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Fiction Found on the Farm

    • Location:
    • Bath City Farm, Kelston View, Whiteway, Bath, BA2 1NW

    • Date:
    • 9 October 2021
    • Time:
    • 2:00 pm til 3:30 pm
    • Price:
    • Free!

As the leaves begin to fall and the light begins to fade, join us for a gentle Autumn afternoon walk with stories from deep within Bath City Farm.


Olly and Caroline have walked around the edges of Bath City Farm for years. In all that time they have kept their eyes and ears open to the half-buried stories in the undergrowth. They want to share those stories in a new family-friendly event, inspired by words actually found on the farm. Come for a gentle stroll and meet a band of colourful characters who will reveal their very own Fictions Found on the Farm


As Halloween approaches, some of the stories at this event may have a slightly spooky twist. It’d probably be a good idea to hold a friend or parent’s hand, so they don’t get scared!


Fiction Found on the Farm is part of Kilter’s long-term ambition to celebrate the changing seasons in the beautiful landscape around Bath and is a collaboration with Bathscape Landscape Partnership, a Heritage Lottery Fund supported project aimed at reconnecting people with the natural landscape surrounding Bath.


If you would like to help support at this event and others like it, Kilter is looking to expand its pool of ad hoc volunteers. Please contact to find out more.


Tickets: FREE

Booking essential. Book your free ticket 



 Practical information


What to bring

Dress for the weather. Wear sensible shoes. We will be on our feet for an hour or more – you are welcome to sit on the ground or perch wherever possible or you may prefer to bring something to sit on.


Cafe Opening Times: 10am – 4pm


Getting here

Bath City Farm is easily accessible from Bath city centre. For travel and access information, see the Bath City Farm website. Where possible, we encourage travel on foot, by bike or by public transport.



We are planning to run this event on the overgrown fringes of the farm, which are sadly not wheelchair accessible. For further information, please contact Bath City Farm directly. We will be running other events at Bath City Farm in more accessible locations later in the programme – please get in touch with Jen at to find out more.