NEW OFFER: Free cup of tea at Primrose Vale PYO
Explore Gloucestershire have teamed up with Primrose Vale to offer a refreshing cup of tea or coffee for fruit pickers to the farm shop.
For pickers of 2.5kg of fruit, a cup of tea or coffee is available to relax and enjoy in the tranquil surrounds of the farm shop and fields. To obtain this great offer go to Explore Gloucestershire's OFFER PAGES...
Picking your own strawberries is a great family outing that children of all ages seem to love. Nothing quite beats the satisfaction of enjoying your own hand picked succulent berries as you dig out your favourite recipes. It’s a bit of an educational experience for children as well, as they get to see where some of their food comes from, and how it grows.
Experience of picking fruit with children has however given Explore Gloucestershire the insight to pass on a couple of valuable tips – wet wipes and old clothes!!
At Primrose Vale PYO you don’t even have to bend down, as the strawberries are at waist height esuring that picking is an easy and enjoyable experience on a fine sunny day in Gloucestershire - great news for us, but bad news for the bugs!!
There are many other fruits to pick at Primrose Vale Farm Shop including raspberries, redcurrants, whitecurrants, blackcurrants, gooseberries, tayberries, loganberries, as well as seasonal vegetables throughout the summer.
For further information.
16 June 2011
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• Renaissance Music at Lodge Park, Gloucestershire
• The £3 million restoration of the Everyman Theatre almost complete
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• Celebrate Forest Discovery Day at Westonbirt
• Gloucester Cathedral wins praise for innovation in quality visitor attraction award
• Record-breaking early sales for The Times Cheltenham Literature Festival 2011
• Gloucester City Museum Official Opening
• ’Garden of the future’ has opened at Slimbridge
• New activity attraction in the Forest of Dean
• Everyman Out There! The New Young Company Launches
• KIDS GO FREE this summer with the National Trust
• Local musicians, poets & artists join Treefest at Westonbirt
• Harts Barn to host first Plum Festival for the Forest of Dean
• The Times Cheltenham Literature Festival 2011 - details announced
• Award winning garden will open come rain or shine at WWT Slimbridge
• Blackfriars Priory opens its doors to visitors
• Cheltenham Horse Parade - Fine Form Exhibition
• World’s rarest piglets make their debut... Warts and all!
• Grant helps Chedworth Roman Villa development
• Stars Shine at Air Tattoo
• Launch of 'LOVE YOUR ZOO' & 'ON YOUR DOORSTEP' at ICBP
• WORLD FIRST: Spoon-billed sandpiper chicks hatch in captivity
• Get back to nature this summer with Treefest at Westonbirt
• NEW OFFER: Free cuppa at Magicland in Cirencester
• Cheltenham's Everyman Theatre Restoration – Well under way!
• £3m makeover for top Hallmark Gloucester Hotel
• REVIEW: High ropes in the Forest of Dean with MOTIVA
• Comic Legend to re-open Everyman Theatre!
• FREE OFFER listings available for Gloucestershire businesses!
• New arrivals at Cotswold Wildlife Park!
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• City Council Announces 75th Annual Gloucester Carnival
• James Hunt Exhibition at the Cotswold Motoring Museum
• AWARD WINNER 2011: Cotswold Wildlife Park
• NEW OFFER: Free cup of tea at Primrose Vale PYO
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• Vulcan Bomber returns to the 2011 Air Tattoo
• Fantastic flying kicks off RIAT Media launch
• Big boost to Cotswold Water Park near Cirencester
• Adam Henson to officially launch Harts Barn Farm Shop and Cookery School