newmarket sticks of rock. And Ranger Ed who will be around all day.
To cap it all – there will be an ice cream van, a milk shake shack offering food and drink to satisfy even the hungriest sandcastle builders, cockles and muscles from FISH Burwell and many other street stalls all set up to give you all the fun of seaside in town.
Do knot your hankies and bring your buckets and spades to Life’s a Beach in Newmarket on Saturday,22nd July!
Prestigious prize for museums
Important bloodstock dispersal sales in Europe.
Early Opening Hours
Exclusive Racing Tour
The Spa at Bedford Lodge
What’s On – Spring Season 2017
ESPA at The Spa
at the QIPCO Guineas Festival
Gods of Sport
Significant loan from the British Museum
Talk of the