Bell’s Pumpkin Patch 2020
How do we buy tickets and can we just turn up on the day?
You must pre book tickets on line. We cannot sell tickets over the phone, on messenger or in the Outlet. Click here to buy tickets.
What’s included in the ticket price?
Entry to the PYO patch, photo stations, bale climb, assault course, maize maze and picnic area.
Who needs a ticket?
Everyone needs a ticket. Except under 2’s who go free.
Do I need to wear a mask?
As an open-air event, visitors are not required to wear a mask in the patch. However government guidelines do stipulate that you must wear a mask whilst in the covered area of the Outlet, unless you are exempt.
Will there be food available?
We aim to have food and drink vans on the patch. Unfortunately we will not be running our usual own food area, as it tends to cause a bottleneck of customers, not conducive to Covid-19 guidelines. We will provide plenty of picnic benches and bales, including some under over, should you wish to bring your own picnic!
Are there toilet facilities?
Yes there are all the usual toilet facilities, including accessible toilets and baby change facilities.
What should we wear?
The condition of the patch very much depends on the weather. 2019 was an uber mud year, with unprecedented rainfall throughout September and October! We hope 2020 will be a littler drier… but we’re not sure 2020 is the year to bank on wishes. We will update the condition of the patch on social media, but as a rule, we always recommend you put some wellies and coat in the car just in case!
Are dogs allowed?
Yes dogs are welcome in the shop and the patch. We have always allowed dogs, and find that our visiting dogs owners are always very respectful and clean up after their pets. All we ask, is that this continues.