The North East has plenty of places to pick your own pumpkin however many places this year are ticketed events due to the need for social distancing and Covid-19 measures.
Despite this, there are still plenty of opportunities to get involved in the spooky spirit for Halloween.
1. Down At The Farm
Pumpkin picking available throughout October half-term week, 10am until 4pm. Tickets are on sale from Saturday, October 19 with the event running from October 24 until November 1.
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At Church Farm, Sessay, near Thirsk, Spilmans offers pumpkin picking every weekend and the whole week up to Halloween. A car ticket costing £10 is required for entry however the money is returned in credit to use throughout your visit. Pumpkin prices start from £1.
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3. East Grange Farm
At East Grange Farm in Durham, one ticket per car is required for entry. Tickets are free and the event runs from October 16 until October 27.
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4. Adventure Valley
At Adventure Valley in Durham between October 24 and November 1 you can get a free pumpkin with entry for children and they can carve a pumpkin from the patch on site. Entry costs £12.50 for both adults and children.