IChurch of St MaryNewportIn large churchyard in centre of Nash village.
IChurch of St ThomasNewportAt village centre, opposite village hall and Rose Inn.
IParish Church of St PeterNewportLocated at the centre of Peterstone village, set back from the road, opposite the Six Bells Public House.
IIParish Church of St DubritiusNewportLocated at the centre of Llanvaches village, surrounded by a low rubble wall with cock and hen coping and stone stile to S side.
IISummerhill Baptist ChurchNewportOn the hillside NE of Maindee centre.
IIBethel ChapelNewportAlmost opposite School Lane; on corner with Wesley Place.
IICastleton Baptist ChurchNewportProminently located on corner of the A48 and Marshfield Road. Front is bounded by a dwarf wall with railings and pyramidal capped piers with dentil cornices; low rubble wall to side.
IIChurch of Ss David, Julian and AaronNewportOn the southern approach to the Market Place at the centre of Caerleon.
IIChurch of St John the EvangelistNewportOn the hillside above the centre of the suburb of Maindee, the W front facing Kensington Place, within a walled grassed enclosure; main entrances with gatepiers at W and SW.
IIChurch of St MaryNewportNear junction with School Lane.
IIChurch of St Mary MagdaleneNewportTo rear of Farmers' Arms public house, in churchyard with stump of medieval cross, and C19 chest and table tombs.
IIChurch of the Holy SpiritNewportAbout 30m west of the junction with Isca Road.
IIChurch of the Holy TrinityNewportIn the centre of Christchurch village high on the ridge on the south side of the Usk valley.
IIHavelock Street ChapelNewportOn corner of Havelock Street and North Street.
IILlanthewy Road Baptist ChurchNewportSituated in a residential area W of the city centre on a sloping site on the corner of Llanthewy Road and Burleigh Road, the main frontage set back behind a walled and railed courtyard.
IIParish Church of LangstoneNewportLocated on the E side of Langstone Lane leading from Langstone to Llanwern..
IIParish Church of St CadwaladrNewportLocated to the N of road leading from Bishton village to Llanwern, set back from the road along a driveway leading to the Rectory.
IIParish Church of St John the BaptistNewportLocated immediately to the SE of Penhow Castle, reached via a long track leading S from the A48, enclosed by a low rubble wall.
IIParish Church of St MartinNewportLocated at the centre of Llanmartin village, set back from the road and bounded by a low rubble wall.
IIParish Church of St. MaryNewportSet back from the E side of Malpas Road, within a large churchyard, entered via a prominent lychgate.
IISt Mark’s ChurchNewportProminently located on the S side of Gold Tops within large sloping site between Gold Tops and Serpentine Road.
IISt Mary RC PresbyteryNewportTo S (right) of front of church.
IISt Michael's Roman Catholic ChurchNewportLocated on the corner of Clarence Street and St Michael's Street.
IISt Patrick's Roman Catholic ChurchNewportProminently situated some 10 m E of junction with Fairfax Road.
IISt Paul’s ChurchNewportOn corner with Palmyra Place.
IITabernacle ChapelNewportLocated on the N side of the A48, approximately 1km E of The Rock and Fountain Inn. Set back from the road with the Memorial Hall incorporated at the W end.
II*Church of Saint BasilNewportOn the E side of Bassaleg, on the N side of the churchyard some 75m W of the Afon Ebwy.
II*Church of Saint MichaelNewportIn a prominent position in the centre of Lower Machen Conservation Area.
II*Church of SS Julius and AaronNewportAt the northern end of St Julians Avenue on the junction with Heather Road.
II*Church of St. CadocNewportIn the centre of Caerleon village immediately north of The Roman Legionary Museum.
II*Parish Church of St BridgetNewportLocated on the W side of Church Road, opposite Church Farm, set down a small track.
II*Parish Church of St MaryNewportSet on the N side of Church Lane opposite Church Farm, leading off Marshfield Road. The church is surrounded by a low rubble wall with cock and hen coping; lych gate to W and remains of medieval cros
II*Parish Church of St MaryNewportLocated on the S side of the Lane leading from Llanwern village to Bishton at the junction of the driveway to Barn Farm. Immediately to the N of the Spencer steelworks
II*Parish Church of St MichaelNewportLocated at the W side of the village, within a C19 walled enclosure, set behind the public house.
II*Whitson ChurchNewportIn churchyard reached by drive approximately 300m E of junction with Whitson Common Road.