Antiques Shops in Newark
Newark Antiques Centre
A unique place to visit
The Newark Antiques Centre is one of the largest and busiest antiques centres in the region. Situated in the heart of historic Newark-on-Trent, one of the UK‚s best-known centres of the antique trade, the Newark Antiques Centre is a much-loved and respected source for dealers and the public alike and especially beloved with international collectors.
Established in 1988, the Centre is situated in a former chapel and schoolroom, the Newark Independent Congregational Chapel, a building itself steeped in history. To learn more about this historic building, please click here. Since 2006 the Newark Antique Centre has been run by Jon Parry and Steve Jones who have a long-established business as The Phoenix Experience.
Our newsletter will keep you up-to-date with what is going on at the Newark Antiques Centre. EMAIL here to read our latest newsletter or to subscribe to receive a regular update by email.
Our friendly tea rooms serve a mouth-watering selection of home-made cakes, pastries and lunches, plus afternoon teas and specialities of the house.
International facilities for our overseas dealers and customers We have long-established relationships with many international dealers and have facilities on hand to help you with your requirements, including language services and recommended shipping organisations.
Other shops in Newark
Peppermint Photography (Photography/Photographers)
Pendred Hairdressing (Hair & Beauty)
Alexander Damian Ltd (Food & Drink)
Argos (High Street)
Hadleys Fine Quality Meat (Farm)
Hobson & Co (Shoes)
Ollerton Aquarium & Pet Store (Pets)
Next (High Street)
Carphone Warehouse (Mobile Phones)
White Post Farm Shop (Food & Drink)
John Hopkinson (Shoes)
Shelton Lodge (Food & Drink)
The Craft Chain (Crafts)
Wonderland Garden Centre (Garden)
Thorntons (Food & Drink)
Halfords (Outdoor Pursuits)
Burton Menswear (High Street)
Sally Mitchell Fine (Art)
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