The year has been anything but normal so far, so it’s nice to see that one of our favourite summer activities is back – Strawberry picking at Claremont Farm.
You can now head over to the Bebington farm for their annual strawberry picking season, which is expected to last 3-4 weeks. This year they have considered some important measures due to the Coronavirus.
Previously you would enter the farm shop and get a basket, head out to the field, pick your stawberries and then return to the shop for your stawberries to be weighed. However, to avoid people having to queue you will now be charged an entry fee, ensuring that everyone pays up front. This way you can collect your starwberries and leave without having to queue, therefore reducing everyone’s risk of potentially spreading infection.
Strawberry Picking At Claremont Farm Prices and Opening Hours
You can choose from a small 1 kilo punnet, for £4.50 or a large punnet which is £9. Children aged two and under get free entry and can pick with adults or older children.
Strawberry Picking at Claremont Farm is expected to be open daily from 10am-6pm but it is worth checking their Facebook page for updates.
The Claremont Farm shop is open, with queuing and online collections, as well as the café which is serving takeaway food and drinks.