CallConnect Area Guide
Kesteven & Newark (Notts)
Kesteven and Newark CallConnect operates six-days-a-week: 7am-7pm, Monday-Friday, and 7:30am-6:30pm on Saturdays. Our vehicles are fully accessible and a tail lift is available to accommodate mobility aids, enabling all to travel. CallConnect in Kesteven and Newark has a large operating area from Coleby to Allington and includes Downtown Shopping Centre, Caythorpe, Long Bennington, Bassingham, Temple Bruer and Stubton.
CallConnect does not offer town journeys within Newark.
Carlton Le Moorland
Gonerby Moor -Downtown
Hough on the Hill
Thorpe on the Hill
Witham St Hughs
Newark is a large, historic market town situated in Nottinghamshire but close to many Lincolnshire villages whose residents access the town for essential services. It is located close to the A1 north-south trunk road and the A46 bypasses the town, one of the reasons it is a popular base for commuters. In addition to road connections, Newark has plenty of rail connectivity with two train stations: Newark Northgate with the London-Edinburgh East Coast mainline and Newark Castle with connections to Nottingham and Lincoln.
In addition to a wealth of transport options, Newark has a long and interesting history dating back to its inclusion in the Domesday Book. The town, located beside the River Trent, grew around Newark Castle and has a large market place and many historic buildings. The town has established Wednesday and Saturday markets which were established around 1156. The prime industries in Newark in the last hundred years have been the manufacture of clothing, bearings, pumps, agricultural machinery and pine furniture, and the refining of sugar. British Sugar still has one of its sugar beet processing factories to the north of the town.
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