This website is produced and maintained by Newport City Council.
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This site uses Speak It Plus software so that site users can hear the content of the website.
Use the link above or find it top-left of the homepage.
This website can be viewed in many different languages. Visit the Other Languages page for further information on free automated translation services.
There are a number of ways to find your way around the site:
Information has been grouped under six broad areas of interest which you can select from the homepage and from every page on the site. These are:
for businesses and investors in Newport
how the council works and key functions
Learning and education
all aspects of education for children and adults
Community, living and leisure
essential services for residents
the city itself
accommodation and information for visitors and residents
Each of these sections is sub-divided into more specific topics.
A-Z of services
An alphabetical listing of individual council services with telephone contact details and links to relevant web pages.
The sitemap gives an overview of content on the site with links to each section.
Get back to the homepage by clicking on the Newport City Council banner on the top left of each page.
Use the enquiry form to make comments, suggestion or enquiries about council services.
See the contact page for address, email and telephone number for Newport City Council.
The site uses Access Keys or keyboard shortcuts which allow users to navigate around a website or a piece of computer software without having to use a mouse or other pointing device.
More information about Access Keys
Large documents are published on the site using PDF (Portable Document Format) file format. You will need to have Adobe Acrobat installed on your machine in order to view these documents. Follow this link to Adobe if you wish to install the software:
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has produced Web Content Accessibility Guidelines as part of their Web Accessibility Initiative.
Newport City Council is working towards meeting these recommendations.