Christmas shopping in Newark
Looking for different gift ideas this festive season? Come and see what Newark has on offer from the many independent shops and businesses.
- Quirky presents for mum and dad, sorted
- Christmas wreaths for your front door, no problem
- Sparkly top, you got it
- A visit to see Santa, easy-peasy
- Tasty treats and seasonal bites, yes please
Enjoy a Totally Locally Christmas this year and help support our hard-working local traders – thank you.
It's competition time!
Totally Locally Newark is giving you the chance to win £250 worth of Totally Locally Newark shopping vouchers and here is how get involved:
Get hold of a Totally Locally competition leaflet. The leaflets have been delivered locally around Newark - if you don't have one and want to get involved in this brilliant competition then you can collect a leaflet from the participating shops.
Spend a minimum of £10 in any participating Totally Locally Newark businesses and receive a sticker (1 sticker per transaction).
Collect 5 stickers from 5 different businesses and you're eligible to enter the prize draw.
Once completed, fill in your details (name, phone number and email) and post your completed leaflet in the Totally Locally Post Box in the post office on Paxtons Court by 2 December.
Best of luck and happy shopping!
Spend locally, support our economy
Totally Locally is about opening your eyes to the great independent shops and businesses within Newark and the nearby area.
It's about spending locally and supporting the local economy.
Totally Locally includes a vibrant mix of over 140 local independent businesses to enjoy.
Most of all though it's about people. Great people. People who care about what they do, what they grow, what they make and ultimately the people they sell it to.
Did you know?
If every adult in Newark spent just £5 a week in our independent local shops instead of online or at the big supermarkets it would be worth an extra £5.4 million per year for the local economy, which means more jobs, better facilities and a nicer place for us all to live, work and visit. Makes you think doesn't it?