About Tom Morgans Friends of Brynmill Park

Initially the Friends of Brynmill Park formed as a pressure group in response to the closure of the Aviary in 2000 and concerns of the long term welfare of the Park. The group then worked in partnership with CCS Parks Development team in applying for the Heritage lottery funding that was finally awarded in 2006. The group is now rejuvenated, meets regularly and has many exciting ideas in the pipeline.

We are always looking for new ideas and people to help out. Remember this is YOUR community and YOUR park!

What Next?

We want you, as users of Brynmill Park to meet regularly with us to talk about what is happening and what could happen in Brynmill Park. We need people with any interest in the park to come along and become part of the group. There is a role for everyone whatever level of commitment you might have to offer.

Every group has a purpose, a reason why they have come together. Most Friends groups purpose is to ensure that their local park is a safe and welcoming environment for all the community.

What does it mean to be a ‘constituted group’?

Anyone can become a member of the group but in order to achieve status, members need to form a management committee as part of the constitution (this is basically the official title for those who wish to attend regular meetings and assist decision making). The management committee have the ability to cast votes in the decision process. To do this, members must put forward their names for executive officer positions and a vote (especially if more than 1 member stands for the same position) will decide who stands.

Get involved!

Tom Morgans Friends of Brynmill Park get together regularly to help maintain the park and improve facilities. We’d love to hear from you whatever you can offer, which may include time, skills and ideas.

Get in touch ›

Upcoming Events

 The Easter party is nearly upon us! 31st March, check out the events page.

More events are being planned, please check our events page for details.

Read more ›