Date(s) - 14 Jul 2018
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Brynna Woods and Llanharan Marsh
Join us for a guided walk through Brynna Woods & Llanharan Marsh Nature Reserve to learn about the coal mining history of the reserve, and see the remnants left over from the industry that used to occur on the site. The walk will be led by Mark Steer, a local enthusiast of Fungi and the rich coal mining heritage of Brynna and Llanharan.
Meeting Place: Meet at the western entrance to the reserve, near the Naturally Woodlands housing estate, off Brynna road. Nearest postcode: CF72 9ZR.
Clothing Requirements: Sturdy footwear and weather appropriate clothing.
Accessibility: We will mostly be sticking to the paths but may walk through woodland in places, where the ground may be rough and uneven.
Price: Suggested donation of £2 which will go towards the conservation work of the Wildlife Trust.
Booking: Turn up on the day. Please note that this event is weather dependent, so ring us on 01656 724100 or check our events page before you travel.
For more information please contact Megan by email or call us on 01656 724100.