Pumpkin Festival
Pumpkin Festival
Pumpkin Festival
Pumpkin Festival
Pumpkin Festival
Pumpkin Festival
Pumpkin Festival
Pumpkin Festival
Pumpkin Festival
Pumpkin Festival
Pumpkin Festival
Pumpkin Festival
Pumpkin Festival
Pumpkin Festival
Pumpkin Festival
Pumpkin Festival

Pumpkin Festival
on the farm

Join us this autumn here at Birchfield for our fabulous pumpkin festival!

This year our pumpkin festival maybe a little different. We will be following government guidelines and closely watching any changes through September-October.

Visit our Pumpkin patch where we grow 6 acres of pumpkins in many different colours and varieties.

Grab a wheel barrow and head to the patch to choose your perfect pumpkin!

Make sure your wear your wellies or boots as you will pick the from the field and it can get muddy!

Entrance fee for the carving barn, farm maze and woodland walk £3.00 per person.

The carving barn -This is where the creativity begins! Whether it’s spooky, scary or happy you can let your imagination run wild. Leave the mess with us, feed the slimy insides of your pumpkin to the hungry pigs in the farm yard.


  • Walk through the spooky maze
  • Woodland walk and den building area
  • Outdoor animal pens

The festival will be running on:

3rd October - 31st October

What do you need to wear?

Wellies are a good idea as the pumpkins are grown in a a field which can get muddy!

Is there a cafe / toilet facilities on site?

This year the cafe will serve only take away food from the hatch there will be no seating inside the cafe. We will be serving hot and cold food options, drinks and ice creams.

Onsite we will have toilets and baby change available.

Are dogs allowed in the patch?

No unfortunately for health and safety reason we don’t allow dogs in the pumpkin patch or farm yard.

Is it cash only?

No we accept cash and card in both the cafe and pumpkin patch.

Can we bring picnic?

Yes we have picnic benches however they are all out doors.

Is it wheel chair accessible?

There are no steps to the pumpkin patch and it is a field so will be very uneven ground, although the farm yard is suitable for wheelchairs. Parking is usually in the field, however if you let a member of staff know we can park you much closer to the patch.


Where it all began...…..


From planting the seed - planting out in the field