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Newport Museum and Art Gallery 01633 656656


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On now until Saturday 23 January 2016 Exhibition: James Flewitt Mullock James Flewitt Mullock is one of Newport’s most significant 19th Century artists. Born in 1818, he witnessed the Chartist rising and experienced the unprecedented industrial and commercial growth of Newport. Newport Museum and Art Gallery cares for many of James Flewitt Mullock’s works. Some watercolour drawings and lithographs are shown in this exhibition.


Price: free admission e-mail: museum@newport.gov.uk


On now until May 19, 2016 Exhibition: 140 years of Newport RFC The Friends of Newport Rugby Trust have been working in partnership with the Newport Museum and Art Gallery to create an exhibition celebrating 140 years of Newport RFC, marking the ups and downs of this historic rugby football club. On display will be an outstanding collection of rugby memorabilia from Newport RFC, together with audio and visual exhibits.


Price: free admission e-mail: museum@newport.gov.uk


National Roman Legion Museum, Caerleon


0300 111 2333


On now until Thursday 19 May 2016 Exhibition: War, What is it Good For? As horrific as war is, are lessons learnt? A small exhibition that explores some of the positive as well as negative things that might never have happened if we hadn’t gone to war.


Price: free admission e-mail: museum@newport.gov.uk


Celebrating 100 years


Happy birthday wishes are sent to Newport resident, Harry Polloway, who celebrated his 100th birthday on 19th December. A card from the Queen, and a birthday party at Hilton Newport, helped celebrate this landmark birthday.


YOU CAN NOW ‘DIAL A BUS’


With the opening of Friars Walk and the chance to check out new shops in Newport, residents are being reminded about the service operated by Newport Bus where passengers can pre-book a journey.


Known as DRT (Demand Responsive Transport) the service has been offered for a couple of years now in Whitson/Wetlands/West Nash area (DRT63) and Bishton/Redwick/ Llanwern Village (DRT62).


And from July 2015 the service started to cover St Brides/ Marshfield/Castleton (DRT31).


There are four drop off points – at Asda in Duffryn, Newport Bus Station, Tesco on Cardiff Road and the Royal Gwent Hospital.


Demand Responsive Transport is a form of pre-booked transport using smaller vehicles than buses but with the customer in control.


Transport only runs when the customer demands.


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Customers can book a seat by calling 01633 211202 between 9am and 5pm and bookings need to be made 24 hours in advance, although every effort will be made to accommodate passengers making bookings at shorter notice.


The bus will be in operation Monday to Saturday between 7.30am and 6.30pm. A pick up point and time are agreed when you pre-book and the journey may be shared with other passengers.


Payment is made in the same way as you would on any bus service as tickets will be given. All Newport Transports’ weekly, monthly and annual smartcard travel passes will be accepted.


Your journey will start at a bus stop nearest to your house and passengers can be dropped at one of four locations including Newport Bus Station, Tesco, Cardiff Road, the Royal Gwent Hospital and Asda, Duffryn too.


The service will only pick up prebooked customers at bus stops.


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