Pick Your Own

PYO Update:
Our PYO fields will now be closing at 4pm on Sunday 27th September. Please note we now close at 4pm every day with last entry to the PYO fields at 3pm. We still have lots of delicious fruit to pick.

Booking for PYO is no longer required and it’s FREE Admission for the last few days. So, just rock up any day (10am – 4pm) and enjoy the last ‘Taste of Summer’ before we roll further into Autumn!

PLEASE READ OUR NEW PROCEDURES AND RULES FOR PYO SUMMER 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions we have new procedures and rules to ensure both you and our staff are kept as safe as possible at all times.

Groups of up to 6 people from the same household/’support bubble’ will be able to enter the PYO fields to ensure social distancing is achievable. Please note that this group of up to 6 people includes all walking children, disabled visitors and carers. 

PURCHASING FRUIT:
You will be asked on arrival at the admission kiosk to pay for the fruit you want to pick before entering the PYO fields. Please pay using a contactless card. Cash will not be accepted.
The following fruits are currently available for picking:
Strawberries
Punnet (approx. 1kg) £6
Large round tub (approx. 2kg) £12
Raspberries
Punnet (approx. 1kg) £8.50
Blackberries
Punnet (approx. 1kg) £8.50

IN THE FIELD:
Please use the hand sanitiser station before entering the PYO fields.
You will be directed by the PYO Wardens to pick fruit from a specific row and you will be asked to follow the new one-way system around the PYO fields. You must ONLY pick from the row to which you are directed.
Our PYO Wardens will be on hand to help make sure people know where to go to pick their fruit.
Please always respect the social distancing rules and stay at least 2 metres away from other pickers and our staff.

AFTER PICKING:
Your session will last 1 hour but once you have filled your containers you are free to leave the PYO fields by following the one-way system back to the car park.
Please use the hand sanitiser station before getting back into your car.
We strongly advise that no fruit is eaten until you have been able to wash it at home.
Please leave the car park as soon as you have finished picking fruit to avoid congestion in the car park.

OTHER RULES AND REGULATIONS:
Dogs – other than service dogs – are not allowed in the PYO car park or PYO fields.
NO restaurant facilities are available on-site.

Due to the very different procedures for our PYO this year, please carefully read our full terms and conditions here

For any PYO enquiries please email pyo@manorfarmfruits.co.ukYou can also keep updated via our Instagram page!

Gallery

Not sure what summer at Manor Farm Fruits looks like? Take a look at this video to find out. 

Strawberries

We grow several varieties of strawberries including Malling Centenary, Sonata, Flair and Malling Sunrise.

Raspberries

We grow both summer and autumn fruiting raspberries. The varieties we grow in the PYO fields are Malling Minerva, Glen Ample, Cascade Delight and Tulameen.

Blackberries

Our commercially grown blackberries are much larger than their wild hedgerow counterparts and as well as being great in puddings and desserts, they freeze beautifully so why not put some in the freezer for a ‘fruit boost’ in the winter months? We grow the varieties Karaka Black, Loch Tay and Loch Ness.

Blackcurrants

Blackcurrants are slightly tart and sharp fruits and are usually eaten cooked in jams, puddings and preserves. We grow a variety called Ebony.

Blueberries

We sell ready picked blueberries and as they a great source of Vitamin C and Vitamin K as well as containing high levels of antioxidants, they really are a ‘super fruit’ in terms of health benefits. The variety we grow here is called Liberty.

Gooseberries

Current Variety: Invicta – the most popular green gooseberry; great for cooking or eating straight from the bush. Gooseberries aren’t sold in many places, meaning our Invicta variety are always in strong demand! If you’re a fan, you’d best get picking as soon as they’re ready to avoid disappointment.

 

Redcurrants

In addition to their use in jams, puddings and preserves, redcurrants are also a great garnish to accompany meats and work particularly well with lamb. We grow a variety called Jonkheer van Tets.

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Contact Us

Address

Manor Farm Fruits
Manor Farm
Watling Street
Hints
Tamworth
B78 3DF

(For SATNAVS please enter Manor Farm B78 3DF)

01543 483308

info@manorfarmfruits.co.uk

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Opening Times

Pick Your Own

Monday 10am - 4pm

Tuesday 10am - 4pm

Wednesday 10am - 4pm

Thursday 10am - 4pm

Friday 10am - 4pm

Saturday 10am - 4pm

Sunday 10am - 4pm

Strawberry Drive Thru

Monday 10am - 4pm

Tuesday 10am - 4pm

Wednesday 10am - 4pm

Thursday 10am - 4pm

Friday 10am - 4pm

Saturday 10am - 4pm

Sunday 10am - 4pm