Halloween is only a few weeks away and many of us will be looking for costumes and decorations for our house to really embrace spooky season.

As well as binge watching horror movies, eating 10x more sweets than normal and dressing up as the latest superhero trend, pumpkin carving is a must when it comes to Halloween.

And before you can carve it, you have to go pick one out. Many people enjoy the simplicity of picking one up in the supermarket, but if you fancy making a day out of it then heading to a pumpkin patch is the best choice.

So where in Cumbria can you go to pick out your own pumpkin?

Walby Farm Park

Walby Farm Park in Crosby-on-Eden is offering pumpkin picking tickets.

Pumpkin picking events are as follows:
October 11-15 - Mini Pumpkin Picking
October 16-17 - Pumpkin Picking
October 18-22 - Mini Pumpkin Picking
October 23-31 - Pumpkin Picking

Adult Tickets are £11.95 and kids tickets (including pumpkin) are £14.45. Senior tickets are £9.45.

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Children under 1 are free, and if you’d like to choose a pumpkin for them then the under 1s pumpkin is £3.

The website states that wellies are very much advisable!

Get your tickets here for the Halloween fun here.

Lakeland Maze Farm Park

Lakeland Maze Farm Park’s pumpkin patch opened on October 9 until October 31.

Entry will be by farm park ticket only, and it is recommended you book tickets online to avoid disappointment.

Adults are £8.45 for tickets and children aged from 2-15 are £7.45.

Pumpkins you pick out will be added to the charge, and pumpkin price is dependant on size.

Book entry tickets here.