Nature Trails near Newbury, Ontario


We may be small in population but we are big in heart! The many community events, local services and the pride taken in all it has to offer, make Newbury a place to stop and appreciate. Centrally located in the heart of the Four Counties area, and only 10 minutes from the 401, Newbury is close to Sarnia, London and Chatham and all points in between.

Newbury is a great place to live! With a strong commitment to the community and its preservation, this family routed village continues to grow and prosper. Home to Four Counties Health Services, several family doctors and located close to primary and secondary schools, you couldn’t ask for a better home for your family.

Come out and enjoy one of our events or shop from one of our successful businesses, or just come for a cup of tea or coffee at one of our local coffee shops and take a walk through our park. You are always welcome, and who knows, maybe you’ll stay!

For more information please visit:  http://www.newbury.ca/

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