Pick Your Own
Strawberries Updated July 22nd 2021
Our pick your own is by booking only.
We are now fully booked until Tuesday 27th July
Please do not turn up without a booking
The booking form for Tuesday 27th July will appear on this page from Monday 26th
Our strawberries are under cover – so you will not get wet.
The entry fee of £2.50 is a down payment on any produce you pick. It can ONLY be reimbursed as produce you pick in the pick your own.
Any additional produce picked above the cost of the entry fee is then charged at the prices listed below.
Broad Beans (when picked in pods) £1.59/kg
If the crop you want to pick is not listed above, do not book.
We will only release dates a few days in advance so that we are certain we have enough produce for customers to pick.
Customers are strongly advised to pre book a space to guarantee entry to the pick your own. Where possible we will allow walk ins but if the spaces are fully booked we may not be able to accommodate you. To avoid disappointment please book.
Entry will not be through the farm shop but from the back of our plant area.
Entry is £2.50 per person.
1 time slot = 1 person
Babies and toddlers under the age of 2 are free. Don’t include them on the booking form.
Customers will be guaranteed entry to the pyo if they have pre booked and paid for the correct number of tickets.
Do not bring extra people with you – they may not be allowed in.
This year it is possible we may be able to accommodate a small number of walk ins, but this will be entirely dependent on whether there are still spaces available at the time of your arrival. To avoid disappointment please book and book the correct number of spaces.
Customers must arrive on time for their time slot. If you are late for your time slot you may have to wait. Bookings are non-refundable and non transferable. We are not able to change the date of your visit once booked and no shows will not be refunded.
We have a variety of crops that we open for pick your own across the summer months. Blackberries (early August). We also grow a number of vegetable and flower crops for pyo: runner beans (mid August), sunflowers (early August), squash (August), sweet corn (late August) and pumpkins (late September).