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Weekly news from Newport City Council
23 - 30 October 2015

Newport Community Cloud

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As part of the Superconnected Cities project 54 buildings across Newport, which are regularly accessed by the general public, now have free WiFi funded by Department of Culture, Media & Sport. 


The WiFi network is called Newport Community Cloud and the service is free for both the venue and the general public for a period of three years, you can find the buildings with WiFi here.


Chance Meetings - support for young adults with disabilities

Chance Meetings are held every Thursday from 6pm to 9pm at Iscoed Tefarn in Underwood.

This is a social group aimed at young adults with a disability or a special need who are aged 18 years and over.  

These meetings give the chance to socialise, make new friends and try new activities. Just go along and say hello!
 


October half term activities 

There's lots to do in Newport over the half term this October. From activites in the libraries and museum and art gallery to sports and leisure activites with Newport Live.

Find out more at www.newport.gov.uk/holidayfun.


Newport pupils help fill Friars Walk time capsule

A time capsule buried in the new Friars Walk retail and leisure scheme will give future generations a glimpse of life in Newport. Schools in the city contributed items for the time capsule which is due to be opened in 50 years. 

The time capsule was the idea of Councillor Majid Rahman and he also attended the ceremony which took place on Wednesday 21 October 2015.

Schools were invited to submit items and their contributions included DVDs of school concerts, memory sticks containing their work, school ties, letters to "people in the future", photographs of the city centre and the Newport Monopoly game.

There were also photographs from when Newport hosted the Nato summit in 2014. President Barack Obama visited Mount Pleasant Primary School and pupils from city schools were guests at a summit event in the Celtic Manor attended by Mr Obama, Prince Charles and the Prime Minister. 

You can read more about this on the council's website.



Weekly roadworks 

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The council's website provides all the latest road works scheduled for Newport so that residents can plan their journeys accordingly.  


The weekly road works report can be viewed here.



What's on

There is lots to see and do over the coming week in Newport.

Visit the What's On pages on the council's website and follow us on Twitter and Facebook for all the latest updates.



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