Contact Us

We love to hear from people! So if there is anything we can help you with, whether it is a question you have, an appointment you’d like to make, an event you’d like to attend or a speaker you’d like to invite then please do use any of the following ways to contact us.

If you would like to contact someone at CMJ UK, please use the below information:

Phone: 01623 883960

Email: enquiries@cmj.org.uk

Or write to:

CMJ UK

Eagle Lodge

Hexgreave Hall Business Park

Farnsfield

Nottinghamshire

NG22 8LS

Visiting CMJ UK

We are situated on the main A617, just 12 miles north of Nottingham, 8 miles west of Newark and 6 miles east of Mansfield with easy access from the A1 and M1.

If you have satnav, please use postcode NG22 8LS.

Please approach along the A617, rather than via Farnsfield as that lane has a code accessed gate. Turn by the red signs showing all the organisations at Hexgreave Business Park.

Follow the road up the hill.

When at the top of the hill take the 2nd right and Eagle Lodge is the first building on the left.

The entrance is to the right of the garage doors.

There is overflow parking opposite the turning in the right and a café on the site open from 8.30am to 3.00pm.

Disabled toilets can accessed at Hexgreave Hall, via the rear entrance.

Rail Services

Newark Northgate station, just 12 miles away is on the high speed East Coast mainline, and provides direct services from London Kings Cross (1hour 20mins) and Edinburgh (3 hours).

Airports

Both East Midlands and Doncaster Robin Hood Airports are just an hour’s drive away providing a range of domestic and international flights.

Local Amenities

Beth Shalom is a Holocaust memorial centre near Laxton in Nottinghamshire in England. Opened in 1995, it is England’s only dedicated Holocaust museum, though there is also a permanent exhibition at London’s Imperial War Museum. The centre was founded by brothers James and Stephen Smith following a 1991 visit to Israel during which a trip to Yad Vashem changed the way they looked at history and the Holocaust.

The village of Farnsfield offers a range of shops including a butcher, greengrocer, post office, two public houses providing meals, a primary school, village hall, tennis courts, bowls green and cricket club.

The historic market town of Southwell is just 10 minutes’ drive away. Home to Southwell Minster, one of England’s 42 cathedrals, and the National Trust property, the Workhouse along with restaurants, public houses, delicatessens and coffee shops, a variety of independent shops and garden centres.