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Newark: Premises' licence submitted to Newark and Sherwood District Council for sale of alcohol until 4am on weekends at Corn Exchange




A premises’ licence has been submitted for the sale of alcohol until 4am on weekends for the Corn Exchange in Newark.

But the company behind plans to re-open the venue say the proposal focuses on food and entertainment for the family, rather than being a nightclub.

Matt Clark of Corn Exchange Newark Ltd. He is waiting for the verdict from the council about whether he can get a licence to open the club again.
Matt Clark of Corn Exchange Newark Ltd. He is waiting for the verdict from the council about whether he can get a licence to open the club again.

“We are most encouraged by the significant support shown on social media, both for bringing this property back into use, but also offering something of quality for the people of Newark, so that they don’t need to travel out of the town for their hospitality and socialising desires,” said director of Corn Exchange Newark Ltd Matt Clark.



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