Palace House Stables, Newmarket

I have been part of a research team working on a fascinating project run by Suffolk Archives.  It was inspired by the memoir of Fritz Ball, a German Jewish refugee who lived in Newmarket from 1939 to 1942.  Fritz and his wife, Eva, lived alongside other Jewish refugees at Palace House Stables, which is today part of the National Horseracing Museum.

The project has uncovered the stories of these refugees and is sharing them with a wider audience through music, dance, exhibitions and printed resources for schools.

Here is the link to the online version of the exhibition originally held at the National Horseracing Museum in Newmarket