Contact

Contact Us

Contact

Contact Us

Bryngarw Country Park’s rangers’ office is located at the back of the visitor centre.

Address

Bryngarw Country Park
Brynmenyn
CF32 8UU

Contact details

Telephone: 01656 725155

Email: bryngarw.park@awen-wales.com

Enquiries

Venue hire

events@awen-wales.com

Birthday party enquiries

events@awen-wales.com

Marketing and media enquiries

marketing@awen-wales.com

Programming enquiries

programming@awen-wales.com

Bryngarw Park Volunteer Group

bryngarwparkvolunteergroup@gmail.com

FAQs

What time does the park open?

Our visitor centre and toilet facilities are open from 10am until 5pm, April to September and from 10am until 4pm, October to March.

When does the car park entrance close?

From 1st April to 30th September, the barrier to the car park closes at 5.30pm. From 1st October to 31sr March, it closes at the earlier time of 4.30pm. If you are already in Bryngarw before these times, you will still be able to leave the car park but our facilities (toilets, café, and visitor centre) will be closed.

Are dogs allowed in Bryngarw?

Yes, dogs welcome visitors to Bryngarw but we politely request that they are kept on a lead and that you pick up and dispose of your dog’s waste in the bins provided.

What time is the café open?

The café is open every day between 10am and 4pm.

Are bikes allowed in the park?

To respect other visitors, we ask that cyclists only use the designated cycle track. There is a National Cycle Network route (number 884) which starts at Bryngarw Country Park and finishes at Blaengarw. It is mainly traffic-free so is perfect for families to follow.

Do you sell car parking season tickets?

Yes, we sell annual passes which allow you to park free of charge for 12 months from the date of purchase. They cost £30 and are available to buy from our café.

Why do we have to pay to park in Bryngarw?

Bryngarw is managed by Awen Cultural Trust, a registered charity (number 1166908). The car parking income we receive is reinvested back into the Country Park, to make it a beautiful place to visit all-year-round. With 113 acres to explore, and great facilities to enjoy, we feel that £3 for a whole day offers excellent value for money. We accept cash and contactless card payments.

Can we feed the ducks?

Feeding the ducks at Bryngarw is a lovely family tradition, which helps young children to connect with nature, but we would prefer if you didn’t feed them with bread. Instead, please bring oats, porridge, sweetcorn, peas or other seeds with you, which are much healthier for ducks. We sell small bags of duck food at our café.

Is the play area suitable for small children?

We have play equipment which is suitable for all ages and abilities. Adult supervision should be provided at all times.

Is there any play equipment for disabled children?

We are committed to providing inclusive play opportunities for all children, and in recent years we have invested in accessible equipment including a wheelchair swing, basket swing and roundabout.

Do you have accessible changing facilities?

Our Changing Places toilet facility in our visitor centre features an overhead hoist and ceiling track system and a wall-mounted changing bed, kindly donated by Invacare Ltd. There is also a separate baby changing unit in this space.

Is B-Leaf open to the public?

B-Leaf is open to the public from Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm. Their summer bedding stock and hanging baskets are on sale from the end of May to early August, but some shrubs and plants are available to buy all-year-round. B-Leaf also sells Christmas trees and festive plants in early December. We are grateful to customers who support B-Leaf, a work-based programme for adults with learning disabilities, through their purchases and donations.

How do I find out about holding weddings, functions and business events at Bryngarw House?

For further information, please visit their website www.bryngarwhouse.com and complete the online enquiry form. A member of the events team will be in touch to discuss your requirements, arrange a tour and provide a quote.

What events do you put on throughout the year?

Our programme of ranger-led, e.g. seasonal nature walks, trails and pond dipping activities, and professional events e.g. outdoor theatre performances, are advertised on our social media platforms and tickets are available to purchase here.

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