|T O P I C R E V I E W
||Posted - 02/06/2020 : 16:51:12
We've received distressing reports from visitors that a cyclist has been seen deliberately riding over a duckling in the park today.
While we welcome cyclists we must ask that everyone visiting the park respects the wildlife, and takes care not to harm them.
We encourage anyone that witnesses this type of anti-social behavior or animal cruelty to report it to Gwent Police by calling 101.
Behavior such as this will not tolerated and will result in people no longer being welcome at our facilities.
For more information on the protection of wild birds in the UK and how to report a crime against them visit https://www.rspb.org.uk/birds-and-wildlife/advice/wildlife-and-the-law/wildlife-and-countryside-act/
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||Posted - 13/06/2020 : 10:56:12
What a sick person I cannot understand what makes somebody like this tick
||Posted - 12/06/2020 : 18:50:29
Thats's shocking :o(
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||Posted - 02/06/2020 : 19:37:01
Maybe camera's positioned at various exit/path points around Bryn Bach Parc would deter future offenders. Bryn Bach Parc is such a lovely place for the public to visit we are very fortunate to have this on our doorstep. The majority of people are respectful and want to see it thrive. No one in their right mind would be deliberate in harming animals, there must be something drastically wrong with this individual.