Although carving turnips – often referred to as neeps or tumshies by us Scots – has been a well-loved tradition across the country for a number of years, pumpkin picking is growing in popularity.
Because of this, more and more businesses and farms across the region have been introducing pumpkin patches to their premises. They provide fun-filled days out, regardless of your age, which are more than welcome given the current circumstances.
So, why not head out and pick your own pumpkin in the north-east?
Take a look at our line-up of places to visit below.
The Fairy Woods at Fedderate
Wynford Farm Park
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The Pumpkin patch is ready and the Wicked Walkthrough is just getting it's finishing touches 🕸️ We're still gutted we couldn't do our full on haunted house like last year but we're pretty sure you'll love what we've been able to do! 👻 BOOK ONLINE before 9.50am for the best prices or get your Tickets on the door. www.wynfordfarm.com/events 🎃
Each venue has strict rules in place for safety, with social distancing in operation.