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Newark's Corn Exchange could be mothballed again as creative plans for its future use fail to curry favour with district council's licensing panel




A bid to have Newark's Corn Exchange brought back into use and licensed until 4.30am on weekends has been thrown out ­— a decision that could see the historic listed building mothballed again.

The request for a 4.30am close was refused by district councillors sitting on a licensing panel who heard evidence for and against the extension to operating hours that included representation it's multi-use leisure usage could fall by the wayside without it.

Exterior view of Newark Corn Exchange building. 110320DD2-5. (31894688)
Exterior view of Newark Corn Exchange building. 110320DD2-5. (31894688)

Newark and Sherwood District Council has yet to formally reveal what it decided publicly or the reasons for it, leaving the applicant to react on social media.



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