Newark Town Council and Newark and Sherwood District Council have partnered with the nationally renowned Teenage Market Company to bring the market to Newark on Sunday 19 September 2021 at The Wharf car park in Newark between 10am and 4pm.
The new Community and Activity Village complex is the YMCA’s impressive flagship project in Newark, based on Lord Hawke way off Bowbridge Road and, is already home to athletic track, a multi-use games area and two 3G football pitches.
Newark Air Museum is on the road to reopening, opening the external displays at the museum on three days per week, typically Friday, Saturday and Sunday; this started in April, (with the option to switch from Friday to Monday on 3 May for the May Day Bank Holiday Weekend). This will be at a reduced admission rate to reflect the reduced number of exhibits that can be seen.
Newark-on-Trent is arguably one of Nottinghamshire’s most popular towns, offering a strong community hub, excellent amenities and transport links, and an impressive historical record. Its majestic castle, cattle market, antiques scene, marina and historic market square are renowned highlights. It stands on the River Trent, alongside the A1 North and South connections, the A46, and the East Coast Main Line railway, with two train stations. The recreational river scene is still buoyant with the locks a busy gateway for boats, and if you opt for the train you can be in Leeds or London in aroun...
Newark and Sherwood District Council is calling on more people to nominate members of their local community for national honours to recognise those who have committed themselves to serving and helping Britain.