Watch this great video of Santa flying over Newbridge… Set it to full size turn on your speakers and enjoy.
Newbridge Memo Pantomime
THURSDAY 10th DECEMBER – SATURDAY 12th DECEMBER
Join our leading damsel in distress Snow White on an epic journey with this hilarious take on the traditional fairy tale. Sensational scenery, amazing costumes and an incredible cast – come and join us for the perfect family treat this December. It’s guaranteed to be a showstopper, book your tickets now!
Performances dates & times:
Thursday 10th December – Doors: 6:30pm | Start: 7:00pm
Friday 11th December – Doors: 6:30pm | Start: 7:00pm
Saturday 12th December (MATINEE) – Doors: 12:30pm | Start: 1:00pm
Saturday 12th December – Doors: 6:30pm | Start: 7:00pm
Child – £5.00 Concessions – £5.00
Adult – £6.00
Family – £17.00 (2 adults, 2 children)
Book Online at: http://www.newbridgememo.co.uk/en/whats-on/events/
Beulah Baptist Church has applied for permission to Demolish the east gable wall and reconstruct it in rendered block work. Application is also to remove existing pews from the chapel hall and take down the sagging and dangerous timber ceiling lining and store the pews on site.
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|Alternative Reference||Not Available|
|Application Received||Fri 30 Oct 2015|
|Address||Beulah Baptist Church North Road Newbridge Newport|
|Proposal||Demolish and reconstruct the east gable wall in rendered block work, remove existing pews from the chapel hall, take down the sagging and dangerous timber ceiling lining an store the pews on site|
|Appeal Status||Not Available|
|Appeal Decision||Not Available|
Newbridge-Online would like to encourage and support our own “Newbridge Litter Project”. The past few years has seen our town and surrounding valleys transform into an area of beauty, fit for locals, visitors and tourists alike. Did you know that Caerphilly alone brings in around £104 million into the borough from visitors and tourists and Newbridge should aim to channel some of that money into our town to support local business and traders.
Millions of pounds has already been spent on regenerating the area and turning it into a good place to live and visit again. With the train station and future rail improvements bringing extra regular trains to and from the city, Newbridge is in a key location to avail of tourists using the train to visit the valleys. We are one of the lucky villages to have a station right in the town. Lets get them enjoying what we have to offer and at the same time adding growth to local business in Newbridge.
However, litter still blights our streets and spoils our town, especially on weekends when there are no street cleaners around. Take a look at the train station car park on a Saturday or Sunday morning, this is the first place visitors see when they get off the train. In 2012/2013 Caerphilly council had a zero tolerance on dogs mess and litter and gave out a record 428 fines, 71 were given to dog walkers who had not picked up mess left behind by their pets, and 359 were issued for littering offences. We feel it should always be zero tolerance!
Over 2.25 million pieces of litter are dropped in the UK every day. Littering is illegal and makes streets look ugly; it gives a bad impression of our area for business and tourism and costs £4.2 million a year to clean up. Most people find littering unacceptable and want to do something about it.
So what we would like to put to the people of Newbridge is a scheme that has been adopted around the world. It’s simple, if every resident picks up just one item of rubbish a day and put it in the nearest, bin this would equate to over 6,000 pieces of rubbish everyday taken off our streets. We would then hope that eventually, this would make the people throwing this rubbish and cigarette ends onto the floor feel guilty enough to find a bin.
KEEP NEWBRIDGE TIDY, PICK UP JUST ONE PIECE OF RUBBISH A DAY
The extra benefit of this is that it could save thousands of pounds on street cleaning and help keep council tax down!
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The development has seen the transformation of an area of land under the A472 Trecelyn Viaduct, from a patch of waste land to an area for the community to enjoy. The new recreational space includes a cycle pump track and an outdoor gym as well as seating and improved lighting.
The project has been a long term ambition of members of the Newbridge Community Partnership who have been keen to create more outdoors spaces within the town centre.
The scheme has also seen the installation of large scale artworks painted onto the pillars of the viaduct. The designs have been chosen by young community members who attended a number of workshops in schools.
The development forms part of ‘phase 3’ of the Newbridge Regeneration Programme which has seen almost £16 million investment into the town centre, which has been part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) through the Welsh Government.
This is a great development for Newbridge and will help bring more people into the town and although there is CCTV installed (hopefully being monitored) in this area, it is everyone’s responsibility to look after this new fantastic development and reporting anything that is going to spoil it.
Newbridge RFC under nines proudly display their new kit. Newbridge under nines rugby team has received a brand new kit thanks to sponsorship from Brace’s Bread. The sponsorship, which will last until September 2016, will provide the team of 15 with a complete kit of jerseys, shorts and socks for their players.
Coach Kirsty Hansen said: “Our Spartan boys are so excited about their new kit and will be wearing the Brace’s logo with pride.
“We are incredibly grateful to Brace’s Bread for their contribution to our team. It’s fantastic that a large household brand have helped a small local team start off a great new season.
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.” Scott Richardson, CEO at Brace’s Bakery, said,:“Our business was grown from the support of the local community so it is really important to us to give something back. “When we heard the team at Newbridge were in need of a new kit, we were delighted to offer sponsorship to cover the costs.”
Source: Caerphilly Media Ltd
Two males attended this morning at a Sheltered Housing Complex in Risca.
Both were wearing overalls with a logo either of or similar to “Worcester Gas Services”. Both males were described as white, slim and 5ft10″ tall with English accents.
One male had mousey blond hair and was wearing a plaster on his right foot indicating he had broken his foot while playing football. This was the only male to engage the informant in conversation. The other male was described as having spikey drak hair and some stubble growth on his chin.
They indicated they were there to check on a residents gas supply. No record existed with the warden for the job and the resident had no knowledge of any visit. When asked to ring their boss to double check the informant was told that this was not possible because the “boss was on holiday”. No job related paperwork was available
No identification papers appeared to be carried by the males. Once access was refused both males left.
Telephone 101 if you have any information
This charity bike ride bike ride is a tribute from nearly 300 motorcyclists to Trudy Jones who was a victim of the Tunisia shootings. Well done to everyone who turned out for this great cause.
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filmed by Emerald Media Productions 29th August 2015