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Our 2022 Daffodil season has now finished

Pembrokeshire Daffodils Thank you so much to everyone who supported the farm for another great season – it’s very much appreciated. We hope our beautiful daffodils brightened up the rooms of all who received them, and we look forward to 2023 when our ethically grown, pesticide free flowers will once again be making their way […]

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Raspberry Syrup Great Taste Award!

Brooksgrove Farm Raspberry Syrup We always thought our syrups were worthy of a gong, and so do lots of our customers. Well now we’ve got one! Our Raspberry Syrup has been awarded a Great Taste award by the Guild of Fine Food. Here’s some comments from the judging panel:- ‘..An intense deep rose colour with […]

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The Pumpkin Patch is now closed

Well that’s it, it’s all over! The Pumpkin Patch is now closed for 2018. We planted more pumpkins than ever at Brooksgrove Farm this year and yet we’ve sold out even quicker. We have at times, been quite literally overwhelmed by the number of visitors to the farm and realise that this caused problems for […]

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Latest on the Pumpkin Patch

After an unprecedented number of visitors over the past week, our Pumpkin Patch is now coming to an end for 2018. We still have a good quantity of small pumpkins available, but the medium and large ones have all gone. We will be open as usual from 10.00am until 6.00pm tomorrow and will provide another […]

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Pumpkin Update

Oh my, what a day! We’ve had the busiest day ever today with our little farm groaning at the seams with the number of visitors. We would like to thank everyone that showed patience and understanding while we had to temporarily close the farm to deal with a traffic issue. It’s also meant that our […]

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The Met Office has issued an amber warning for high winds, heavy rain and thunderstorms for the next two days. Because of this, we have decided to postpone opening the Pumpkin Patch until Monday 15th October. We’re really sorry for the inconvenience, but we feel it could potentially be dangerous for visitors to the farm. […]

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