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London For Toddlers: Crockford Bridge Farm

Photo Credit: © Crockford Bridge Farm

Farm
All ages

Crockford Bridge Farm

West London

Free - £3

Seasonal pick your own fruit and vegetable farm with an ice cream parlour and a small playground.

Bookings are required during our peak months of June, July and August - there is no need to book in September.

HIGHLIGHTS
PRICES

No entry charge but a pre-booked Farm Pass is essential
Adults £3 (15 years +)
Children £2 (1-14 years)
Infants - No charge

OPENING TIMES

Monday: CLOSED
Tuesday: CLOSED
Wednesday: CLOSED
Thursday: CLOSED
Friday: CLOSED
Saturday: 10:00 - 16:00
Sunday: 10:00 - 17:00

ADDRESS
Crockford Bridge Farm

New Haw Road, Addlestone, Nr. Weybridge, Surrey

KT15 2BU

GETTING HERE
Rail/Underground

Byfleet and New Haw, West Byfleet

Parking

Plenty of free parking. please park in the grass field car park rather than the adjacent Garden Centre which is a separate business.

MORE INFO
PLACES TO EAT

Picnics aren't permitted anywhere on the farm.

FAMILY FACILITIES

Buggies can be left at the entry kiosk and we recommend bringing a baby carrier (buggies are welcome in Crockford's Corner and The Avant Garden).

DOGS

Dogs are never allowed into our picking fields. This is in order to comply with our responsibilties under Food Safety and Enviornmental Health regulations. However dogs on leads with responsible owners are welcome in communal areas of the farm for the majority of the year.

ACCESSIBILITY

Wheelchair users are advised that Crockford Bridge Farm is a working farm with limited hard standing areas. The majority of our site is open farmland. Access is easy on dry summer days and many wheelchair users find the farm easily accessible. Access outside of the dry summer season can be challenging, particularly in the Autumn and Winter months or after periods of heavy rainfall.