Countryside and Parks
Newport has beautiful parks and open spaces, is surrounded by wonderful countryside and has been a Wales in Bloom winner seven times!
New – Plant Sale
Surplus bedding plants for sale on Friday 24 May, Saturday 25 May and Saturday 1 June…
Explore Newport’s countryside
10 country trails developed by the council’s Countryside team.
These routes are all waymarked trails and involve some stiles, steeper inclines and declines and uneven ground.
Sturdy footwear or hill walking boots recommended and take a bottle of water and a mobile phone.
A fantastic way to enjoy the great outdoors!
Newport City to Sea Walk
The Newport City to Sea Walk opened in May 2012 as part of the Wales Coast Path (pdf).
The walk covers 8km and includes slopes, stiles, steps and uneven ground.
Parking is available along Stephenson Street or at the Newport Wetlands car park.
Iron Bridge Circular Walk
Download and print the Iron Bridge Circular walk leaflet (pdf) for a self-guided walk in the stunning setting of Draethan, Ruperra Castle and Machen.
Plans and policies
Coldbath Road Allotments
Find information and documents about the management transfer of the Caerleon Coldbath Road allotment site…
Rights of Way Improvement Plan
Newport City Council has followed guidelines laid out by the Welsh Assembly Government (WAG), which have involved the preparation of an assessment of the PROW network.
View and download the Rights of Way Improvement Plan (pdf) or view a copy at the Civic Centre.
Draft Nature Conservation Strategy
The draft Nature Conservation Strategy (pdf) sets out a detailed framework addressing nature conservation issues in the city area.
Please send any comments to:
Countryside ServiceNewport City Council
Tel: (01633) 656656
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