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Founder member of Newark Sports Association steps down

Founder member of Newark Sports Association steps down

Founder member of Newark Sports Association steps down

10 August 2020

Charles Lawrence, former chairman of the Charles Lawrence Group, has worked for seven years as a director with the organisation.


Firm offers flexible working for staff

Firm offers flexible working for staff

Firm offers flexible working for staff

10 August 2020

A recruitment and training company is offering its staff flexible working after re-opening its offices following the coronavirus lockdown.


Support our Newark businesses in Shop Local Week

Support our Newark businesses in Shop Local Week

Support our Newark businesses in Shop Local Week

10 August 2020

Shoppers in Newark and Sherwood have been urged to do their bit and take part in Shop Local Week to help local businesses rebuild after the pandemic.

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Europe's largest antiques fair returns to Newark next week

Europe's largest antiques fair returns to Newark next week

Europe's largest antiques fair returns to Newark next week

09 August 2020

The event, which usually attracts thousands of people, will be held at Newark Showground on Thursday and Friday of next week.


Community and activity village in Newark hopes for slice of £25m pie

Community and activity village in Newark hopes for slice of £25m pie

Community and activity village in Newark hopes for slice of £25m pie

08 August 2020

The YMCA Community and Activity Village, on Lord Hawke Way, forms part of Newark Towns Fund Board’s application for government money.


All Bakkavor employees to be tested for covid after spike in cases

All Bakkavor employees to be tested for covid after spike in cases

All Bakkavor employees to be tested for covid after spike in cases

07 August 2020

"If we needed to close, of course we would take that action." - Bakkavor


Fair trade firm to make a move into Newark's Buttermarket this month

Fair trade firm to make a move into Newark's Buttermarket this month

Fair trade firm to make a move into Newark's Buttermarket this month

07 August 2020

A family-run firm is bringing its ethically-sourced and fair trade products to the historic town centre building this month.


Play café launches bear hunt around Newark town centre

Play café launches bear hunt around Newark town centre

Play café launches bear hunt around Newark town centre

07 August 2020

BeanBlock, in St Mark’s Place, has organised its own BeanBear Hunt to try and help revive Newark’s economy following the coronavirus pandemic.

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Plans for internationally-significant supply and logistics zone in Newark drawn up

Plans for internationally-significant supply and logistics zone in Newark drawn up

Plans for internationally-significant supply and logistics zone in Newark drawn up

07 August 2020

The Smart Innovation, Supply Chain and Logistics Enterprise Zone (SiSCLog) proposal is part of Newark's Towns Fund bid to the government.

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Fledgling accounting firm celebrates award shortlisting

Fledgling accounting firm celebrates award shortlisting

Fledgling accounting firm celebrates award shortlisting

07 August 2020

Accountants Francesca Tricarico and Charlotte Wilson launched Future Cloud Accounting in April of last year and were overwhelmed to be shortlisted.


M&S store to be redeveloped as part of Newark's Towns Fund bid

M&S store to be redeveloped as part of Newark's Towns Fund bid

M&S store to be redeveloped as part of Newark's Towns Fund bid

07 August 2020

Key to the turnaround of Newark's Town Funds bid is the former Marks and Spencer store on Stodman Street.

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Residents of pedestriansed street 'aggressively confronted' by locals

Residents of pedestriansed street 'aggressively confronted' by locals

Residents of pedestriansed street 'aggressively confronted' by locals

06 August 2020

King Street residents in Southwell said they were endlessly being confronted aggressively in the road by locals when driving to access their homes.


Newark bike repair shop applauds government's £50 voucher scheme

Newark bike repair shop applauds government's £50 voucher scheme

Newark bike repair shop applauds government's £50 voucher scheme

06 August 2020

Simon Lile, joint-owner of Newark Cycles, on Baldertongate, said it was an excellent idea.


Tickets now on sale for Newark Business Awards

Tickets now on sale for Newark Business Awards

Tickets now on sale for Newark Business Awards

06 August 2020

The black-tie ceremony is due to take place at Newark Showground on October 22.


Jenrick warns Newarkers to follow guidance as covid cluster 'circulates' in the community

Jenrick warns Newarkers to follow guidance as covid cluster 'circulates' in the community

Jenrick warns Newarkers to follow guidance as covid cluster 'circulates' in the community

06 August 2020

The Newark MP has warned the public to stick to coronavirus guidance after eight cases were reported at the Bakkavor Dessert Factory on Jessop Way.

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Tech retailer in Newark to axe 800 jobs

Tech retailer in Newark to axe 800 jobs

Tech retailer in Newark to axe 800 jobs

06 August 2020

High street tech retailer Dixons Carphone is to cut 800 jobs after a decision to change the way its stores are managed.


Concerns prompt glamping campsite rejection

Concerns prompt glamping campsite rejection

Concerns prompt glamping campsite rejection

05 August 2020

The application would have seen sustainable wigwam campsite created for horse riders and tourists.


WH Smith to slash up to 1,500 jobs amid ‘slow’ Covid-19 recovery

WH Smith to slash up to 1,500 jobs amid ‘slow’ Covid-19 recovery

WH Smith to slash up to 1,500 jobs amid ‘slow’ Covid-19 recovery

05 August 2020

WH Smith is planning to cut up to 1,500 jobs as bosses said its recovery from the Covid-19 lockdown has been “slow”.


1,100 PizzaExpress jobs at risk as chain eyes around 67 closures

1,100 PizzaExpress jobs at risk as chain eyes around 67 closures

1,100 PizzaExpress jobs at risk as chain eyes around 67 closures

04 August 2020

The chain's Newark branch only re-opened last week since temporarily closing on March 23 in line with government guidelines.


Vandals target flower beds in Newark once again

Vandals target flower beds in Newark once again

Vandals target flower beds in Newark once again

04 August 2020

The district council is appealing for witnesses after the flowers were ripped from the planters on Bridge Street and Cartergate overnight on Sunday.

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