In addition to four bedrooms, the property has four reception rooms, a breakfast kitchen, two en-suites, and a family bathroom.
This beautifully-presented home is on a substantial plot and has adaptable accommodation.
The latest book by a district writer mixes humour and history in a tale of adventure in the Americas.
Saxophonist Jess Gillam will be at The HopBarn as part of her continuing support of the Awards for Young Musicians.
ClubYouth aims to give youngsters a safe and sociable space to meet and enjoy themselves.
Envelopes Ltd, which has a site on Bowbridge Road, is going green, and urging customers to do the same.
Richard Brighton from History Squad visited Caythorpe Primary School to teach the pupils about Ancient Egypt.
A village memorial that honours those who fought and died in the first world war has been restored 100 years after it was built.
A housebuilder has donated high-visibility jackets to help keep children safe.
Money raised at a charity fashion show has been presented to Beaumond House Community Hospice, Newark.
As the least artistic person I know, I have always shied away from tackling anything remotely creative.
A teenager has been recognised for the way he has overcome barriers to become a valued community volunteer.
Anyone whose child is due to start school for the first time in September 2020 can apply up until January 15, 2020.
Independent production company Balloon Entertainment are delighted at the success of an open casting in Newark.
A workshop about how to re-purpose single-use plastics was organised by environmental campaigner Alexandra Abraham.
A Newark-born artist who went on to live a life of poverty in Guernsey is featured in a new exhibition at Newark Town Hall Museum.
A company that provides supported living services for adults has marked the work of its employees with an awards ceremony.
The picture, by Scarlett Riley, 2, who attends Appleton Day Nursery, Newark, features a cheerful Santa.
A modern three-storey town house with delightful views across the River Trent is for sale with Jon Brambles of Newark
A charity is holding its second Santa run to raise money for its work supporting people with learning disabilities.