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Covid-19 Update 

Following the government's guidelines, we will reopen on the 12th April 2021.

We look forward to welcoming old and new customers.

If you should need any information please email the centre and we will be happy to help.

As ever will be adhering to the measures of protecting our customers and our dealers.

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Tel. +441636 605504

email: newarkantiquescentre@yahoo.co.uk

Monday - Saturday   09.30 - 17.00

Sunday and Bank Holidays  11.00 - 16:00 

 

Our dealers

Include a wide range of experts

in their field

 

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The Newark Antiques Centre is one of the largest and busiest antique centres in the region. Situated in the heart of the historic Newark-on-Trent, one of the UK's best known centres of the antiques trade. 

The Newark Antiques Centre is a much loved and respected source for dealers and the public alike and especially loved with international collectors.

Established in 1988, the centre is situated in a former chapel and schoolroom, the Newark Independent Congregational chapel. The chapel was completed in 1823 and is a building steeped in history. 

HOW TO FIND US

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BY BUS

Any bus that stops or terminates at Newark Bus Station will bring you closest to us. Once off the bus simply head straight out the doors and across the road.

BY CAR

Our full address is Regents House, Lombard St, Newark NG24 1XP.

We have car parking facilities at the centre, however on busy days these spaces may be limited.  There is a NCP car park less than 200 yards from our centre.

BY TRAIN

Our nearest station is Newark Castle, a 10 minute walk away.

Once off your train head towards the castle, follow the road and bear left.

We are just around the corner on your left!

If you are coming from Newark North Gate it is  20 minute walk.

Head straight down Appleton Gate, continue on the same road to Carter Gate. Once you reach Beaumond Cross, head right and you will find us on your right.

What You Can Find

Our dealers include a wide range of experts in their field who have a large selection of antiques and collectables housed in a Regency Congregational chapel built in 1823. 
This lovely building has 55 stalls and 80 cabinets, all selling a wide range of:
Victorian, Edwardian, Period Furniture
Antiquarian Books
Vintage Textiles
French Painted Furniture
Ironmongery
Porcelain and Ceramics
Bijouterie
Lighting
Coins, Medals and Militaria
Soft Furnishings
Silver, Copper and Brass
Silver and Gold Jewellery
Interior Design Items
Glassware
Pine Furniture
Paintings
Silver Plate