- Level of Mendalgief
The Level of Mendalgief ( _cy. Mendelgyf) is a small area to the south west of the city centre of the
cityof Newportin the Pill ward. The level is bounded by Cardiff Road to the north, Mendalgief Road to the east, Docks Way to the south and the Great Western Main Lineto the west. The area formerly contained the Monmouthshire Bank sidings, but it is due to be regenerated into a new residential area.
etymologyof the name Mendalgief is unknown.
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