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Visiting Wymeswold Fruit Farm

Please call our fruit picking hotline on 01509 880230 and listen to the recorded message for all up-to-date information including fruit availability and opening times.
During fruit picking season, we sell locally produced cream from our friends at Vine Farm Dairy in Great Dalby, as well as delicious Thaymar ice cream, slush puppies, and other cold drinks.
When the weather turns chillier in pumpkin season, you can treat yourself to one of our famous hot chocolates with whipped cream and marshmallows! Tea, coffee and cold drinks are also available.

Opening times *

Monday to Friday 10 am until 6 pm
Saturday and Sunday 10 am until 4 pm

Monday to Sunday 10 am until 5 pm
* depending on availability

All fruit MUST be paid for before being eaten.
Pick-weigh-pay-then eat!

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We reserve the right to refuse entry to anyone at any time, and also to ask anyone to leave, who is disrespectful to our staff and other customers or exhibits any kind of inappropriate behaviour.

Please remember, this is a small family run business and we will not tolerate the presence of anyone who’s clear intention is to visit purely to wander and eat fruit without paying for it.

A beginner's guide to fruit picking.
  • Soft fruit is delicate and can bruise easily. Bruised fruit will not last as long once picked, so a gentle hand is a must.
  • Before picking take care to check that each berry is ripe. If the berry is not perfect, please leave it attached to the plant for someone else to pick. DO NOT pick fruit and throw it on the floor.
  • Hold the fruit by the stem just above the leaves and give a gentle pull. The fruit should come away with ease when ripe.
  • Don’t forget to place your fruit carefully into the basket to avoid bruising.
  • For storage cold is gold!! Fruit should be stored in the fridge as soon as possible once picked.


Visiting Wymeswold Fruit Farm

Call 01509 880230

Wymeswold Fruit Farm, Wide Lane
Wymeswold, LE12 6SE

Sorry, we can’t allow dogs!

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