Newbridge, Isle of Wight

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Newbridge
Newbridge Post Office - geograph.org.uk - 181500.jpg
Newbridge
Newbridge is located in Isle of Wight
Newbridge
Newbridge
 Newbridge shown within the Isle of Wight
OS grid reference SZ410876
Unitary authority Isle of Wight
Ceremonial county Isle of Wight
Region South East
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town YARMOUTH
Postcode district PO41
Dialling code 01983
Police Hampshire
Fire Isle of Wight
Ambulance Isle of Wight
EU Parliament South East England
UK Parliament Isle of Wight
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Coordinates: 50°41′14″N 1°25′12″W / 50.68725°N 1.42009°W / 50.68725; -1.42009

Newbridge is a hamlet on the Isle of Wight. It is situated on a small hill, nine kilometres to the west of Newport on the western half of the island. The village has a social club, situated in the old school house, and a holiday park with indoor and outdoor swimming pools and the villages only remaining shop. There are no churches in Newbridge, however there were two chapels. One was demolished in the early 1980s, and the remaining Newbridge Wesleyan Methodist Chapel is now part of a residence. Newbridge is part of Shalfleet parish council. The name Newbridge is explained by the bridge near the edge of the village which crosses the Caul Bourne this being literally the "New Bridge".

The Caul Bourne stream running through Calbourne passes through Newbridge and Shalfleet and discharges into the Solent at Newtown.

Until September 2010 the village was linked to other parts of the Island by Southern Vectis circular bus route 7,[1] Following the withdrawal of this service[2] Newbridge is served by the infrequent Wightbus service 35/36.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Southern Vectis - bus route 7". www.islandbuses.info. 2008. Retrieved 2008-05-04. 
  2. ^ "Southern Vectis - latest news". Southern Vectis. 2010. Retrieved 2010-09-26. 

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