Leicestershire And Rutland Family History Society

  Established 20 September 1974   Reg. Charity No 518870   Member Of The F.F.H.S   ©LRFHS Feb 2015


Leicestershire & Rutland Family History Society

Unit 4B, Pilot House

King Street

Leicester LE1 6RN

Telephone 0116 2857211

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GREATER WIGSTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY


DAY COACH TRIP TO NEWARK

Wednesday 17 May 2017

TO VISIT THE NATIONAL CIVIL WAR CENTRE

Depart Paddock Street 9.15am

Arrive Newark Approx. 10.15am

Price: £17 Per Person

Includes Coach Travel & Entrance to The Museum

Arrive at the National Civil War Centre at 11.00am

Free Time After the Museum Tour Visit

NINETEEN20 CAFÉ-BAR & NATIONAL CIVIL WAR CENTRE SHOP


A FEW THINGS TO DO IN NEWARK

Newark Castle. In a pretty park overlooking the River Trent, the ruins of Newark Castle

 include an impressive Norman gate and a series of underground passages and chambers.

(Admission fee in 2016 £5.00).

 

Old Bakery Tea Rooms. 4 Queen's Rd, Newark NG24 1EL (In Queen’s Head Court).

Everything, including to-die-for scones, is baked fresh on the premises at the

Old Bakery Tea Rooms, housed in an enchanting Hansel and

Gretel–like 15th-century Tudor building.

 

Castle Barge . The Wharf, Newark NG24 1EU (Public House).

Moored on the River Trent overlooking Newark Castle, this former grain barge,

which once plied the waters between Hull and Gainsborough,

is an idyllic spot for a local ale.


Newark Town Hall and Museum & Art Gallery, Market Place, Newark NG24 1DU.

The Museum is housed in the Grade 1 listed Newark Town Hall built in 1776. (Free Admission).


FOR TICKETS CONTACT

secretary@wigstonhistoricalsociety.co.uk