Until 1974, Newport formed the county borough of Newport in the county of Monmouthshire (which in many instances was considered part of England and not Wales).
In 1996, Gwent was abolished as an administrative county, and the whole district became the county borough of Newport - a unitary authority (within the ceremonial, or preserved, county of Gwent).
The Newport Jewish community dates back to at least the 1850s, when a Jewish congregation (not necessarily the first) was established and a burial plot acquired.
The new and exciting International Convention Centre Wales has taken inspiration from the world’s best convention centres.
The result of this exciting joint venture between the Welsh Government and the Celtic Manor Resort: a stunning venue specifically designed for world class conventions, events and meetings.
On Check My Bus you can look for the quickest, the most comfortable or the most affordable bus from Newport (Wales) to Birmingham and back.
Just enter your preferred date of travel and our smart search function will take care of the rest.
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