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Author: Harvey Williamson

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An anonymous artist has numbered 100 hearts, carved from wood, and nailed them to trees around Newport and Church Aston. Families have enjoyed trying to hunt down all the hearts, which carry a poignant message. A separate wooden plaque describes the idea: “100 hearts for our keyworkers and loved ones – lost but never forgotten. […]

A fully-funded course is set to be offered to one student at Shropshire’s Harper Adams University to mark the British Society for Plant Pathology’s 40th anniversary. The selected student will become the BSPP 40th anniversary MSc student, securing free membership of the society for the next two years – and gaining the chance to present […]

Newport’s allotment holders have had their water switched off temporarily in the face of the climate crisis, but town councillors say a sustainable and environmentally-friendly permanent solution could be found next month. Newport Town Council withdrew the water supply to allotments in the town to try and reduce water waste, said councillor Lyn Fowler. It […]

A popular family man and talented rugby player has died and his funeral procession was seen off by hundreds of people as it passed through Newport. Dalbag Singh, also known as Dave, died recently and although Covid lockdown restrictions meant the number of people that could attend his funeral was limited, many Newport people turned […]

Maggie Duggan, from Newport, often adorns the corner of Wellington Road and Boughey Road with topical displays, using salvaged planting materials and bits and bobs, decorated in eye-catching fashion. The latest, to mark a year of coronavirus in the UK, features several painted figures including a number of black-and-yellow bees. And children have contributed too, […]

One year on from coronavirus coming to British shores, people in Newport have been reflecting on a desperately sad 12 months – albeit one where people have found comfort in communal support. Next Tuesday, March 23, will mark the first anniversary of England’s first full coronavirus lockdown, which saw public and private life change completely […]

Dr Jonathan Simon FitzGerald Frazer has decided to call it a day after half a lifetime working at Wellington Road Surgery in Newport. “I joined Wellington Road Surgery nearly 35 years ago and have decided that on my 68th birthday in March of this year, it will be time for me to retire,” he said. […]

Peter Scott the mayor of Newport said a trend in recent years has been for people upset about neighbourhood issues to post complaints on social media sites without letting the relevant agencies know about them so they can be dealt with. “If you see a local issue be it pot holes, drug dealing, litter, fly […]

The Edgmond Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is situated in a cabinet on an external wall of the Village Hall. It is for use by anyone. The machine will tell you what to do – you cannot hurt anyone. If you think you need it in an emergency just follow the following steps: First call 999 […]

We are so pleased to be teaming up with our friends at The Food Dudes to offer a free breakfast to someone in and around Newport! You will have the chance to spend up to forty pounds from The Food Dudes menu and Olaf will be delivering it to your home. All you need to […]


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