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Pumpkin Festival and Halloween Fun at Cannon Hall Farm

Added on: 25th August, 2017 by melanie_28487

Pumpkin Festival and Halloween Fun at Cannon Hall Farm

Last Updated:
Tue, 19 September 2017

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THE PUMPKIN patch is returning to Cannon Hall Farm - with almost 10,000 pumpkins available for visitors to pick and carve.

Each paying child will be given a voucher to get entry to our very own pumpkin patch. They can design the perfect spooky face for your pumpkin and our expert carvers will shape out those toothy grins for you.

In addition to the pumpkin patch, the youngsters can also follow the special Trick or Treat Trail around our farm, think of it as a Halloween themed treasure hunt. One winner a day will be selected to win a family ticket.

As if that isn't enough, there will also be daily shows with our performing witches.

Each child paying full-price admission will also get to make their own terrifically horrifying Halloween headdress with the help from our craft station team!

Visitors are also encouraged to wear fancy dress - and spot prizes will be offered by farm staff to those who have made a special effort.

Tickets are priced at £9.95 per person (under twos go free.) Every child paying full price admission will get a free pumpkin. A family ticket for £38 admits any combination of four people (with free pumpkins for up to two children.) Extra Pumpkins can be purchased for adults and Under 2ís at a charge of £2.50.

Tickets include all day admission to the farm, outdoor adventure play and indoor soft play, sheep and ferret racing, milking demos, tractor trailer rides, Shire horse talks and meerkat sessions.

Prebook your tickets online - it's an open ticket so you can choose what day to come on nearer the time, but it guarantees you admission on busy days and reserves you a pumpkin.

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