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Pick Your Own Pumpkin Event


Spooky Halloween is almost upon us and this year we’re involved with it more than usual. You might remember that back in April, during lockdown, Chris planted a field with Pumpkins, we have lots of types planted, original orange ones, small bobbly ones and even a few white pumpkins.  Well they’ve grown and grown and its almost time for them to be picked.

We had planned a Spooky spectacular in the pumpkin patch, but sadly coronavirus has meant that our extravagant plans have been reined in a little - but the Pick Your Own Pumpkins is still going to be running! It’s from the 17th to the 30tht.

All you have to do is come along as a family, or on your own, stick to the guidelines of parking and walking to the Pumpkin Patch and you’re then free to walk among the pumpkins and select your very own pumpkin fresh from the field in which it was grown with no pesticides, fertiliser or anything that’s not natural. How cool is that?

After you’ve selected your Pumpkin all you need to do is pay for it then take it home and enjoy carving it and decorating your home with it (these are not eating pumpkins - we will be doing them next year too).

We’re going to be open from 10am-3pm daily and its on a First Come, First Served basis, we will have hand sanitisers and our Marshalls will help you select, cut and pay for your pumpkins on site.

All we ask is that you please observe the rules and enjoy your visit to our first ever Pick Your Own Pumpkin event.  Please remember to wear suitable clothing and footwear (wellies are ideal) and please note that we can’t allow dogs & pets to this event as we are a working farm with animals, plus we need to adhere to hygiene regulations regarding animals around the pumpkins.

If you require any more information, please feel free to get in touch and Happy Halloween everyone!

Please feel free to check out our Facebook Event page too, for more pumpkin details https://www.facebook.com/events/342640106975654/

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