As mentioned last week, this happened last Saturday.
It’s definitely a great event to be marked into your calendar for next year as it was a lovely, family event.
The strawberries were superb and the pick your own plentiful, as well as being very well priced at $3 a pound.
The farm also had a lovely marketstand type store where you could buy locally grown fruit and veg, which seemed to be very well priced as well. Plenty of lovely looking home made lunches boxes were available as well.
Because of the rain this time around, I don’t think they had the pony rides which was a shame, but they did move the music and puppet shows into the greenhouse and there was plenty of room to enjoy them.
The one main consideration I think would be to arrive early, because even with the heavy morning rain, which had cleared out by the time this started at 11am, the place did get very busy by the time we arrived at lunchtime. There was quite a lot of parking available, but it was still a bit of a struggle to find a spot.
There also might be a bit of a struggle to use a pushchair if you had to as there might not much space to move it around easily when the shows get going and it’s certainly very grassy outside.
The toilets inside were also very nice and clean and they had ample portaloos outside as well.
I’ll get around to writing a review for the music and the puppet shows, which were both fantastic entertainment for everyone.