Holocaust Centre

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Holocaust Centre: When you come to the Centre, you can: visit our museum and exhibitions at your leisure, learn about the Holocaust and other 20th-century genocides, enjoy the memorial gardens, view relevant films, listen to guest speakers (subject to timing and availability), find out more about the Centres origins and activities, browse in the bookshop, unwind and reflect in the coffee lounge and on the patio.

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When travelling from London, the recommended route is the A1. Leave at the Tuxford junction and follow signs to Ollerton on the A6075. Go through Kirton village and then take a left turn after half a mile at the sign post for the Centre.
The Centre is a large farmhouse on the right as you travel towards Laxton Village from Ollerton, and is surrounded by pine trees. The gates may be closed; if so, please ring the bell for attention.


Nearest train stations are Newark Northgate or Retford.


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Address: The Holocaust Centre, Laxton, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG22 0PA, UK
Phone: +44 1623 836627
Email: office@bethshalom.com

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