Business opportunity for outdoor activities provider

Kelston Tump would like to take forward the outdoor activities work on Kelston Roundhill (pioneered by the late Dan Spencer).

We’re open to leasing Abbotts Copse and other space to make that possible, and to seeing a long-term viable business offering a range of outdoor activities on the site.

If you’re interested please contact us; we can hear your vision and experience and address any queries. Broadly we’re looking for an operation that is credible and medium to long term viable, enhances the reputation of Kelston Roundhill and provides a valuable service to the community, as far as possible “leaves no trace” (eg daily refuse removal), ensures staff and clients always respect the operations of the working farm and avoids any nuisance to neighbours or other visitors.

Please respond by close of play Fri 21 May.

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