This blog is about the 160 acre Kelston Roundhill, a working farm and prominent landmark between Bath and Bristol, and the renovated Old Barn.

Kelston Roundhill is owned by Kelston Tump LLP, and farmed by our neighbours Park Farm who graze cattle on the land and make some of the world’s finest cheeses. The partners have three aims for the land: to support financially sustainable farming; to increase natural diversity and deepening knowledge about it; and to support suitable amenity, education and leisure uses without harm or disruption.

We’re always happy to hear stories, photos, historical evidence or anything else that helps everyone understand why this land has been and continues to be important to people.

To contact us email kelstonroundhill@gmail.com. In case of urgent emergency, vandalism or criminal damage please call the police or emergency services.

To enquire about hiring the Old Barn click here. 


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  3. Neil Baker says:

    Dear William, I sent you a text a few days ago but maybe you didn’t receive it. Please would it be okay for us to do our annual Saltford school Ascension Day walk on Friday 15th May? We would be arriving around 12 o’clock, having a short service, eating our packed lunches and then, after a short play time, leaving about 1.30pm. We would, of course, ensure that no litter was left on site.
    Hoping that will be okay,
    Neil Baker

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