Find a list below of some useful links to local attractions easily accessible from Ivy Farm.
Where to Stay, What to do, Where to eat in Newark-on-Trent.
Information about their annual show, showground, with events list, history and membership details.
Lincolnshire Antiques + Home Show
Recognised as the largest in Europe the show is held every two months at the 200 acre picturesque Lincoln Showground.
Lincoln Cathedral is one of the finest gothic buildings in Europe. Here you will find information about its past history, its present activities and our hopes for its future.
The community, activities, future plans and past history of this Cathedral parish church. Includes photographic tour, organs, choir and education programme.
Idyllic walks with amazing scenery and wildlife, all nestled amongst the remnants of Clumber’s grand past.
Newark Golf Course
Newark Golf Club is a picturesque Members Golf Club on the Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire border.
Southwell Race Course
A unique leisure venue for all-weather and jump horse racing, events, private parties, corporate hospitality, conferences and weddings.
Newark Air Museum
The official website of the Newark Air Museum, which currently displays 68 aircraft and cockpit sections from across the history of aviation.
Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre
The only place in the UK where you can ride in a Lancaster Bomber.
Discover a city and county full of surprises. Nottinghamshire has lots to offer from culture to technology, discover this wonderful county for yourself.
Eden Hall Day Spa
eden hall day spa Nottinghamshire provide the most luxurious treatments to fulfil your pampering needs, from rejuvenating facials to invigorating massages.
National Civil War Museum
National Civil War Museum Newark.
Championship show ground to British Show Jumping Association’s regional and national championships.
Oakridge Quarter Horses
oakridge quarter horses, quarter horses, western riding, western horsemanship, stallion, quarter horse stallions, quarter horse for sale.
Restoration country house built in 1685-88. National Trust property page with information about opening times and facilities.