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Bryngarw becomes part of National Forest for Wales

By Sophie, 28th Nov 2023

We are pleased to announce that Bryngarw Country Park is now a part of the National Forest for Wales, recognising our commitment to creating an exemplar woodland space.

First Minister Mark Drakeford and Minister for Climate Change Julie James MS visited Bryngarw Country Park earlier this month to announce its new status.

The National Forest, which will eventually stretch the length and breadth of Wales, will involve the creation of new areas of woodland and help restore and maintain some of Wales’s ancient woodlands.

There are now 41 woodland sites which are part of the National Forest for Wales network, including 26 which are part of the Welsh Government estate, which are managed by Natural Resources Wales.

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