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Newport City Council is backing a bid to secure the future of the city’s iconic Transporter Bridge. The council plans to bid for £8m of Heritage Lottery funding to fund a long term programme of improvements, maintenance and repairs.
It says the friends of Newport Transporter Bridge are backing the council’s plans and have been involved in discussions on how the project can progress.
The funding is needed to carry out essential on-going repairs to the bridge, improve the gondola which dates back to 1906, and to create a bigger and better visitor centre which will include improved visitor facilities at the site.
We have agreed to apply for this funding to help us improve the visitor experience around the Transporter Bridge and are hoping to involve the local community in helping us secure funds so the bridge will be here for future generations to enjoy. We have this iconic structure on our doorstep and many of us take it for granted but we need to get on with this programme of regeneration and expansion. We have had talks with the Friends of Newport Transporter Bridge who are keen to back us in our bid.
The Welsh Government is introducing an Assembly bill to end the Right to Buy for council and other social housing tenants.Read the full story ›
ITV's consumer champion says there are easy ways to boost our personal finances, regardless of what has come out of today's Budget.Read the full story ›
Customer suffers chronic abdominal pain after ordering the special restaurant meal. Owner is fined £1,200.Read the full story ›
Around 500 shoppers formed a queue in the early hours of Boxing Day morning in Wrexham.Read the full story ›
The British Heart Foundation also says people here will spend almost 200 hours sitting down over the festive period.Read the full story ›
Over a quarter of people in Wales who were surveyed said they had made a last-minute dash to the shops on Christmas Day.Read the full story ›
Takaway owner given a suspended 12 week prison sentence and ordered to pay £800 in costs following snap inspection.Read the full story ›