The Oakdale and Penmaen Community Partnership is celebrating after The Roger Lewis Woodland Garden, which the partnership owns and maintains, was awarded a prestigious Green Pennant Award.
Green Pennant Awards, which are part of the Green Flag Award scheme, recognise and reward the best community-run parks in the country.
The Roger Lewis Woodland Garden stood out after impressing the judges with excellent facilities including well managed green space, signage and amenities as well as the dedication of the local people.
It is the second year running the park has won the award.
Roger Evans, vice chairman of The Oakdale and Penmaen Community Partnership, said: “We are delighted to have kept our Green Pennant award for the second year. It just shows what a small group of dedicated volunteers can do to improve their community.
“More importantly, as the woodland has re-grown, it is being increasingly used by local residents who value the amenity it provides.”