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Work begins on Newark's new fire station




Standing outside the current station are, from left, firefighter Julian Dunlop, firefighter Mark Sheen, crew manager John Fox, firefighter Graham Chapman.
Standing outside the current station are, from left, firefighter Julian Dunlop, firefighter Mark Sheen, crew manager John Fox, firefighter Graham Chapman.

Demolition work has started at Newark Fire Station.

It marks the start of a 12-month construction process, with the red brick buildings to the left of the station’s appliance bay taken down to make way for a new station and training tower.

The service obtained planning permission to re-build the station towards the end of last year. The project will cost just over £3.1m.


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