Groups and Activities

Below you will find information on the following groups and activities:

  • Newport Community Library
  • Newport Paths Group
  • North Pembrokeshire General Discussion Group.
  • Newport Information Centre
  • Newport Tennis Club.
  • Cymdeithas Gychod Afon Nyfer a Harbwr Trefdraeth (Newport’s Mooring Association)
  • Newport Produce Market

Newport Community Library

Newport Community Library, located in the Canolfan Croeso in Long Street, is run by Newport Library Working Group (a registered charity) in partnership with Pembrokeshire County Council. Our opening hours are currently:

Mondays 9.30am to 12.30pm with volunteers

Wednesdays 12.30pm to 6.00 pm with a PCC librarian

Saturdays 9.30am to 12.30pm with volunteers.

For more information email or call 01437 776651.

Also, see our Facebook page

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Newport Paths Group

We are a friendly, welcoming, social bunch of mixed gender volunteers with an aim to maintain many of the beautiful walking paths in and around Newport.

For more information on the group’s activities, contacts, and links to walks , click the link below

Newport Paths.

From the banks of the Nevern estuary, up the slopes of Carningli Mountain, down wooded valleys and out to Newport Beach sand dunes, these walks offer a variety of beautiful scenery and natural habitats.

In order to download a PDF map of the path around Newport, please click the link below.

The Group depends on volunteer members.

If you want to find out more about volunteering, drop Gordon or Mark an email with your number and we will call you back.

Gordon South, Chair :

Mark Taylor, Secretary :

The Group has a committee of members elected at the Annual General Meeting with representatives of the Newport Town Council and PCNPA.

The Council and PCNPA support the Group.

North Pembrokeshire General Discussion Group.

Friendly fortnightly meetings. We discuss a range of topics such as books, travel, music, gardening…’Life, the Universe and Everything….’
Do join us!

Contact: Francie on 01239 820694 or Belinda on 01239 614156.

Newport Information Centre is Recruiting Volunteers.

Newport Information Centre in Long St. has been going for 3 years!

We work to support the economy of Newport. We share all the great things Newport has to offer with our visitors, advertise local events and community information and have a lovely shop selling Pembrokeshire goods. Come join our lovely team to greet and help our visitors. We have all the information there, so don’t worry you may not know enough. We have volunteers from all walks of life and ages – some with particular expertise and some who just enjoy meeting and helping people.

Come and join us!

contact: Mair Searle

email –

Click here for more details.


Newport Tennis Club.

Newport Tennis Club welcomes players of all ages and standards and Membership is open to residents and visitors. Establish in 1984 the club has 2 recently surfaced premium hard courts and is an LTA accredited venue.

The Club offers a variety of membership packages :

Adult, couples, family, young person and short-term visitors

Members can book lessons with our associate LTA Level 4 Coach

The Club operates an online booking system and, on becoming a member, you will be able to book courts through the LTA ClubSpark website where you will find full instructions.

Cymdeithas Gychod Afon Nyfer a Harbwr Trefdraeth (Newport’s Mooring Association)

Cymdeithas Gychod Afon Nyfer a Harbwr Trefdraeth (Newport’s Mooring Association) has control and regulates the tidal mooring areas from high to mean low water leased from the Crown Commissioners via the National Park.

The moorings are located on the River Nevern estuary, one of the most picturesque areas in North Pembrokeshire. Moorings are on the banks of the river to the east before the Iron Bridge then westwards to the Parrog area of the estuary.

Newport Produce Market

A local produce market in the lovely Newport Pembs every Monday from 9-1 with over 13 stalls offering everything you could need from local veg, fresh cakes, eggs, bread, cheese, fudge, preserves, cider vinegar, honey-based creams, fresh fish, cushions, greeting cards, jewellery, healthy food products/vegan, Alpaca hand made products and Carn Edward meats.

The Friends of Newport and Nevern.

The Friends of Newport and Nevern.

The Society was set up as a charity in 1983 for public benefit with the following purposes:-

  • To promote high standards of planning and architecture in and around the areas of Newport and Nevern.
  • To secure the preservation, protection, development and improvement of features of historic or public interest in the area of benefit.
  • To educate the public in the geography, history, natural history and architecture of the area of benefit.

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