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BRYNGARW COUNTRY PARK

Discover the rich mosaic of habitats which makes Bryngarw Country Park
a wonderful unspoilt sanctuary for both people and wildlife alike.
With over 100 acres of native woodland, sweeping meadows,
formal gardens and the clear gushing waters of the River Garw,
it's the perfect place to relax and explore the beautiful local countryside.

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BRYNGARW HOUSE

Bryngarw House is a stunning Grade II listed building
set in the heart of the picturesque Bryngarw Country Park.
This beautiful venue is managed by our partners, Five Star Chef
& offers the perfect setting for events.

Visit their website to book your private appointment

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Wooden Reindeer Trail

Santa has lost his reindeer in Bryngarw - can you help find them? Collect your map from the visitor centre, along with your bag of reindeer food and then head out onto the trail to find the lost reindeer. Collect a sticker for each reindeer before heading back to write/post a letter to Santa!

Click here for more information

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Christmas Wreath Making Workshop

Come to Bryngarw Country Park and enjoy making your very own wreath.  We will begin the workshop with a walk around the park, then returning to the visitor centre where we'll create our beautiful biodegradable wreaths, using our collected materials and the provided ribbons. 

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Green Santa

Visit Green Santa, wearing his traditional green robes in an enchanting and natural outdoor setting for a magical Christmas experience. 

Book Here

ABOUT BRYNGARW COUNTRY PARK


Whether you’re looking to join the cycle track for a ride alongside the River Garw; take part in a bushcraft activity with our Rangers; shoot down one of our slides in the children’s play area or simply take a stroll through the wildflower meadow – Bryngarw Country Park truly does have something for everyone.

Home to the newly renovated Bryngarw House, the park has well over 100 acres of beautiful parkland to explore including a picture-perfect picnic spot on the lawns in front of the house. Its native woodlands, formal gardens and secluded glades make it the perfect setting for explorers, young and old, to enjoy a day out in the open air. Bryngarw was officially opened as a country park in 1986 now celebrating its 30th anniversary attracts over 200,000 visitors each year. It has recently been awarded a prestigious Green Flag by Keep Wales Tidy, demonstrating that it meets the very best standards in environmental and heritage conservation, and that it is well maintained and provides excellent facilities and safe access. We look forward to seeing you soon!

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A YEAR IN THE LIFE OF A COUNTRY PARK


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New accessible toilets opened at Bryngarw Country Park

Invacare has recently donated a Robin overhead hoist and ceiling track system, as well as a wall-mounted fixed height changing bed, which have been installed in the newly designed disabled washroom within the visitor centre at Bryngarw Country Park. The same facilities are being introduced at Pencoed Library. This equipment will allow disabled visitors and […]

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Bryngarw Country Park Volunteer Group attend Tesco Bags of Help Westminster Reception

The funding scheme has provided more than £52 million to over 16,000 local community projects since its launch in 2015, with all groups selected by customers voting in their local Tesco stores. Through Bags of Help, money raised by the sale of carrier bags to fund local projects with grants ranging from £1,000 upwards. Bryngarw […]

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Bryngarw Country Park achieves prestigious Green Flag Award

A record-breaking 201 parks and green spaces, including universities, cemetries, woodlands and allotments across Wales have met the high standards needed to receive the coveted Green Flag Award and Green Flag Community Award. The flag will be flying high at Bryngarw Country Park, for the third consecutive year, in recognition of its excellent facilities and […]

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