MORE than 15,000 pumpkins are available to choose from at a festival in Croft this year.

Kenyon Hall Farm, on Winwick Lane, Croft, is hosting its annual pumpkin festival once again - which gives members of the public the chance to enter the pumpkin patches and pick their own pumpkins.

The festival and patches are open every day throughout October, though most weekend and half-term slots have been booked up - showing how popular the event is.

Warrington Guardian: Kenyon Hall Farm's shop is open from 9am until 5pmKenyon Hall Farm's shop is open from 9am until 5pm (Image: Kenyon Hall Farm)

Entry to the festival is £2.50, and this grants entry to the pumpkin patches too.

Pumpkins picked on-site range in cost from £2 to £10, as some of the vegetables can grow to a 'massive' size.

If pumpkin picking isn't your cup of tea, the farm shop on-site has a range of pre-picked pumpkins that visitors can choose from.

Warrington Guardian: The festival is always a hit with familiesThe festival is always a hit with families (Image: Kenyon Hall Farm)

The event is wheelchair accessible, but the organisers warn that weather conditions could well change this.

Kenyon Hall Farm's website also explains that the earlier in the season that visitors attend, the less likely it is to be muddy.

Tod Bulmer - aka Farmer Tod - said: "We’re Warrington’s original pumpkin patch and have been growing pumpkins here at Kenyon Hall Farm for over 30 years!

"This year’s Pumpkin Festival is going to be our biggest and best with more pumpkins, more photo opportunities and more Halloween treats than ever!

"We can’t wait to welcome you to pick your perfect pumpkin!"

Tickets are available to purchase here.