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The next chapter


In 2015, Norman and Ruth expanded the rare breed experience to Kings Oak Farm, in Ulcombe which has in excess of 80 acres. We now have a thriving herd of White Park Cattle that came from Chirk castle in North Wales; these heifers were joint by a pedigree bull called 'Wentworth'.  through the farms connection with the Rare Breed Survival Trust, we also run an  endangered Vaynol cattle from the borders of Scotland.  The Vaynol cattle breed are closely linked to the White Park  breed.

Kings Oak has continued to expand having events of its own, and has is own certified site for the camping and caravanning club and also the Certified Location for the farms

own friends of Roundoak.



It is hoped the introduction of these extremely endangered breeds will gather public awareness especially if they are seen around the South East conservation grazing.  Both Roundoak and Kings Oak are hoping to get the Rare Breeds Survival Trust accreditation in the near future. 

Events at
Kings Oak Farm

Kings Oak Farm 
Caravan and Camping Site

Kings Oak has a new caravan and camping site, and we have obtained permission for a permanent residence.  It is hoped that the farm will get support for its newest project, which is a to create a visitor and educational centre.


Guy Hudson is Roundoak and Kings Oak Campsite Manager, 

he has a wealth of experience within the hospitality industry and he himself has a lot of knowledge about caravanning. 

Guy is always on hand and goes the extra mile for guests. 

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