Join us and learn new skills
The volunteer programme has was established in 2005 and has gone from strength to strength; with members of the local community donating their time and efforts to support preserving the park's natural environment.
The volunteers meet one Saturday every month from 10am – 2pm, which can be very rewarding and is a great way to learn new skills, keep fit and socialise, while helping the environment at the same time.
So, if you have a passion for conservation and the great outdoors and would like to learn more about becoming a volunteer, call the park on 01656 725155 or contact us using one of the options on the contact page.
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Bryngarw Country Park is important because of its diversity of trees, flowers, birds, mammals and insects. Its habitats include deciduous woodlands, wetlands, wildflower meadows, the River Garw and formal gardens. These all need to be managed to ensure they can be enjoyed by visitors all year round.
Our volunteers are vital to this work and recent projects they have undertaken include the restoration of the orchard, surveying our wild flowers, coppicing the woodlands and building an Iron Age roundhouse in our educational nature garden.