How to Find Us The Tiny Rebel Newport Food and Drink Festival takes place in and around the city centre - Newport Market and the High Street can be easily reached by bus and train. Travelling by car? Newport has excellent road links with easy access to city centre car parks: from Bristol on the M4 westbound – take M4 exit 25A before the Brynglas tunnels on to A4042 and follow signs for city centre. from Cardiff on the M4 eastbound – take M4 exit 26 before the Brynglas tunnels on to A4051 and follow signs for city centre. If you're using sat nav use the postcode for Newport Market - NP20 1DD - but remember there is no parking at Newport Market. There are a number of car parks near to Newport Market and the city centre, council-owned car parks in the city centre charge £2 for up to 3 hours. Find details of car parks in Newport. For people who need mobility assistance, Newport Shopmobility is based at 193 Upper Dock Street and is open between 9.15am – 5.00pm, telephone (01633) 673845 for details. Catching the bus? The main festival locations of High Street and Newport Market are just 500 yards from the bus station at Friars Walk, and part of Newport’s bus station is located in the front of the market’s main entrance on Upper Dock Street. Download a plan of Newport bus station and operators’ stands (pdf). Traveline Cymru is the public transport information service for Wales covering bus and train travel, call 0300 200 2233 for timetable and journey planning information, calls are charged at a local rate. There are regular long distance services to Newport (contact your National Express travel agent) connecting with the National Welsh and Red and White services. Arriving by train? Newport is served by fast and frequent train services on the Newport to Manchester line and from Bristol, Cardiff, Cheltenham, Gloucester and the south west of England. For times and fares visit Arriva Trains Wales or National Rail Enquiries or phone National Rail Enquiries on 08457 48 49 50.