ANOTHER year has seen another great season for pickers at Spilmans pumpkin farm in North Yorkshire.

The farm offers a range of pumpkin sizes and is free to enter, with visitors only paying for the pumpkin they pick.

Tom Spilman said that it was a “very busy” time of year at the farm in Sessay, near Thirsk.

The farm also includes a carving barn, with a spooky walk for young and older children, a takeaway marquee and coffee shop, a “uni-corn-maze” and free tractor rides during festival days, as well as a spooky cinema.

Spilmans farm is a family run business consisting of husband and wife Richard and Sally as well as two of their three sons Tom and Joss, and their daughter-in-law Olivia. The pumpkin farm was only started in 2017, but due to high demand it had to double its crop size for the following year.

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