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NEWARK ON TRENT
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See World War II Newark, on film.

film - See World War II Newark, on film. [A Thing To Do Today] Price: Free Time: 15 mins
Following cattle as they are driven into Newark market - "it is, above everything, the centre of the life of the countryside" - the British Council film 'Market Town', made in 1942, is a documentary set in Newark, describing British life to an international audience, as well as showing that the town is surviving during the Second World War. See it online today.
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NEWARK ON TRENT
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE
53.06667, -0.81667


Sunrise: 07:39
Sunset: 15:59
Weather: light rain, 13°C max, 12°C min


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