PUMPKINS are beginning to crop up ahead of the Halloween harvest later this year.
Millets Farm in Frilford has a patch full of the orange squash plants and will be inviting people to come and pick their own in late October.
The events manager at the centre, Jo Kent, said there must be more than 1,500 pumpkins growing on the farm. She said: “It looks awesome – like a sea of orange.”
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