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Pumpkin Patch 2023 NOW CLOSED

Our pumpkin patch is NOW CLOSED. Please do not visit, we are not open! We are a working farm and it can be dangerous to visit us when we are not open to the public.

Thank you to everyone who visited us, please sign up to our newsletter to learn find out about our future events. 


Overstone Grange Farm is back soon for our fifth Autumn of fun on our family farm and we have lots in store for you! We are more than just pumpkin picking. 

Our pumpkin patch is bigger and better than ever Our play patch is jam packed with more fun and we have a mini maize maze to get lost in. 

Our refreshments will be filled with local businesses, including the best coffee from Yellow Bourbon (which is roasted on the farm, doesnt get more local than that!). 

We will be open for our pumpkin patch from 23rd September at weekends and every day from 2 October - 29th October. 

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Our pumpkin patch is our best yet. (And we reckon the biggest in Northamptonshire!)


It is approximately 30 acres (the size of 15 football pitches) with  over 100,00 seeds planted and over 30 varieties of pumpkins and gourds growing. 

We huge ones (they have loved the rain this summer!), we have small ones and all sizes in between. We have orange, red, white, black, blue, pink, stripey, grey and green ones. We have round ones, tall ones, tiny ones, knobbly ones.

Amongst our pumpkins you will find some spooky scenes to enjoy and marvel out. There will be plenty of photo opportunities in the patch too.


Brand new for 2023 is our vegetable cannon! See if you can get your name on our leader board. (Additional Cost) 


We will have painted rocks hidden round the farm to find.


A new mini maize maze to get lost in.  

Our Cynthia Spencer Tombola will be back with your chance to win all your pumpkins! (additional cost)

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Play Patch

Included in tickets is our play patch. And it is back better than ever. Visitor favourites like the bale tower will be bigger and better, the tractor tyre sandpits are restocked and Jenga is polished! We have our very special playhouse and a pedal tractor area. We have more games than ever from Skittles to swing ball, space hoppers to Boules. There should be something for the young and the young at heart to enjoy playing. 


Varying throughout the season we will have baked potatoes, toasted sandwiches or crepes for you to enjoy. There will also be hot and cold drinks and home baked treats.

There are picnic tables you can enjoy your food at. 

You are welcome to bring along a blanket and picnic from home too. Please ensure ALL rubbish is put in the bins to keep the farm clean, tidy and safe for the animals. 

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Special Educational Needs Session

Saturday 7th October 9am - 11am will be a Special Educational Needs (SEN) session. Please come to this session if someone in your group will benefit from a quieter environment.


If purchasing a free carer ticket, please bring documentation to prove your carer status, it will need to be verified. (Proof of status we accept include: Disability living allowance DLA, Personal independence payment PIP or Attendance Allowance. )

Tips for visiting us!
  • There will be mud! Pumpkins are picked from where they grow, come prepared.

  • The pumpkins will have mud - please line your boot if you don't want it to get dirty. 

  • There are wheelbarrows to borrow. Please only take 1 per group.

  • If you put kids in a wheelbarrow, it is at your own risk. Do not let go of the wheelbarrow - they topple easily. 

  • Pumpkins last for months. Store them somewhere cool & dry and make sure they are clean. 

  • Do not kick, drop, throw or stamp on the pumpkins. You will be asked to leave immediately if we see this. 

  • Book tickets - early. Pumpkin picking sells out. Book early to avoid disappointment. We can't guarantee entry without a ticket. 

  • FAQS

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