Pumpkin Picking at Hadsham Farm

15, 16 & 22 to 30 October
Hadsham Farm, Banbury
Hadsham Farm, Horley
OX15 6BN

15 October to 30 October

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.