A large crowd saw the Vulcan perform a special flypast over Newark Air Museum on Saturday afternoon.
On June 12 two local community groups, Voices Choir and Newark and Sherwood Concert Band, came together to perform A Summer Concert for the community of Balderton (and further afield) at The Salvation Army Centre, Balderton.
We would like to express our thanks to everyone involved as the evening proved very successful.
Thanks go to the audience for their generosity in raising funds for Prostate Cancer UK. We are pleased to announce that £400 was raised for this charity.
The choir and band would also like to thank the audience for the appreciation that was shown as everyone seemed to enjoy themselves.
Linda and Richard Birch, on behalf of Voices and Newark and Sherwood Concert Band.
This year’s Newark Festival has been hailed as the most successful since the event returned in 2012. Headline act Boyzone proved they are as popular as ever with fans descending on Riverside Park in their thousands on Saturday.
Equally pleasing was the big turn-out for Sunday’s free family fun day, held alongside Newark Carnival.
There is little doubt the festival is becoming a well-established event that creates a distinct feel-good factor and buzz about the town.
Newark is gaining a well-deserved reputation for its festival and the many other events and attractions in the town and surrounding area and more people seem to be coming in from nearby towns and cities.