Fruit update 30/8/23

Victoria plums are very nearly at their end. However, Marjories have cropped well (sweet plum) and there are also Croppers – a sharper plum at the moment which is excellent for jam etc. Both types are available for PYO as well as Ready Picked.

Damsons are plentiful.

The apples currently available are Katy and Red Miller.

Opening times this week –

Wednesday – Friday Noon until 5pm

Saturday 10am – 5pm

Sunday 10am – 5pm

Finding us

A number of people this year have ended up at Walsgrove Farm (Goodman), finding themselves surrounded by geese which that farms specialises in! Our post code is WR7 4QL. On google, we are second on the page whereas they are first.

Fruit update 23rd August 2023

Opening times for the next few days –

Today (Wednesday) open until 6pm

Thursday / Friday – Noon – 6pm

Saturday 10 – 6pm

Sunday 10 – 5pm

Monday 10 – 6pm

We still have plenty of Victorias (PYO and ready picked), but this will be the last weekend for them. Other plums include Marjories, good for eating and Burbanks excellent for eating / cooking / freezing/ jamming.

Damsons are now ready for PYO and ready picked – a good crop.

There are Katy apples and James Grieve – only ready picked as a fairly poor harvest.

Plum update 11/8/23

Victorias are now ready! There will be ready picked and PYO from tomorrow. Our opening hours for the next few days are as follows

Saturday Noon – 6pm. There is a coffee morning in the village (down the road opposite us) from 10.30 – noon if you want refreshments before picking!

Sunday 10am – 6pm

Monday 1pm – 6pm

Tuesday – Friday Noon – 6pm

We still have plenty of Yellow and Purple Pershores to PYO or have ready picked.

There are also Excalibur – a large sweet eater ready picked which we be available for another couple of days – only ready picked.

Plums and apples w/b 7/8/23

We will be open from noon – 6pm everyday this week (today – Saturday)

Purple and and Yellow Pershores are now ready for PYO or ready picked and are in good supply.

Our first apple variety – Beauty of Bath – is also ready for picking. This variety is lovely straight off the tree but doesn’t stay crisp for very long so is certainly a variety that you’re unlikely to see for sale in the shops.