The Roundhouse

The Roundhouse at Bouchier Gardens is a community space where the environment of the Dundry slopes meets sustainable building, letting one and all be involved and hands – on in gardening, conservation, cooking, construction and local events.

The Roundhouse, with beautiful views across Bristol, was built in autumn 2015, with the help of local volunteers. The project was supported by funding from Knightstone, Bristol Green Capital, Awards for All and The Peoples Health Trust.  The Roundhouse activities and maintenance is steered by a group of local residents who meet regularly.

The Roundhouse is set in Bouchier Gardens allotment sites, next to 119 Crosscombe drive, Hartcliffe, Bristol, BS13 0DA.  We are currently working on establishing disabled access, please get in touch if you have limited mobility.

The Roundhouse offers:

  • A sustainable building, with a wood burner, set in a community grown orchard with beautiful views across Bristol.
  • A community space for organisations to use for workshops, courses, meetings.
  • A space for the local community to hold events and celebrations e.g. Birthday parties, Santa’s grotto.  (There is a no alcohol policy in place for private events)

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can access the Roundhouse?

This space is open to all – members of the public, and organisations. The space is prioritised for those who live and work in BS13.

How do I get access to the Roundhouse?

The Roundhouse is set on Bouchier Gardens allotment site, which is next to 119 Crosscombe Drive, Hartcliffe, Bristol, BS13 0DA. The allotments are locked, unless in use, so appointments and bookings need to be made for visits.

How much does using The Roundhouse cost?

Cost is variable dependent on what and who is using the space. Please get in touch for more details.

Are there any upcoming events at the Roundhouse?

Please see our events calendar for more information or get in touch with HHEAG.

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Contact details

Phone 0117 9465285 and ask for Sue Walker

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Contact Page

Posters for current events:

Tea on the Terrace Summer 2017 

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Please click poster to download