Bryngarw Christmas Opening Hours 2023

Enjoy Bryngarw Country Park over Christmas and the New Year. Our toilet facilities will be closed from Saturday 23rd December to Wednesday 27th December, re-opening as usual on Thursday 28th December. Our café and the toilet in our Visitor Centre will be open for use as normal over the festive period, apart from closure on …

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Bryngarw becomes part of National Forest for Wales

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, …

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What you can see in Bryngarw this Winter

There’s lots of amazing things to see in Bryngarw during the Winter months, look out for the following when you visit us: Festive Sights A bright splash of colour at this time of year, look out for the eye-catching red berries of the Holly tree as you wander around the park. Did you know, Holly …

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Arborists to start tree safety work on Monday 27th March

As part of The Welsh Government and National Lottery Heritage Fund ‘The Woodland Investment Grant’ awarded in 2022, Arborists will be starting work on Monday 27th March to carrying out some tree safety along the pathways and roads into Bryngarw Country Park. They will be removing only dead, dying or dangerous branches above pathways and …

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Christmas opening hours at Bryngarw Country Park

Our facilities including the café, visitor centre and toilets, will be closed between Saturday 24th and Wednesday 28th December for Christmas, reopening as normal on Thursday 29th December through to the New Year. The gate to the park and the car park will remain open over Christmas.

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Half Term Fun: Learn About Nature on an Autumn Walk

An autumn walk in the park isn’t just about getting out in the fresh air, making memories with the family and enjoying some exercise. It’s a fun educational experience too. After all, there’s no better place to help your children learn about nature and wildlife than the great outdoors. So, if you’re going to be …

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