Victoria, Newport, Wales, Great Britain

🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Victoria is both an electoral district (ward) and community (parish) of the city of Newport. The ward is bounded by the River Usk to the west and south, Newport Bridge, Clarence Place, Church Road and Christchurch Road to the north, Victoria Avenue, Wharf Road (as far as the railway bridge), a section of the Great Western Main Line as far as (but not including) Soho Street, Telford Street and Lilleshall Street to the east. The area is governed by the Newport City Council. The ward includes the district of Maindee, as well as the home of Newport Rugby Club and the annual Maindee Festival. The district of Victoria, Maindee in particular, is home to a large Asian population. Many people are of Pakistani and Bangladeshi origin and there are now a slowly increasing number of Kurdish refugees.

River Usk, Newport, South Wales 
River Usk, Newport, South Wales
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Victoria has a population of over 6,688 people. Victoria also forms part of the wider Newport metropolitan area which has a population of over 145,700 people. Victoria is situated 31 km north-west of Newport.

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