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Listed Buildings in Malpas, Newport

  1. II Allfrey Tomb, Malpas Church
    Malpas Church is set back from the E side of Malpas Road, within a large churchyard, which is entered via a prominent lychgate. The Allfrey tomb lies alongside the path immediately north of the church
  2. II Bridge over the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal SE of Pentwyn (partly in Bettws community)
    Located some 20 metres SE of Pentwyn.
  3. II Bridge over the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal SE of Pentwyn (partly in Malpas community)
    Located some 20 metres SE of Pentwyn.
  4. II Hollybush Bridge over the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal (partly in Bettws Community)
    Situated W of Hollybush Close, with recreation fields to the W. Bridge carries footpath to Hollybush Close and surrounding houses.
  5. II Lychgate at Malpas Church
    Malpas Church is set back from Malpas Road, entered via the lychgate, prominently located on the roadside.
  6. II Malpas Court
    About 400m W of A4042, in area of modern housing, to SW of school.
  7. II Malpas Vicarage
    Situated immediately south of Malpas Church, alongside the cul-de-sac road of Llanover Close.
  8. II Parish Church of St. Mary
    Set back from the E side of Malpas Road, within a large churchyard, entered via a prominent lychgate.
  9. II Ty-ffynnon Bridge over the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal & attached revetments and Lock
    Located some 80 metres E of Tynyffynnon.
  10. II Woodlands House
    On corner of Woodlands Drive and Malpas Road, facing the latter.

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