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Work to safeguard future of Newark's most historic buildings, Corn Exchange and the Olde White Hart, could begin thanks to Historic England money

Work to safeguard the future of two of Newark’s most prominent and historic buildings could begin thanks to money from Historic England.

As lead partner on the High Streets Heritage Action Zone programme, Newark and Sherwood District Council worked with Historic England to develop schemes that will transform and restore disused and dilapidated buildings into new homes, shops, workplaces and community spaces.

Newark is one of 12 areas to benefit from the Historic England government-funded programme that aims to give them a new lease of life and help recover from declining footfall and the blow dealt by the covid-19 pandemic.

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