In 2017, Newport History Group undertook to create a village tapestry, depicting historic and current buildings and locations in a series of 30 panels, stitched by local volunteers.
This panel depicts a provost's lamp and was stitched by Jennifer Ferguson
This panel depicting the Tay Road Bridge was stitched by Tessa Durham
This panel depicts the Blyth Fountain after its restoration, and was stitched by Linda Spence.
This panel of Big Rock and the Braes was stitched by Mairi Shiels.
The panel depicting the War Memorial on Tay Street was stitched by Barbara Bell.
This panel, showing the Roman Catholic Church in King Street, was stitched by Anne Meiland.
A tapestry panel stitched by Mairi Shiels.
St Fillan's Church stood in William Street. The panel was stitched by Joan Peter.
This depiction of the High Street in times gone by was stitched by Margaret McNicol.
St Thomas's Church in stitches, by Ella Smith.
Muriel McCabe stitched this panel depicting the Blyth Hall.
The Victorian Newport School, which stood on the corner of Blyth Street and Kilnburn, was demolished in 1978. This panel was stitched by Christine Wade.
The panel of St Mary's Church was stitched by Katherine Brex.
This panel shows Newport Hotel before the most recent renovations, and was stitched by Sheena Smith.
This panel depicting the former Trinity Church was stitched by Angela Davey.
This depiction of the pier buildings was stitched by Ursula Doherty.
This milestone is located at the bottom of Boat Road, and the panel was stitched by Diane Frost.
This panel of a Fifie berthing at Newport Pier was stitched by Christine Mercier.
Kinbrae House stood where Kinbrae Park houses now stand. Jennifer Ferguson stitched this panel.
Cynthia Robb stitched this panel depicting Tayfield House.
West Newport Station was at the top of what is now Kinbrae Park. The panel was stitched by Maggie Taylor.
Andrea Howe stitched this panel of the Leng Memorial Chapel at Forgan.
The St Fort Estate Granary building, known in recent times as Rock House, was used as a hospital for the Mars ship and was later converted to housing. The panel was stitched by Heather Barnes.