Seasonal Pumpkins

The Pumpkin Barn

We are now CLOSED.

See you in October 2022!


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The Pumpkin Barn

We have been growing pumpkins on the farm for 11 years!

Come and buy our fabulous homegrown pumpkins from Farmer Paul's Pumpkin Barn.


We have a huge variety of the classic Jack O'lantern pumpkins from small to giant along with some amazing squash and crazy looking gourds. Prices start at 50p - £8


We pick all our pumpkins from the field and display them in the Pumpkin Barn so you can choose your lovely pumpkins undercover which is ideal if the weather is wet.


FREE ENTRY to the Barn and we just ask you to purchase some pumpkins :)


The Horseshoe Cafe will be available for refreshments and Farmer Paul's Ice Cream Trike will have 'eat now' local ice cream pots including Pumpkin Spiced ice cream using our very own pumpkins - Cool Huh?!

There is plenty of parking on the farm yard and we ask you to please respect others. Sensible shoes advisable.

Hand sanitiser to be used before entering the Pumpkin Barn and please bring your own where possible.

The barn will have some great displays using our pumpkins so don't forget to bring your camera and #farmerpaul in your social media.

Cash and card taken at the farm.


Toilet available but please make sure you go before you leave home ;)


We are a working Farm, there will still be crops in the other barns so please respect this and do not play in them.


No dogs please as there are lots of small children attending.

Special dates:

At night in the Pumpkin Barn: TBC

Following the success of our night in the Barn the last two years we will do a couple of nights this year.... Come and experience buying a pumpkin at night! Its pretty dark and a little scary in the barn so the perfect setting for spooky photos. Fancy dress welcomed. The Horseshoe Cafe will be selling hot soup, hot chocolate coffee and snacks too.

A friendly welcome awaits you so come and enjoy our Pumpkin Barn. Follow Farmer Paul on Facebook for more details!

We do advise coming early to pick your pumpkins and not to leave it to the week before (to try and keep customer numbers even throughout October) this way you will get a better selection of pumpkins and your pumpkin will keep well until Halloween if you keep it dry and in a cool place.

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