Grimsbury Community Farm, Grimsbury Road, Kingswood, South Gloucestershire, BS15 9SE
1st April to 31st October: Tuesday to Sunday 9am to 5pm
1st November to 31st March: Tuesday to Sunday 9am to 4pm
Mondays during school term: access only to the café and playground
Monday Bank Holidays and Mondays during the school holidays the whole of the farm is open as usual
Please be aware that this is a no smoking, no vaping and no dogs site and this includes the dedicated car parks.
We are free to enter if you are a visiting as a member of the public with your family.
If you wish to hold a private party on the farm you must book with us in advance and there may be a small charge.
Anyone organising a visit as part of their business delivery i.e. schools, playgroups and childminder groups will be asked to pay a small fee of £1.00 per child/person in there care on arrival at the farm. This will need to be a cash payment.
If you have any question's please email us at: email@example.com
Animal feed can be purchased at £1 per serving, for feeding sheep and goats or the poultry. Please do not bring your own food to feed our animals.
There is very strict legislation around what can be fed to farm animals and we could be shut down if it is found that the farm has allowed unknown food sources to be fed to our animals.
We have also had very high vet bills recently where some visitors have chosen to ignore our signs and have fed the animals their own food or apples picked up from under our orchard trees. Please help to keep our animals safe and healthy by only feeding animal feed purchased from our farm staff.
Please bring cash if you wish to buy animal feed, or make a donation to the farm, as we do not currently have a card machine for this function.
The Barn Cafe and The Hatch Kiosk can take card payment.
Who We Are and What We Do
Grimsbury Farm, located on the eastern fringe of Bristol, is a community farm owned by South Gloucestershire Council.
We are supported by a charitable foundation dedicated to promoting and supporting the health and wellbeing of people in the local community and beyond. With the passion and incredible support of our volunteers, staff members, and partners, we strive to enrich the lives of visitors by offering the chance to get outside, into the natural environment, and see how a working farm operates. Contact us to see what you can do to bring about positive change.
It Starts With the Will to Make a Difference
Caring for the Environment
Fun and Fresh Air on the Farm
Education and Inclusion
“children who spent time in green spaces between the ages of seven and twelve tend to think of nature as magical"