Newark Book Festival is almost here and it’s making final preparations for a feast of fun-filled family entertainment where imaginative tales, animal friends and super stories spill out of books and across the town’s streets. The festival runs from the Thursday 6th to the Sunday 9th of July and is action-packed with engaging author talks, writing workshops, storytelling sessions and exciting street theatre and, with the return of our fabulous literature village in the Market Place, it all makes for a fun-filled extra-long weekend that all the family will enjoy. “We are thrilled ...
Arrangements for the 2023 Cockpit-Fest are well advanced at Newark Air Museum’s site in eastern Nottinghamshire; close to the border with Lincolnshire. The museum is a registered charity located on part of the former site of RAF Winthorpe; this year’s Cockpit-Fest is once again taking place in its traditional June time-slot; on Saturday 24th & Sunday 25th June, 2023.
This Quintessentially English, Georgian Country home based in Southwell Nottinghamshire are celebrating their achievements, as well as many other talented wedding professionals in the United Kingdom, who attended The Wedding Industry Awards (TWIA) 2023 in London on Wednesday 25th January 2023.
In late summer this year the Newark Air Museum (NAM) took delivery of the Reid and Sigrist (RS) Desford aircraft onto its site in north eastern Nottinghamshire. This was the culmination of months of organisation in association with Leicestershire County Council (LCC), who has transferred ownership of the unique aircraft to the museum; and with Windmill Aviation, who restored the aircraft.
This includes the priority projects highlighted in the Newark Town Investment Plan, which was submitted by the Newark Towns Fund Board and awarded with £25m funding from central government.
Works are underway to transform the mezzanine floor - managed by our partners and building owners Newark and Sherwood District Council who have invited us to take up residence in this wonderful historical building.
Situated behind the Town Hall, Newark Buttermarket was opened in 1884. It was designed as a covered market, sitting on the site of that was originally the ‘Shambles’. The building has seen many changes since the first foundation stone was laid in 1883 and is now poised to play a major role in boosting the town’s retail, cultural and leisure offerings.
Here at Newark Beacon we have a comprehensive range of business accommodation solutions for you to choose from, whether you are an established company or just starting out, we are here to help you.
A family fun day will be held on Saturday 16th July at YMCA Community & Activity Village in Newark, to mark the launch of the brand-new site.