New Winn Bay

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New Winn Bay
Wogwînasma (Lonish)
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City in Winn
Country Winn
Region The Hind
Barony New Bay
Municipality New Winn Bay
Mayor Bill Saxen
Geography
Population
Population 48430 (2019)
Transport
Highways N-04, R-13
Train station New Winn Bay Central, New Winn Bay Billhack
Communication
Postcode N1A - N1C, N2E
Website www.nwb.wn

New Winn Bay is a city in the south-east of Winn. It's the capital and largest place in the barony of New Bay. As one of the most recent cities in the country, it only came to be properly in the 1910's, through the connection of several small villages in the area. Some of those villages form some of the city's neighbourhoods today. In 2019, New Winn Bay counted 48430 inhabitants.

Etymology

The term New Bay originated from the conquest of the Kasp people, who lived in the rough area of what is now known as the national region of The Hind. With the annexation of the entirety of the Kasp's southern regions in the 15th century, the area around the Bay of Locia became known as the Domain of New Bay. However, with the independence of Condeuva came a split in this region - the Condeuvan side had the city of tbd, and thus became known under that name, while the Winnster side lacked any large settlements, and as such, the area became known simply as New Bay Winn, or Winn New Bay.

After the baronies were solified by the First Actionary Government of Winn in 1890, the barony of New Bay was created, with its seat in Quantham. As Quantham was at that point still a small town, and located very close to The Loam, the idea of including The Loam into the newly created barony as its capital seat. This was denied by the Factiongov however - instead suggesting a suitable new city to be built within the barony. In 1912, the barony council finally decided upon a location: The New Bay Winn area. The name for this new city however, was decided to be New Winn Bay.

History

The city officially came to be with the fusion of the municipalities of Kerkiry, Littbury and Ittle, and Shingby, into the municipality of New Winn Bay, in 1912. At this point, the city consisted of the combination several small villages in the area, Shingby, Kerkiry, Littbury, Cerrumcar and Ittlefront. Additionally, the municipality also contained Westmynne, which remained a seperate locality due to its historic city rights, as of 1710, and Sipphere, which was located a small distance from the main conglomeration of the city, and thus for the time being remained seperate. This city lacked a proper centre though, and, rather than constructing a new one, the decision was made to clear the smallest village, Cerrumcar to construct a cohesive centre for the city. The choice was made for Cerrumcar due to its small size, central location, and the presence of the city's only train station. Today, not a lot of Cerrumcar remains, although the shopping centre south of the train station was named after this former village. Slowly, the city was being readied for the transfer of the barony council to it. In 1922, Toppen was added to the city, and in 1925, the former village of Hiplair followed, together with Seyll as a seperate village. In 1942, the barony council moved to the city, to a newly built building in the city centre, where it remains today. In 1947, Billhack became part of the city, formally becoming a neighbourhood only ten years later in 1957. In 1952, the village of Sipphere was granted to Virasport, as the construction of the city hadn't been fast enough in the westward direction to properly engage Sipphere as a neighbourhood of the city. After Billhack, no other villages were initiated into the city as neighbourhoods, but several neighbourhoods were constructed, starting with New Hiplair in 1956, built from the old abandoned village. In 1980, Cattertown was constructed, finally closing the gap between the city and Sipphere, and in 1997, work begun on Katya, on old industrial grounds, towards Saint Salls. Lastly, in 2006, the new neighbourhood of Seffix was built. Anno 2020, the next likely expansion for the city would arise between New Hiplair and Seyll, but no plans have been made as of yet.

Points of Interest

  • Barony Council of New Bay [1]
  • New Winn Bay Trade Academy [2]
  • Cattertown Chapel [3]
  • Unity Fields Monastry [4]
  • POLAR at NWB Convention Centre [5]
  • Lake Ittle [6]

Neighbourhoods

Neighbourhoods
Name Year Population Link Notes
Billhack 1957 7650 [7] Formerly an independent village and municipality
Cattertown 1980 2250 [8] Newly constructed neighbourhood
Centre 1912 680 [9] Was built on top of the former village of Cerrumcar
Ittlefront 1912 4350 [10] Formerly an independent village, formed a municipality with Littbury
Katya 1999 4300 [11] Newly built neighbourhood
Kerkiry 1912 3400 [12] The largest of the former independent villages, the city was briefly locally also called New Kerkiry. Formed its own municipality which also contained Cerrumcar and Sipphere.
Littbury 1912 2300 [13] Formerly an independent village, formed a municipality with Ittlefront
New Hiplair 1956 6800 [14] Was built on top of the former village of Hiplair, formed an independent municipality with Seyll
Seffix 2006 7100 [15] Newly built municipality, northern end of the city
Shingby 1912 4900 [16] Formerly an independent village and municipality. Was extended westward in 2010.
Toppen 1922 4700 [17] Formerly an independent village and municipality.


FlagNewWinnBay.png Municipality of New Winn Bay FlagNewBay.png
City: New Winn Bay
Town: Millten
Villages: Ayebury · Ginningburgh · Loggham · Marlon · Saint Salls · Seyll · Sipphere · Thimbridge · Thimmuth · Westmynne
Hamlets: Aynhire · Copperburgh · Ellison · Hidship · Jameson Junction · Outholt · Overwood · Pallcheat · Wormbane · Zale · Zale-Bridge
Neighbourhoods: Billhack · Cattertown · City Centre · Ittlefront · Katya · Kerkiry · Littbury · New Hiplair · Seffix · Shingby · Toppen