Newel, Germany

Newel is a municipality in the Trier -Saar castle in Rhineland- Palatinate. It belongs to the municipality Trier -Land.

  • 4.1 municipal
  • 4.2 Coat of Arms


It is located near the B51 and consists of the districts Newel ( 763 inhabitants), Butzweiler ( 1551 ), Beßlich (482 ) and Lorich (78).


The annual rainfall is 837 mm. The deposits are located in the upper third of the detected values ​​in Germany. At 70 % of the stations of the German Weather Service lower values ​​are registered. The driest month is April, the most rainfall comes in November. In November, falling 1.5 times more rainfall than in April. Precipitation varies only slightly and are distributed extremely evenly throughout the year. At only 1% of the monitoring stations, lower seasonal swings are recorded.


634 Newel was, as well as the places Welschbillig, Sülm and Röhl with its churches and Belongings, of King Dagobert I. ( 622-638 ), the Church of St. Paulinus ( Pauli pin Trier) paid. At that time Modoald Bishop of Trier.

981 this gift is mentioned in a charter of Archbishop Egbert of Trier ( 977-993 ). Newel was first mentioned in the said certificate under the name Nuvela.

Today's church was re-formed on March 16, 1974 from the dissolved municipalities Besslich, Butzweiler, Lorich and Newel.


The development of the population, the values ​​from 1871 to 1987 based on population censuses:

Data source: Statistical Office of Rhineland -Palatinate


Parish council

The local council in Newel consists of 20 council members, who were elected at the municipal election held on 7 June 2009 of personalized proportional representation, and the honorary mayor as chairman.

Allocation of seats in the local council:

Coat of arms

Description: In the oblique gevierten crest is the top of a gold rotbewehrter torn black eagle head and opposite in silver a red continuous cross. Fronts in Red are crossed a black hammer and mallet with golden stems and later in Red is a silver plow blade.