Bedford Park comprises approximately 18 hectares of semi natural woodland, marshy grassland and dense continuous scrub surrounding the remains of the 18th Century Cefn Cribwr Ironworks.
Bedford Park SINC is made up of a mixture of habitat types, mainly broadleaved woodland with rush pastures, purple moor grass, scrub, bracken, rivers and ponds. A part of the SINC is made up of the Waun Cimla SSSI which is designated for its marshy grassland habitats, rare plant species and marsh fritillary butterfly.
Dormouse has also been recorded at the Park, one of only a few sites within Bridgend County Borough to contain this European protected species.
19 September 2018:07:03 - 19 September 2018:07:03
Sunday 3rd of May Join Bryngarw CP Ranger Keith Douglas as he guides you on a tour of Bedford park and idenitifes the birds by their songs.
For further details visit the event page