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Linking nine Communities within the Borough and the Vale of Glamorgan is the Bridgend Circular Walk. This walk has been developed in partnership with the Ramblers Association, Countryside Council for Wales, and the Vale of Glamorgan County Borough Council. This is a large walk totalling a distance of approximately 20 miles (32km) and has been split into three more manageable sections.
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Bridgend circular walk 2

10km (6 Miles) section of the Bridgend Circular Walk. You should be able to complete this section of the walk in 3 hours but allow more time if you are thinking of visiting some of the sites identified or if you simply want to enjoy the countryside. The villages of Sarn and Coychurch have most of the things you will need by way of facilities as has  Pencoed Town.

Suitability: Not suitable for wheelchairs/buggies or small children. Cyclists/horses not allowed

Parking: Parking at Sarn Park & Ride and Merthyr Mawr

Pubic Transport: Bus Service Information from Bridgend Bus Station is available. AlternativelyTraveline Cymru will help you plan your entire journey.

Information and Advice

The going is easy although it may be wet in places. Remember to wear suitable clothes and good shoes/boots and take food and drink with you. Follow the Country Code and when you are on roads, keep to the right and make use of verges whenever you can.

It should be easy to follow the route using the map and instructions inside this leaflet. When walking the route try and look out for the Bridgend Circular Walk logo that will be situated on stiles, gates and posts along the route.

Directional waymarks with yellow arrows will assist you as to which direction to walk in once you are on a public footpath. We also recommend you refer to the OS Explorer Map 151 Cardiff and Bridgend.

For further information about this walk, to pass on your comments and suggestions or to report any practical problems on any of the paths please contact the Rights of Way Section, telephone 01656 642537 or 01656 642516.

Public Transport

There are a number of bus routes that link to this section of the Bridgend Circular Walk. If you wish to get to Bridgend Town Centre from Sarn Village there are 6 regular services that have journey times ranging between 11 and 20 minutes,

7 days a week. All buses from Sarn to Bridgend go via McArthur Glen Outlet. Alternatively you can catch a train from Sarn Station to Bridgend and Cardiff. The trains operate every hour between 8am and 8pm Monday to Saturday with a journey time to Bridgend of 8 minutes. Coychurch village has 3 regular bus services departing from Main Road (nos. 44, 62 and 244).

The services operate every 15 minutes, daytime Monday to Saturday and travel to Bridgend via Brackla. The journey time is 12 minutes. Pencoed bus services depart from the War Monument in the centre of the town. There are 3 frequent bus services to Bridgend, departing every 15 minutes, daytime, Monday to Saturday.

The journey time is 16 minutes travelling Via Coychurch and Brackla. Services to Bridgend -44,62, and 244. Trains from Pencoed to Bridgend and Cardiff operate every hour between 8am and 8pm, Monday to Saturday with a journey time to Bridgend of 7 minutes.

For further information on bus times and service numbers telephone the National Bus Enquiry number on 0870 6082608.Information regarding train times can be made via National Rail Enquiries on 08457 484950.

Car Parking

The car park at Sarn Park and Ride is monitored by CCTV.

Accommodation

To make a reservation or to obtain information on accommodation contact one of the Heritage Coast Tourist Information Centres telephone 01656 786639.

For further general information about  the Bridgend area you can contact us via e-mail at tourism@bridgend.gov.uk.

Alternatively, you can visit our website - which is at www.bridgendbites.com

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