Newport-on-Tay is a small town in northeast Fife, acting as a commuter suburb for Dundee. It lies directly beside the Tay road bridge, while the Fife Coastal Path also passes through Newport.
Newport-on-Tay has a population of eight thousand, mostly living in stone houses built before World War II. Its town centre comprises two main streets hosting two pubs and a variety of shops. The town has one primary school, Newport Primary, with older pupils attending secondary school in St Andrews and Cupar, or at the independent High School of Dundee.