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When & where can I go pumpkin picking in the Midlands?

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We are now officially in pumpkin season! The weather has changed, Autumn is definitely upon us and all we can think about is that Halloween is approaching!

Last year we wrote a post about 5 Things To Do With A Pumpkin Other Than Carve It but nothing says Halloween more than a carved pumpkin outside your house. But where are the best places in the Midlands to get your pumpkins this year? We have been taking a look!

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 Manor Farm Fruits - Tamworth

12th, 13th, 19th & 20th October and Saturday 26th October to Sunday 3rd November 10am – 4pm (stock permitting)

There is no need to book tickets, you can just turn up on the day and pay.  

    • Choose your own pumpkins (prices vary)
    • Bouncy Castles ( up to 1.3 meters)
    • Climb and Crawl Straw Bales Pyramid and Mini Maze
    • Spooky Space Hoppers
    • Face Painting
    • Creepy Sneaky Scare Tunnel
    • Pumpkin Express Tractor Rides (£3.00 per person)

The Strawberry Cabin Team Room is also open serving hot and cold food all day including Halloween Cup Cakes and lots of other delicious Pumpkin dishes!

Prices

£5 per child ages 2 to 12
£1 adults
Under 2 go free.

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Pumpkin Week at Hatton Adventure World - Warwick

Tickets are valid on any one day between 26th October to 31st October 2019. We have enjoyed Pumpkin Week at Hatton in previous years and it is a great day out for all the family.

Tickets can be purchased online up until 10am on the day of visit. (Making a saving on the door prices)

In addition to pumpkin picking, there are lots of things going on during pumpkin week including :

New Haunted House

Pumpkin Carving in the Events (closes at 4pm)

Pumpkin Hunt

Pumpkin Carving Competition judged at 4.15pm

Along with all the usual Hatton activities

ADULT - £16.95

CHILD - £16.95 

UNDER 2 - Free

 

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Hill Top Farm - Leamington Spa

Between Saturday 19th October to Thursday 31th October (stock permitting) their pumpkin field will be open for you to pick your own pumpkin.

The field will be open between 10am-4pm each day and they are taking people down to the pumpkin patch via tractor rides every 30 minutes.  You can then select your pumpkin and take it home with you to carve!
 

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Planters Garden Centre - Tamworth

The Pumpkin Paddock returns for 2019! This Halloween event includes lots of family fun such as pumpkin picking, carving, games and more! It is not really pumpkin picking like at pick your own locations but it is a great location and very child friendly.

Every £5 child ticket includes picking a pumpkin, which you can pick from the paddock area, carving it and being able to take it home. Anybody not wishing to take home a pumpkin can purchase an adult ticket for £1.50.

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Essington Farm - Wolverhampton

PYO is open again on the 12th October 2019. 🎃 Go and pick your own perfect pumpkin from all different shapes and sizes. This is farm so always best to wear appropriate clothing and footwear, especially if it has been raining.

Top Tip from Essington Farm :Remember, if you keep the stalk on your pumpkin it will easily last until November!!

We will be updating this listing throughout October, so do let us know if you find a great pumpkin patch! 

And finally ......

Once you have carved your pumpkin up and created a Halloween masterpiece, the best thing to do then is make some delicious pumpkin soup! 

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