This is a repeating eventoctober 20, 2019 10:00 am
Building on the huge success of Halloween 2018, we’ve planted out 450 Pumpkin plants which should give us about 1500 Pumpkins to pick from in 2019. We’ve also got plans
Building on the huge success of Halloween 2018, we’ve planted out 450 Pumpkin plants which should give us about 1500 Pumpkins to pick from in 2019. We’ve also got plans to increase the spooky fun at Narrowboat Farm with more activities.
When: the field will be open for picking from 10am until 4pm, on Sat 19th, Sun 20th, Sat 26th and Sun 27th October 2019
How: Entry is free and no need to book, unless you want to get tickets for a Pumpkin cruise or book a Pumpkin carving workshop (details of that to follow). When you arrive, you can follow the signs a very short distance in to the pumpkin patch, select your pumpkin(s) and pay as you leave the patch. We will have a few wheelbarrows available if you pick a monster, and a few sets of spare wellies although the pumpkins themselves are sat on weed matting so it shouldn’t be too swampy.
How Much: Pumpkins cost £3(small)/£5(medium)/£7(large)/£9(XL) with any ‘monsters’ priced by weight. We accept card payments as well as cash. The carving workshops are available at no extra charge for pumpkins purchased at Narrowboat Farm (places limited, booking details to follow).
What Else Is There To Do: It’s not just pumpkin picking at Narrowboat Farm, you can sit in a tractor and pretend to be a farmer, you can play our field games, you can sit in our mini-cinema and enjoy some Halloween cartoons