Our Pick Your Own


Barton-le-Street Pick Your Own YO17 6PP -  opened 14th June 2019 -

now open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 10am to 5pm for

Strawberry picking.  Also available our own jam, rapeseed oil and beef, along with drinks, cream and ice cream.

See our cattle and sheep in the field next to the PYO.


Horsforth Pick Your Own LS18 5ES - opened June 23rd 2019 - now open for strawberry picking - daily 10am to 7pm, last entry 6.30pm.  Also available our own jam, rapeseed oil and beef, along with ice cream, cream and drinks.  Tractor and trailer rides weekends only.  Face painting Friday, Saturday and Sunday.  Coming soon piglets, dinosaur trail etc


Daily PYO updates can be seen at the bottom of this page on the facebook feed


Pumpkin picking mid October 2019


We started the popular outdoor pick your own in Horsforth in 1984 concentrating on growing strawberries and raspberries, with a number of varieties of each to enable as long a picking season as possible for our customers.  In addition to our Horsforth site, 2019 sees the start of our new PYO in Barton-le-Street near Malton, not as big as the Horsforth site so it will have more limited opening hours.


We keep things simple growing the strawberries in the ground, rather than in raised beds.  We find that not only do the strawberries taste better this way, but think it is more fun for the kids to pick them like this, as they can rummage amongst the leaves trying to find the biggest sweetest strawberry.


Raspberries have always been grown in the ground too, but we are also now trialling some in pots to see if we can reduce disease susceptibility which raspberries can be prone to.


As the fruit is grown in open ground the season is strictly weather dependent.  Generally picking starts sometime in June and finishes in early August.  Once the season starts our facebook page is updated on daily basis telling our customers what we are picking and how the season is going. Once picking starts we are open everyday, and will only close if it rains heavily and persistently.


We had a successful first season of PYO pumpkins for Halloween 2018.  A few different varieties of pumpkins were planted so there was a range of sizes to pick from, from standard to jumbo!  After picking the pumpkins customers were able to carve them with kits purchased on site.  We also had face painting and other activies for those that wanted to get involved. 


If you would like us to inform you when the season starts please contact us as it does vary from year to year.

Horsforth is near to Leeds, Bradford and Harrogate.

Barton-le-Street is between Hovingham and Malton


Free on site parking is available in the field adjacent to the picking fields.


Find us –

Horsforth Pick Your Own, West End Lane, Horsforth,

Leeds LS18 5ES

now open daily 10am to 7pm, last entry 6.30pm

From Four Lanes End in Horsforth (junction of Bayton Lane, Layton Lane, Brownberrie Lane and West End Lane) , turn down West End Lane, just passed Lee Lane West, you will see the sign for the picking fields on your right hand side.

From the A65 Rawdon road turn up Hall lane (opposite a bus stop), take a left onto West End Lane.  Keep going up, passed the houses, and we are the first left after a field.


Glebe Farm, Barton-le-Street, Malton, N Yorkshire YO17 6PP

now open Friday, Saturday and Sunday 10am to 5pm

From Malton, we are approximately 5miles along the B1257 in the direction of Hovingham.  Turn right off the B1257 where it is signed for Butterwick and Salton and follow the road through Barton-le-Street village and then follow the signs for the PYO.

From the A64 East bound take the exit for Slinsgby and Castle Howard.  At Slingsby, at the crossroads turn right in the direction of Malton.   On entering Barton-le-street turn left into the village and follow the road until you see signs for the pyo.


To contact us regarding our Pick Your Own please use the contact for to the right hand side

For full Terms and Conditions relating to our PYO please see the PYO Terms and Conditions Page.

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