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Coronavirus Firebreak Update

As non-essential travel is not permitted, you should walk to Bryngarw Country Park for exercise only. Access to our car park will remain open for our visitors who have a specific health or mobility issue and are allowed to travel for exercise. The children’s play area will also remain open, but you should only visit […]

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Five Years of Flying the Green Flag at Bryngarw Country Park

The prestigious Green Flag is an international mark of quality for parks and green spaces, in the same way that Blue Flags denote clean and safe beaches. They are given in recognition of a park’s excellent visitor facilities, high environmental standards, and commitment to delivering high quality green space for the local community to enjoy. […]

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Record Numbers Visit Bryngarw Country Park

Over 48,000 people visited the award-winning park in August 2020, a significant increase of 68% in visitors from August 2019, despite the outdoor theatre programme and Ranger-led events for families still unable to run during this month. Richard Hughes, Chief Executive of Awen Cultural Trust, said: “Since March, we have taken a phased and measured […]

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There are, however, some safety precautions we would like you to take please, for the health and wellbeing of your family, other visitors and Park staff. Remember to social distance – there are more signs to remind you. Take it in turns to use the playground equipment, and keep a safe distance while waiting. Do […]

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Re-opening Bryngarw Country Park – Phase 2

From Monday 13th July, there will be some changes for visitors to Bryngarw Country Park. Our public toilets will be reopened. Visitors will need to manage their own social distancing whilst using them. Please observe the floor markings and ensure proper hand washing before you leave. The facilities will be cleaned more frequently, but visitors […]

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Please support us…

We have taken the difficult decision to close the visitor facilities at Bryngarw until further notice, to play our part in tackling the spread of coronavirus. Bryngarw is managed by Awen Cultural Trust, a registered charity. It costs us over £120,000 every year to protect and improve the park now and for future generations. Most […]

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