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Lewis worked for two hours with hammer and chisel in an attempt to free one of those trapped who was released the next day.
Several hundred pounds was later raised through public subscription in gratitude for the boy's efforts, and he was sent on an engineering scholarship to Scotland.
The company had been originally set up, by the Scottish brothers Alex and Peter Campbell, on the River Clyde , but was re-located to the Severn Estuary.
Departing steamers would face south on Davis Wharf, with the Art College to its left and the town bridge behind.
The boats gave rise to the name of the short street which led to the quayside — Screwpacket Road. It was taken over by the firm which would become the Townsend Ferry group.
Compared to many Welsh towns, Newport's economy had a broad base, with foundries, engineering works, a cattle market and shops that served much of Monmouthshire.
Despite the economic conditions, the council re-housed over half the population in the s and s. The post-war years saw renewed prosperity, with Saint Woolos Cathedral now Newport Cathedral attaining full cathedral status in , the opening of the modern integrated Llanwern steelworks in , and the construction of the Severn Bridge and local sections of the M4 motorway in the late s, making Newport the best-connected place in Wales.
The ship has been dated to between and and remains the only vessel of its type from this period yet discovered anywhere in the world.
Newport has long been the largest town in the historic county of Monmouthshire and a county borough between and The Local Government Act removed ambiguity about the legal status of the area by including the administrative county of Monmouthshire and the county borough of Newport into all acts pertaining to Wales.
In , the borough was incorporated into the new local government county of Gwent until Newport became a unitary authority again in Gwent remains in use for ceremonial functions as a preserved county.
The city is historically industrialised with a large working-class population  and a strong support for the Labour Party. The two constituencies cover a similar area to that of the city area controlled by Newport City Council.
The city formerly had only one constituency until when the city was split into Newport West and Newport East due to population growth.
In the United Kingdom general election , Labour held Newport West with a reduced majority of votes over the Conservative Party.
The official blazon of the armorial bearings is: " arms Or, a chevron reversed gules, the shield ensigned by a cherub proper. Supporters: on the dexter side a winged sea lion Or, and on the sinister side a sea dragon gules, the nether parts of both proper, finned gold.
The title of Freedom of Newport is a ceremonial honour, given by the Newport council to those who have served in some exceptional capacity, or upon any whom Newport wishes to bestow an honour.
There have been 17 individuals or organisations that have received the honour since ,  including:.
It is the largest urban area within the historic county boundaries of Monmouthshire and the preserved county of Gwent.
The City of Newport, which includes rural areas as well as the built up area, is the seventh most populous unitary authority in Wales.
The city is largely low-lying, but with a few hilly areas. Areas in the south and east of the city tend to be flat and fertile with some housing estates and industrial areas reclaimed from marshland.
Areas near the banks of the River Usk, such as Caerleon , are also low-lying. The eastern outskirts of the city are characterised by the gently rolling hills of the Vale of Usk and Christchurch has panoramic views of the Vale of Usk and the Bristol Channel.
Ridgeway at Allt-yr-yn also has good views of the surrounding areas and Bristol Channel. Brynglas has views over the city centre and Twmbarlwm to the west.
The suburbs of the city have grown outwards from the inner-city, mostly near the main roads, giving the suburban sprawl of the city an irregular shape.
The urban area is continuing to expand rapidly with new housing estates continuing to be built. The city boundaries include a number of villages in the Newport Built-up area.
The city is divided into 20 wards. Most of these wards are coterminous with communities parishes of the same name. Each community can have an elected council.
The following table lists city council wards, communities and associated geographical areas. Newport has a moderate temperate climate , with the weather rarely staying the same for more than a few days at a time.
The city is one of the sunnier locations in Wales and its sheltered location tends to protect it from extreme weather. Newport has mild summers and cool winters.
Thunderstorms may occur intermittently at any time of year, but are most common throughout late-spring and summer. Rain falls throughout the year, Atlantic storms give significant rainfall in the autumn, these gradually becoming rarer towards the end of winter.
Autumn and summer have often been the wettest seasons in recent times. Snow falls every winter and usually settles on the ground several times, and usually melts after a few days.
Newport records few days with gales compared to most of Wales, again due to its sheltered location. Frosts are common from October to May.
In the census , In Newport was recognised as the chief centre of Roman Catholicism in Wales when the town became the seat of the Bishop of Newport and Menevia ; however, Newport lost its bishop with the creation of the Archdiocese of Cardiff in Sheen , an American bishop who pioneered preaching on television and radio , was appointed the titular archbishop of Newport by Pope Paul VI.
In the census Newport has more than 50 churches  including Welsh, Chinese and Urdu speaking services , 7 mosques ,  and one synagogue ;  the nearest Gurudwara is in Cardiff.
Newport's Travel to Work Area incorporates much of south Monmouthshire; the new based area also includes Cwmbran. In Admiral Insurance opened a large newly constructed office opposite Newport railway station.
Industry in the east of Newport was formerly based at the Corus Llanwern steelworks , and although the rolling mill is still active, steel manufacture ceased in Permission has been granted to transform the acre 2.
At the mouth of the River Usk, the Sims Metal Management plant hosts the world's largest industrial shredder for scrap metal with access by road, rail and sea.
Newport Cattle Market , in the Pillgwenlly area of the city, closed in and was demolished to make way for a new supermarket.
The first stage of regeneration involved improving the city centre road network, turning Kingsway and Queensway into boulevards.
The Southern Distributor Road to the south of the city opened in , including the new City Bridge over the River Usk, improving access and opening up new areas for development.
The Newport City footbridge opened in linking the east and west banks of the river for pedestrians and cyclists.
Newport railway station was expanded in  to four full size platforms capable of receiving 10 car Intercity Express Programme services to and from London Paddington.
In a new station building was finished, carried out by engineering firm Atkins. In railway electrification and resigning work will be completed, completing the 21st-century modernisation of the Great Western main line and reducing journey times to London to 1 hour 30 minutes.
Newport bus station was redeveloped in , expanded in with the Friars Walk development, and now offering 24 stands connecting to the rest of the city, as well as Cardiff and Bristol.
The former Corus steel Whiteheads site was speculated but this was rejected in favour of redeveloping the Llanfrechfa Grange Hospital site, near Cwmbran as a specialist and critical care unit.
The M4 relief road skirting the southern edge of the urban area of Newport is proposed as a means of reducing the congestion on the existing M4 motorway presently squeezed through the Brynglas Tunnels and making Newport and the surrounding areas more accessible.
There have also been calls for a barrage across the River Usk to be incorporated with the M4 bypass, so that the level of the river would stay permanently at high tide level, although possible plans for a Severn barrage across the River Severn would reduce the need for a River Usk barrage.
The relief road scheme was cancelled in July but relaunched in It stands on Kingsway Boulevard on the west bank of the River Usk. As a result of the removal of the Severn Bridge toll, Newport has witnessed the fastest growth in property values in the UK,  as residents in expensive areas of Bristol have shifted away from South Gloucestershire, to take advantage of the cheaper property.
The plan is designed to show a strong urban form along the riverfront, emphasised with tall landmark buildings. County sealed promotion in the last match of the season with a 4—2 win at high-flying Walsall.
Walsall finished second in the league and were also promoted. The team included a young John Aldridge who later became one of the most prolific goal-scorers in English football history, most famous for helping Liverpool win the First Division title in and FA Cup in , as well as helping Oxford United win two successive promotions and the Football League Cup.
Also in the promotion-winning team was Tommy Tynan , one of the leading lower-league strikers of his era, who scored the all-important goal that sealed County's promotion.
The —81 European Cup Winners' Cup turned out to be quite eventful — the first round against Crusaders of Northern Ireland was won 4—0 on aggregate 4—0 at home and 0—0 away.
The second round against SK Haugar of Norway was even more convincing: after a 0—0 draw away, the home leg was won 6—0, taking the club into the quarter-finals against Carl Zeiss Jena F.
Aldridge was injured for both matches against Carl Zeiss Jena, though he was a non-playing substitute in the 2nd leg.
The quarter-final away leg was drawn 2—2 with Tommy Tynan scoring both goals, including his equaliser in the 90th minute.
However, despite dominating the home leg, Newport lost 1—0 in front of 18, fans at Somerton Park, denying them a high-profile semi-final with S. In the —83 season Colin Addison , in his second spell as manager, led Newport County to their highest post-war league finish — 4th in the Third Division, just four points behind third-placed Huddersfield Town.
Huddersfield were promoted to the Second Division, along with champions Portsmouth and local rivals Cardiff City.
County had actually gone top of the table in early April after a 1—0 win over Cardiff in front of 16, fans at Somerton Park, but a return of only four points from the last seven games meant County missed out on promotion.
After a 1—1 draw at Newport, Everton won the replay 2—1. Newport appeared in the Welsh Cup final again in under manager John Lewis , this time losing 1—0 to Merthyr Tydfil after a replay.
Despite reaching the Welsh Cup final, County were relegated from the Third Division in and in finished bottom of the Fourth Division with a mere 25 points, meaning that their season stay in the Football League was over.
They were then expelled from the Conference for failing to fulfil their fixtures. Their record four wins, seven draws and 19 points from 29 games was expunged.
In June the club was reformed by supporters including David Hando as chairman; later club president. Former manager John Relish was re-appointed team manager and they were elected to the Hellenic League then four divisions below the Football League.
The club's main aim was to regain the Football League status lost in The club took on the name "Newport A. Newport Council considered the new company to be a continuation of the old, and refused it permission to use Somerton Park on the grounds of unpaid rent.
Newport won the Hellenic double , gaining promotion to the Southern League. The club was forced to resort to legal action to protect themselves from being forced out of the English football league system by FAW secretary Alun Evans , who was promoting the first national League of Wales formed for the —93 season.
The club's first season back in Newport, in —95 under manager Graham Rogers , saw them promoted to the Southern League Premier Division , after winning the Midland Division Championship by a point margin.
On the way to that championship, the club set a then record for the Southern League by winning 14 successive league matches.
In , the club reintroduced the name Newport County A. In the —02 season the team managed by Tim Harris reached the first round proper of the FA Cup for the first time since the club was reformed, drawing Second Division side Blackpool.
Holding them to a 2—2 draw away,  County lost the home replay 4—1 after extra time. Subsequent reorganisation of the upper divisions of non-league football saw County take their place in the —05 inaugural season of Conference South , one of the two feeder divisions into the Football Conference.
Peter Beadle was appointed manager in October and in the —07 season Newport again reached the first round proper of the FA Cup but lost 3—1 to Swansea City with Newport's single goal coming from academy graduate Yusuf Ali.
In —07 Newport finished just one position below the playoffs after losing 2—1 to Cambridge City on the final day of the season.
In the —08 season, Newport won the last-ever FAW Premier Cup beating Llanelli 1—0 in the final , making a total of one win out of three finals.
For the second consecutive season a last-day defeat prevented County reaching the Conference South playoffs. In his first full season in charge, Holdsworth led Newport to a 10th-place finish in the league, despite a poor start.
The league title was won in March after beating Havant and Waterlooville 2—0 at Newport Stadium with seven league games remaining.
The win made them the first team in the English football leagues to achieve promotion in the —10 season. Craig Reid was the league's top scorer with 24 goals in the season.
Newport County were promoted to the Conference Premier for the —11 season, the level they had played at prior to bankruptcy in Tottenham Hotspur reserve-team coach Anthony Hudson was announced as the new manager on 1 April After a poor start to the —12 season with the team last-but-one in the table after picking up just a single win out of the first 12 games, Hudson was sacked on 28 September Newport Morecambe Sky Sports 5-Dec Newport stay top with Morecambe victory Sky Sports 5-Dec Foe turned friend - the former nemesis who County could unleash against old club South Wales Argus 4-Dec Summer signing pushing for debut as County boss reveals injury list is empty South Wales Argus 4-Dec County have to settle for a point after being denied by a former favourite South Wales Argus 1-Dec Another giant killing?
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