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There are now more ways to keep up-to-date with news, events and activities in Newark and Sherwood.
Twitter is an instant messaging service which allows you to ‘tweet’ in 140 characters or less to people who subscribe as your ‘follower’. Followers can view these updates on their own Twitter pages or have them sent to their mobile phones.
You can also follow:
Palace Theatre, Newark
Newark and Sherwood's museum service
Newark Museum and National Civil War Centre
Vicar Water Country Park
Facebook is the most popular social networking site, with more than 500 million people signed up.
If you've picked up any of our leaflets or brochures recently, you may have seen this square barcode and wondered what it is. This is known as a QR Code and you will start to see these more on booklets, posters, brochures and more.
QR codes (Quick Response Codes) work in a similar way to a bar code, but allow you to access information straight from your smartphone. A smartphone is an advanced mobile phone, which allows you access to the internet, emails and install applications (commonly called 'apps').
Each QR Code will link you to a webpage on our website or to any of our social media sites
Why not have ago?
It’s simple, just follow the steps below:
You can try this code as a starting point!
This is a mobile and web platform that allows you to record and share audio for your friends, family or the rest of the world to hear. The council will be using Audioboo to release sound recordings, usually of councillors, talking about council business, decisions, policies or schemes, which we feel you might be interested in, and would like to hear people talking about.
You can follow NSDCouncil through your own Audioboo account. Alternatively, you can use the media player below to listen to recent recordings, known as 'boos' or you can listen to recordings which we share with our followers through Twitter.