Crockford Bridge Farm, near Weybridge

This family-owned seasonal fruit and vegetable farm near Weybridge in Surrey offering pick-your-own visits and seasonal events throughout the year. There’s also an ice-cream parlour.

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Set on an 80-acre farm in Addlestone, near Weybridge, Crockford Bridge Farm is one of the oldest continually farmed farms in Surrey. There’s even mention of Crockford Bridge Farm in the Domesday Book.

The farm has been owned and run by the Smith family since the 1970s growing crops of fruits and vegetables throughout the year. Paul Smith is the fifth generation Smith to run the farm – and what he doesn’t know about growing crops probably isn’t worth knowing.

More than 20 different fruit and vegetables are grown at Crockford Bridge Farm from asparagus, beetroot and broad beans to strawberries, squash and sweetcorn. They also grow Christmas trees.

Crockford Bridge Farm specialises in traditional growing methods – without the use of polytunnels. And this, they say, is quite simply because the traditional growing methods produce the best taste.

Events throughout the year start at Easter when the farm reopens after a winter closure. During the summer months the pick-your-own  visits open. Booking is required in the peak months of June, July and August, but there’s no need to book in May or September.

In October, it’s all about the pumpkins – this is one of Surrey’s biggest pumpkin growers – and there’s pick-your-own, a pumpkin market and a pumpkin festival.

From November, you can visit to cut down your own Christmas tree (bookings required) – choose from Nordmann Fir, Norway Spruce, Fraser Fir, Blue Spruce. There’s also a variety of potted trees available for sale in varying sizes.

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New Haw Road, Addlestone, near Weybridge, Surrey KT15 2BU



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