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Crockford Bridge Farm
Welcome to Crockford Bridge Farm. We are a family owned farm near Weybridge in Surrey. We grow many different crops for you to pick yourself directly from our fields Our PYO page is updated daily with which crops are available to pick.
Our Summer PYO is now finished for 2021. Please visit our Pumpkin page for information about what's going on in October.
Please be aware, there are no lavatories on the Farm.
Pick Your Own
Our Summer PYO season has now finished.
Our PYO page is updated daily with what's available to pick.
We grow many different fruits and vegetables, please remember that Strawberries are a naturally growing, seasonal product and not always available.
Bookings are not required after the 1st September, please check our Farm & PYO page for end of season crop availability.
Please see below for opening hours.
EVents on the Farm.
At certain times of year, we hold fun events at the Farm. Tickets to our events can sell out quickly. To avoid disapointment we strongly recomment signing up for email updates and following our Social Media accounts.
As Autumn approaches, the cheery sight of glowing orange pumpkins means that Halloween and our Pumpkin Festival are just around the corner. Join us during October for our fun and friendly Pumpkin Festival which culminates in a week of fun activities over the October Half Term.
Click here for more Pumpkin Information
Cut your own Christmas Tree.
You can visit The Farm from late November to cut your own Christmas Tree. We are one of the few farms in the South East able to offer this experience to our customers.
Visit Father Christmas
As we draw closer to Midwinter, Father Christmas arrives at Crockford Bridge Farm and can be visited in his log cabin deep within the Wonder Wood. Embark on an enchanted walk through our real Christmas Tree Forest and interact with a cast of characters along the way. At the end of your adventure, Father Christmas is waiting with a gift in his Log Cabin.
Tickets for our Christmas events are usually released around the start of November, after our Pumpkin Festival finishes.