About our compost

We put your waste to good use, and now you can do the same. Hills compost is a nutrient-rich, peat-free soil improver made at Parkgate Farm from local green waste. It’s produced to strictly controlled standards and certified to BSI PAS 100, so you can be sure it’s high quality and safe.


Hills compost can be delivered direct, collected from our composting site or purchased at Wiltshire and Gloucestershire Household Recycling Centres.

Purchasing options

Loose bulk compost *

Loose, bulk compost can be delivered in any size from 4 to 26 tonnes (4 wheeled, 6 wheeled, 8 Wheeled Tippers, Arctic Walking Floors). *Please contact us for a bespoke quote.

Bulk bags*

For domestic use or projects with limited access. Approximately 1 cubic meter at 0.5 tonnes. Supplied by a third party. *Please contact us for their details. 

Small bags*

20-litre, 9kg bags ideal for household garden use from participating household recycling centres. *Please contact them direct for price and availability.

Compost types

0 to 16mm compost – our most popular product. Perfect for everything from soil improvement to top dressing and mulching

0 to 40mm compost – a quality soil improver for agricultural and landscaping use sold in loose bulk orders (subject to availability)

What our customers say

“Having found a sustainable product that is locally produced, it made sense to use this home-grown compost on our newly landscaped garden,” said Mr Candy. “We have found Hills compost an excellent soil improver and mulch and would be happy to use it again.”


Mr and Mrs Candy | Bubba’s Barn | Calne

“We’re a business providing advice and products to farmers throughout the region, and to get a better understanding of the benefits, we are carrying out a trial with Hills, to compare compost with farmyard manure, poultry manure and biosolids. Assessments will be made of the crops being grown to see over a number of years how these different materials are increasing the yields and quality of the crops and what savings can be made in fertiliser inputs.”


Agrii | Cheltenham