GETTING HERE

However you’re travelling, getting to Newark & Sherwood couldn’t be easier. By road, the A1, A46 and A617 pass through the district, and the M1 is in easy reach. By train, Newark is served by the East Coast Mainline from London in the south and Leeds, Newcastle and Scotland in the north, and by East Midlands trains for travel from Nottingham and Lincoln and other local services. Bus Services and fantastic cycling routes also making travelling around the area easy and convenient.

GETTING HERE

However you’re travelling, getting to Newark & Sherwood couldn’t be easier. By road, the A1, A46 and A617 pass through the district, and the M1 is in easy reach. By train, Newark is served by the East Coast Mainline from London in the south and Leeds, Newcastle and Scotland in the north, and by East Midlands trains for travel from Nottingham and Lincoln and other local services. Bus Services and fantastic cycling routes also making travelling around the area easy and convenient.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

      

GETTING AROUND

Buses

You can plan your bus journeys on the following:

The Sherwood Arrow is a Stagecoach bus service that takes you from Nottingham to Worksop passing many of the local attractions en route.

Traveline

Telephone: 0870 200 2233

Stagecoach

Telephone: 0845 605 0605

Train

East Midlands Trains

(Nottingham to Lincoln)

Telephone: 0845 712 5678

LNER Trains (Newark to London and Edinburgh)

Telephone: 0845 748 4950

Boat

East Midlands Waterways

Telephone: 0303 0404 040

Mon-Fri 10am-12pm

Cycling

Sustrans – national cycle network

Route 6, which is part of the National Cycle Network, runs through Nottinghamshire, from Nottingham to Worksop or Derby. Route 64 goes from Bingham to Lincoln and route 15 from Bingham to Grantham.

Buses

You can plan your bus journeys on the following:

The Sherwood Arrow is a Stagecoach bus service that takes you from Nottingham to Worksop passing many of the local attractions en route.

Traveline

Telephone: 0870 200 2233

Stagecoach

Telephone: 0845 605 0605

Boat
East Midlands Waterways
Telephone: 0303 0404 040
Mon-Fri 10am-12pm

Train

East Midlands Trains

(Nottingham to Lincoln)

Telephone: 0845 712 5678

LNER Trains (Newark to London and Edinburgh)

Telephone: 0845 748 4950

Cycling
Sustrans – national cycle network
Route 6, which is part of the National Cycle Network, runs through Nottinghamshire, from Nottingham to Worksop or Derby. Route 64 goes from Bingham to Lincoln and route 15 from Bingham to Grantham.

More information on public transport and accessible transport can be found on Nottinghamshire County Council’s website.

 

GETTING ONLINE

Where can I get free wifi?

Areas that benefit from free wifi include:

  • Appletongate, Newark
  • Bridge Street, Newark
  • Newark Castle grounds
  • Market square, Newark

How can I use free wifi?

  1. Check your device’s wifi is switched on and select O2 from the network list.
  2. Open browser and follow registration instructions.
  3. Welcome page will appear and you are connected.

Once you’ve signed-up, that’s it. No passwords or usernames are necessary. Every time you come into an O2 WiFi area, you’ll be connected automatically.

What’s more, it doesn’t eat into your mobile’s data allowance. And you don’t even have to be an O2 customer to use it.

 

Can’t find what you need? Contact our Visitor Information Centre who’ll be happy to help you.

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VISIT NEWARK

Newark is the quintessential English market town. Home to the National Civil War Centre, stunning riverside Castle where King John died in 1216, a thriving, cobbled Market Place overlooked by its Georgian Town Hall, Newark offers an experience of English History through the ages alongside a tempting array of shops, cafes and charming pubs

 

 

VISIT SHERWOOD FOREST

Known for its ancient woodlands, wide range of outdoor activities and legendary association with Robin Hood and his Merry Men, Sherwood Forest offers something for everyone and its beautiful country parks, villages and natural wildlife habitats.

 

 

VISIT SOUTHWELL

Picturesque Southwell is often referred to as 'the jewel in Nottinghamshire's crown'. Explore Southwell Minster, renowned for its twin 'pepperpot' towers, The Archbishop's Palace and The Workhouse as well as the choice of independent shops and tearooms.

 
VISIT NEWARK

Newark is the quintessential English market town. Home to the National Civil War Centre, stunning riverside Castle where King John died in 1216, a thriving, cobbled Market Place overlooked by its Georgian Town Hall, Newark offers an experience of English History through the ages alongside a tempting array of shops, cafes and charming pubs

 

 

VISIT SHERWOOD FOREST

Known for its ancient woodlands, wide range of outdoor activities and legendary association with Robin Hood and his Merry Men, Sherwood Forest offers something for everyone and its beautiful country parks, villages and natural wildlife habitats.

 

 

VISIT SOUTHWELL

Picturesque Southwell is often referred to as 'the jewel in Nottinghamshire's crown'. Explore Southwell Minster, renowned for its twin 'pepperpot' towers, The Archbishop's Palace and The Workhouse as well as the choice of independent shops and tearooms.

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