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Welcome to Newark-on-Trent, a market town on the river Trent in Nottinghamshire. Steeped in history and heritage, there are lots of things to see and do for the whole family to enjoy.

With exciting career opportunities in nearby Mansfield and Nottingham, plenty of good and outstanding OFSTED primary and secondary schools to choose from, Newark is a brilliant place for both professionals and families to call home.

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Things to do

With a huge selection of things to do in Newark-on-Trent, plenty of historic sights to see and family-friendly activities and attractions, there’s fun to be had in this Nottinghamshire town.

The ancient ruins of 12th century Newark Castle are a must see. Take a stroll around the landscaped grounds and travel back in time as you discover the region’s turbulent past.

Admire the Georgian architecture of Newark Town Hall Museum which stands tall above the town. Explore the magnificent rooms with high, coved ceilings and browse the fine art by local artists as well as historic relics on the second floor.

For a day of puzzles, riddles and fun, head to Kelham Hall Maize. Try and find your way out, solving riddles along the way, for a truly fun, exciting day out. There is an adjoining tearoom for when you need a break from thinking and want to look out over the stunning countryside.


Whether you’re looking for unique one off items or the latest fashion trends, Newark-on-Trent is a great place for some retail therapy.

Saint Mark’s Place is the shopping centre where you’ll find high street favourites including New Look, WHSmiths, Claire’s and Millets. There are also several food outlets for when you need to stop and refuel.

Tucked behind the town hall you’ll find Newark Buttermarket, a historic marketplace. Shop here for unique items, from fashion and jewellery to gifts and antiques in a beautiful and ornate setting.

There are several small and large supermarkets in town, all within good distance of each other, making the weekly shop simple and hassle-free.


Commuting to work or visiting friends and family elsewhere in the UK and beyond? Newark isn’t short of transport options.

Newark Northgate Station offers services to London Kings Cross, Edinburgh, and York, which all link to other major cities in the UK.

Encircled by major A roads, including the A1(M) means great links to the North and South of the country, making travelling by car hassle-free.

For those wanting to travel further afield, East Midlands Airport is just over an hour away by car.


Whether you like comfort food in cosy pubs, elegant British dining in modern surrounds, classic BBQ joins with personality or want to take a culinary trip around the world, Newark has something to suit every taste and pocket.

OK Diner, just off the A1 by Newark, will transport you to 1950s America, with is retro interiors, classic burgers, all day breakfast and unlimited coffee. Come here for delicious food, friendly service, and a fun dining experience.

After a leisurely ramble around nearby Southwell, head to The Beck at Caunton, a traditional country pub overlooking a picturesque stream and serving up impeccable modern British dishes. Highlights include the Lincolnshire sausages and mash, locally sourced lamb tagine and ribeye steak with twice cooked chips.

For the best curry in town, book a table at Ashiana Indian and Bangladeshi restaurant. Expect to find your favourite dishes including Tandoori Chicken, Lamb Pasanda, and super spicy Vindaloo along with friendly service on the menu here. There is even a hotel upstairs, so out of towners and those in need of a nap can rest their head after a delicious meal.

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