Newark Odinist Temple's Address and Contact Details
Feel free to write to the priest-in-charge at the Newark Odinist Temple, Bede House Court, Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire NG24 1PU.
If you wish to arrange a visit to the Temple, you may also e-mail the priest-in-charge on firstname.lastname@example.org, letting us know the date and time you wish to visit, so that we can then confirm the arrangement.
Or you may ring on 07497 436268. If you leave a message, please include an e-mail address for us to reply to.
For information about the Odinist Fellowship, its teachings and activities, please write to the Odinist Fellowship, B.M. Edda, London WC1N 3XX, and request a free, explanatory booklet. (This offer is available only within the British Isles.) You may also view our website at www.odinistfellowship.co.uk.
Travelling to Newark-on-Trent
Newark-on-Trent is well connected by road and rail routes. Newark is on the A1 (the Great North Road) and close to the M1 motorway. By train from London King’s Cross station it is a one-and-a-half hour journey. Trains from London arrive at Newark Northgate station. Trains from Leicester, Nottingham or Lincoln arrive at Newark Castle station.
To reach us from Newark Northgate station, proceed down Appletongate, which is the road facing the station, to make your way towards the town centre. The market place is a fifteen minutes’ walk.
If you arrive at Newark Castle station, a ten minutes’ walk away, cross the bridge by Newark Castle and go down Kirkgate towards the parish church; the market place will be on your right.
There are many interesting sites to visit in and around Newark, including its famous castle on the river Trent, the lively market, the newly opened National Civil War Museum, and the Queen’s Sconce. So if you are planning a longer stay and require details of local hotels or bed and breakfast accommodation, and for all tourist information, write to the Newark Visitor Information Centre at 14 Appletongate, Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire NG24 1JY; or contact them by telephone on 01636 655765 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Directions to the Newark Odinist Temple
From Newark market square, standing with your back to the Town Hall, you will see a street leading out of the square towards the east, which is Bridge Street. At the end of this short street you will see a white building, housing Boyes, the hardware shop. There is a street running either side of Boyes. Take the street on the left-hand side of Boyes. This street is called Barnbygate. Passing by the Rutland Arms on your left, take the first turning from the left out of Barnbygate. This is Bede House Lane. You will immediately see the distinctive outline of the Temple about ten yards down on your right.
Charity Commission Information
The Newark Odinist Temple Trust, which manages and runs the Temple, is registered as a religious charity with the Charity Commission under charity number 1169576.
The Odinist Fellowship is also registered with the Charity Commission as a religious charity. It was, in fact, the first pagan religious charity to gain charitable registration, which we achieved in February 1988. Our charity registration number is 298688. To check our charity details on the Charity Commission’s website, view www.charitycommission.gov.uk, or write to them at P.O. Box 1227, Liverpool L69 3UG.
We are also registered as a religious charity with the Scottish charity regulator, whose address is Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator, 2nd Floor, Quadrant House, 9 Riverside Derive, Dundee DD1 4NY. You can check our charity data with them at www.oscr.org.uk under our Scottish registration no. SC040716.