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4 Pumpkin Patches Near Manchester Where You Can Pick Your Own Pumpkins

By Laura Rogan October 16, 2020

Pick your own at these Autumnal pumpkin patches.

Autumn is in the air, and there’s nothing more that we love than the anticipation that the season brings. From Halloween and Bonfire Night, to the huge countdown to Christmas – the season is filled with happy occasions to share with your nearest and dearest. But first on the agenda = Halloween. Whether you’re doing it for the ‘gram or just absolutely love getting your carve on, we’ve rounded up the best pumpkin patches in Manchester to pick your own this year.

1. Cockfields Farm, Ashton Under Lyne

Credit: Cockfields Farm

A family fave spot in Ashton Under Lyne, Cockfields Farm’s Pumpkin Festival kicks off next month, adding pumpkin picking to their already fun list of activities. Guests will be able to grab a wheel barrow and pick their perfect pumpkin, before heading off into the Spooky Carving Cave to create their masterpiece if they choose to. The festival will also have a number of rides that are suitable for children, as well as a Halloween treasure hunt. Cockfields Farm, Lees Rd, Oldham, Ashton-under-Lyne, OL6 8AR.

2. The Dunham Pumpkin Patch, Altrincham

Credit: The Dunham Pumpkin Patch

Located in Dunham Massey, near Altrincham, the Dunham Pumpkin Patch is back for 2020 – and it’s perfect for grown ups to enjoy. Head over and pick your perfect pumpkin (or two), before enjoying a delicious wood fired pizza and a glass of their homemade cider, made from the very apples that you’ll find in the orchard by the pumpkin patch. The Dunham Pumpkin Patch, Henshall Lane, Dunham Massey, WA145SL.

3. Kenyon Hall Farm, Warrington

Credit: Kenyon Hall Farm

Kicking off in October, Kenyon Hall Farm is ready to welcome back guests for their PYO Pumpkin season, with over 15,000 pumpkins available to pick this year. The patch is pretty spectacular, too, with a variety of sizes and colours to pick from. Guests will get to run about with a wheelbarrow while picking their perfect pumpkins, before enjoying the farm shop and cafe. Kenyon Hall Farm, Winwick Ln, Croft, Warrington, WA3 7ED.

4. Lancaster Park and Animal Farm, Chadderton

Credit: Lancaster Park and Animal Farm

Lancaster Park is one of Oldham’s best activities for families, and this year they’re really getting into the Halloween spirit. With a number of sessions taking place throughout October, guests can check out their pumpkin patch, before choosing one of their own to carve. Kids can also enjoy a costume competition, aswell as a Spooky Haunted House before enjoying the rest of the park and farm’s animals. Lancaster Park and Animal Farm, Middleton Road West, Chadderton, Oldham, OL1 2TG.

Read more: These Are The Best Autumn Walks Less Than One Hour From Manchester

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