Last page update Monday 2nd May 2022
Pick Your Own and Café will remain closed for 2022
We will however open for special events such as Asparagus Weekend and Pumpkin Week.
Our next scheduled event is Asparagus Weekend which will be held on the 14th & 15th May. This is a ticketed event and tickets must be purchased online and will not be available on the gate. Tickets are available here.
For news updates on our events please sign up to our Newsletter published on the first day of each month with additional emails sent for events such as these. The sign up form can be accessed here.
You may also like to follow our social media channels where we also regularly post news and event information.
On Site Etiquette
We have a few guidelines we would really appreciate if you would follow whilst on site in addition to our picking guidelines (listed below).
Only food purchased on site should be eaten in the PYO enclosure. The seating provided is for paying customers only.
We do not allow dogs into the areas where crops are grown for the public to pick or in the PYO enclosure.
Dogs are allowed on site on our grassed areas and should be kept on leads whilst on site. A poop and scoop policy is in place at all times.
Parking at Secretts
We have plenty of free on-site parking at Secretts. When you enter the site from the Chapel Lane end you will drive past the farm shop car park and carry on past the greenhouses and lakes until you reach the PYO which is signposted. If you arrive from the Squires Garden Centre site you will reach the PYO after the plum trees
Pick Your Own Guidelines
To ensure that everyone can enjoy the PYO at Secretts may we respectfully ask that you follow these guidelines;
Collect your punnet and talk to us in the greenhouse before you start picking. We will tell you where to find the best fruit and let you know what is available and the prices.
Children should be supervised at all times; Secretts is a commercial farm so tractors and other vehicles are moving around the farm all the time.
Please do not eat our crops before you have paid for them. We know it is tempting to have a little taste while you picking but please just taste one and then pay for the rest!