We look forward to seeing you all at The Patch in October!
Come and enjoy a fun day out with the family.
You can spend the time picking your pumpkins, getting lost in the maize maze, enjoying the activities and the outdoor space as well as having a snack and drink at the refreshment trucks. We are open from Monday 25th to Sunday 31st October.
Please book online before coming to visit us at The Patch. Your ticket time os the time slot for your arrival time to stagger our car park and entries. Gates open for the first ticket slot at 10am and closed at 3pm for everyone.
Tickets are £3 per person and under 2s go free. Pumpkins are to be purchased at the exit of the pumpkin patch ranging from £2 for small up to £10 for extra large pumpkins.
Please dress for the weather and field conditions by wearing warm clothes and suitable footwear we advise wearing wellies. Please see social media before travelling for any updates.
The field is a little uneven but ok for buggies and wheelchairs but please note the weather may change this.
We will have a number of picnic benches to use and will have a small selection of refreshments trucks to keep you all going please see social media to find out what these might be!
Friendly dogs on leads are welcome but not in the Maize Maze or Pumpkin Patch. Their mess is your responsibility so please bag up and take home.
The patch is a no smoking or vaping site please respect this.
It is part of a working farm, you are there at your own risk. Parents and careers are responsible for their children’s safety and are to be supervised by you at all times.
Please take home all your dogs mess to keep our site safe and clean for other customers.
Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferrable.
Remember: ticket time is your arrival time in to The Patch, gates close at 3pm for everyone.
About The Patch
Ben and Ella started The Patch; a pick your own pumpkin patch in Weston near Baldock in 2020 to bring joy, fun and educational activities to children's October Half Term and to share the nature and countryside we have on our doorstep.
We are a working family farm with a herd of cattle and grow other crops such as wheat and barley. We can't wait to have visitors to the farm to come and pick our lovingly grown pumpkins, we think its important for children to learn where their food comes from and how it is grown. There will be some fun activities to do at The Patch and new this year we have a maize maze! There will also be somewhere to grab some yummy refreshments.