Pumpkin Picking at Hadsham Farm


15 October 2022

30 October 2022
Hadsham Farm, Banbury
Hadsham Farm, Horley
OX15 6BN

15 October 2022 to 30 October 2022

Hadsham Farm, Horley
Banbury, Oxfordshire OX15 6BN
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Pumpkin Picking at Hadsham Farm
Pumpkin Picking at Hadsham Farm

About Pumpkin Picking at Hadsham Farm

Put on your boots and head to the pop-up pumpkin picking event for 2022 at Hadsham Farm near Banbury. ​

Collect a sledge and head to the pumpkin patch, where you can choose your perfect pumpkin. There are a variety of sizes which are priced between £3.00 and £10.00 each.

​Take your pumpkin back to the barns, where you can collect a carving kit to transform your pumpkins*. Pens will be available, as a safer option, for younger ones to decorate their pumpkin**.

There is also a spooky sensory trail through the wooded area on the farm to explore. It is approximately 400m long, and although it is flat and off-road, pushchairs are advised.

*Please note that pumpkin carving can be dangerous, and doing so is the responsibility of the supervising adult.

**Parents and carers are advised that some pens will not be washable and may stain, so please dress accordingly. ​



Please see important ticketing information below.

Ticketing information

  • Entry is £3.00 per person, under 2’s free. 
  • All tickets must be pre-booked, except for under 2’s. 
  • Either morning or afternoon slot each day.
  • Please, be sure to select the date and time slot (morning or afternoon) that you require.
  • Pumpkins are an additional charge.

​Good to know

  • You will need wellies/boots and coats. The pumpkin field is likely to be muddy, and there is no heating in the barns/indoor areas. 
  • There will be and indoor sandpit play area and an outdoor playground.
  • There will also be a refreshments area, offering tea/coffee/juice and cakes.
  • Sorry, no dogs are allowed.

About Hadsham Farm

Located in a secluded Cotswold valley in north Oxfordshire, yet only 10 minutes from Banbury, Hadsham Farm is a mix of arable and livestock farming. It provides a venue to host weddings and events, and it opens to the public for the lambing season in spring and pumpkin picking in autumn.

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