Here’s where you can find pick your own pumpkin patches in Cheshire
PUBLISHED: 12:24 10 September 2020 | UPDATED: 13:02 10 September 2020
If you’re wondering where you can go to pick your own pumpkin in Cheshire this October, we have all you need to know right here.
Picking your own pumpkin might be a new trend in the UK, but it looks like one set to stick around. What could be more fun than heading into the great outdoors with the children – or grand-children – to choose the perfect pumpkin to grace your front doorstep this Halloween? If you’re looking for a pumpkin patch in Cheshire, here’s a quick round-up of where to go.
Kenyon Hall Farm
Growing pumpkins since the 1980s, these are experts in their field – or should we say patch? With thousands to choose from in every size, shape or colour, you can be sure of a quite unique front door this Halloween. Or maybe it’s the soup that’s more your thing?
Find out everything you need to know on the website: kenyonhall.co.uk and prepare to have fun.
Church Farm Organics
Follow the Scarecrow Trail, pick your own pumpkin, feed the animals and even enjoy a spooky train ride! Book a day ticket and have fun in the adventure playground, sandpit, pedal boats and lots more.
Visit churchfarmevents.co.uk to book your day out
Malpas Pick Your Own Pumpkins
You can expect a warm welcome at this family-run business, now celebrating ten years of pumpkin patch fun. Make your way through a spooky maize maze with a over 100 scarecrows to giggle at and find your way to the hidden pumpkin patch. You can even borrow a wheelbarrow to transport your vast pumpkin of choice back to your car!
Find out more on their Facebook page, including opening dates and times
Red House Farm and Dunham Massey Ice Cream Farm have joined forces to create an organic pumkin patch right alongside this much-loved ice-cream farm. Choose your pumpkin, pay and then treat yourself to an ice-cream for a job well done!
Find out more on their website: dunhampumpkinpatch.co.uk and plan for some October fun
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