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Using the Loo
There are no lavatories on our Farm and we ask all visitors to take this on board when planning their visit.
There are no toilets the on the farm or in our fields due to the prohibitive cost of providing this facility. We are simply a working farm with fields open for customers to pick rather than a tourist attraction.
Sadly we cannot meet the cost of maintaining and providing lavatories without charging an entry fee.
We suggest that customers visiting to pick fruit make use of the many nearby public loo's a short 2 minute drive away in Addlestone before arriving at the farm. For those with younger children, travel potties are an acceptable option, but waste must be taken away with you. It is never acceptable to use our fields or hedgerows as a loo or to dispose of potty waste in our bins.
Frequently asked questions.
Is there an entry charge to the farm?
No, there is no admission charge to enter the farm, however we do operate a minimum spend policy.
Customers are required to spend a minimum amount at the PYO (£4 per adult and £2 per child). This is then redeemed against your crops at the exit till. No change is given should you pick less than £4 per adult or £2 per child.
Please remember this is not an admission fee and produce may still not be eaten in the fields before paying.
How are crops priced?
All fruit and vegetables are sold by weight. We supply empty punnets for you to pick into at the entrance to the farm. When you have finished picking, we weigh your produce and take payment at the exit.
Can I bring a buggy?
No, due to the extensive damage caused to our drip irrigation by a thoughtless minority forcing buggies through our rows of fruit, Buggies may not longer be taken into our picking fields. Buggie's can be left at the entry kiosk although we recommend bring a carrier.
Can I eat fruit in the picking fields?
Definitely not! Nothing should ever be eaten before it's weighed and paid for Eating our crops before is theft and unacceptable. We rely on crop sales to keep the farm open as a viable business.
Can I wash my fruit and veg on site?
No, we don't provide facilities for you to wash your crops. The idea of PYO is to provide fresh crops for you to take home and enjoy! We recommend washing fruit at the last minute before eating it.
Can I bring a picnic?
No, Picnics and BBQ's aren't permitted anywhere on the farm. We've tried our best to accomodate this in the past but have sadly have become overrun with litter.
Are dogs allowed?
No, for hygiene reasons, dogs are not allowed in the picking fields. Dogs on leads with responsible owners are welcome in communal areas of the farm for the majority of the year. Unfortunately, we don't allow dogs on the farm during our busy Pumpkin Patch event.
Are coach parties accepted?
No. The farm is only open to private customers wishing to pick fruit. Coach parties and school educational visits are accepted only at our discretion and with our prior agreement. We reserve the right to charge an entry fee to organised tours and commercial operators (including childminders) bringing their customers to our farm. Please email us for more information email@example.com
Is there Disabled Access?
Wheelchair users are advised that Crockford Bridge Farm is a working farm with limited hard standing areas. The majority of our 75 acres is open farmland.
We aren't able to lay permanent pavements or walkways across the farm for agricultural reasons and also because the farm is in Greenbelt.
Access is easy on dry summer days and many wheelchair users find the farm easily accessible when dry. Access outside of the dry summer season can be challenging, patricularly in the Autumn and Winter months or after periods of heavy rainfall.
There is a dedicated parking area for Blue Badge holders at the entrace to the farm. During peak times and our events, please email us in advance of your visit so we can arrange access.
Driving to the farm
The farm is very close to J11 of the M25 adn there is plenty of free parking. We ask customers to please park in our grass field car park rather than the adjacent Garden Centre which is a separate business.
For sat-nav use the postcode KT15 2BU
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Arriving by train
The closest station is ‘Byfleet and New Haw’ Station which is a short 1 mile walk from the farm, however there is no taxi rank at this station.
Alternatively, 'West Byfleet' Station on the same line, is a little further away (2.5 miles) but does offer a fast 30 minute service to London Waterloo and is a little better equipped with a taxi rank.
Addlestone Station is slightly further away on foot and has a less frequent 'branch line' train service, however it is within walking distance and taxi's are available from Tesco.
Travelling by Bus
The farm is served by a number of bus routes, however, service numbers and timetables change frequently and the service is unreliable. The Surrey County Council website has information on bus services throughout Surrey
Blue Diamond Garden Centre
Crockford Bridge Farm has leased 5 acres of farmland to The Blue Diamond Garden Centre group. Their Weybridge Centre is located at the end of the Farm's driveway. In addition to their extensive range of plants and home wares the Garden Centre is also home to a bustling cafe and a number of concession stores;
Weybridge Garden Centre - 0844 288 5117
Maidenhead Aquatics - 01932 821199
Hot Spring World - 01932 823590
Crockford Bridge Farm is very close to a wealth of award winning attractions. Why not make a day of it and combine a visit to the farm with a visit to one of the amazing places on our doorstep!
Did you know The 'Crouch Oak' in nearby Addlestone is one of the oldest trees in The UK?
The stunning one time home of King Henry VIII is only a short 25 minute drive from the Farm. One of South London's most popular tourist attractions, Hampton Court Palace is also home to the celebrated Maze and holds the annual Hampton Court Flower Show in early July.
Crockford Bridge Farm is located 2 miles away from the historic Brooklands racing track. Parts of the track are still visible to passing motorists. The track is now home to Mercedes Benz World which alongside the adjacent Brooklands Museum are popular venues for motoring fans.
The farm is located within the borough of Runnymede and only a few short miles from the historic site where the Magna Carta was signed. Today the National Trust maintain Runnymede as a popular tourist destination on the banks of the River Thames. For more information click here.
Crockford Bridge Farm is located less than 5 miles away from Thorpe Park, one of England's busiest theme parks.
Located near to Windsor and only 13 miles away from the Farm. Legoland is the UK's most popular tourist attraction.
Restaurants and places to eat.
For those looking for a more substantial meal after visiting the farm, the nearby towns of Weybridge and Cobham offer a wonderful selection of restaurants and eateries, a number of which we supply with our own crops during the growing season.
The Plough Inn, Plough lane, Downside, Cobham, Surrey KT11 3LT
Al Boccon Di Vino, 14 Red Lion Street, Richmond, Surrey TW9 1RW