Stone Cross, Nr. Eastbourne, East Sussex
01323 768490

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Pick Your Own (PYO)

You can enjoy picking a huge range of delicious fruit and vegetables at Sharnfold Farm from April to October each year (Tues – Sun).  It is a great way to be outdoors and entertain the children, as well as collect some fantastic produce to take home.

In 2011 we introduced some table top strawberry picking to make sure everyone has the chance to enjoy PYO.

Pick your own (PYO) at Sharnfold Farm in Eastbourne, East Sussex is hugely popular, with regular customers every year throughout the season.  Strawberries have been grown since 1985.

Please remember that whatever you pick on the farm, has to be paid for before you eat it or take it home.

What’s in season for Pick Your Own

  • PYO Raspberries (very few, more coming soon!)
  • PYO Blackcurrants (Finished)
  • PYO Blackberries
  • PYO Red Currants
  • PYO Runner Beans (Slowing down)
  • PYO Beetroot
  • PYO Spinach
  • PYO Tomatoes (Very few)
  • PYO Carrots
  • PYO Sweetcorn

Pick Your Own season guide

Some of our most popular PYO fruit and veg are show below, but we can’t fit everything on and the dates do change slightly each year depending on the weather!  At varying times of year you can also pick carrots, beetroots, spinach, tomatoes, tayberries, loganberries, jostaberries and herbs!

REMEMBER YOU CAN PHONE TO CHECK AVAILABILITY BEFORE YOU TRAVEL!!

The Farm Shop will also have lots of other farm produce too – such as courgettes, marrows, cauliflowers, cabbages, broccoli, blueberries, leeks, cucumbers, peppers, chillis and romanesque!

Cropping Guide January 2012

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Our customers told us...

“We don’t buy our meat anywhere else now.  Sharnfold’s butcher is good value for such fresh and absolutely delicious meat.  You can’t beat free parking either!”

Mrs Earl & Mrs Hancock

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