Spilman's Soft Fruits

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Church Farm, Thirsk YO7 3NB Church Farm, Thirsk YO7 3NB Directions
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Spilman's Soft Fruits started growing strawberries on Church Farm on two acres of land in 1970. Since then the area has expanded to 15 acres. They now grow a variety of summer fruits, including raspberries, gooseberries, blackcurrants and plums. All products are cultivated using traditional methods, without soil sterilization, and are open to the elements. Customers can purchase an array of fresh produce, as well as spending time in the fields, selecting and picking their own specimens.

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Report | 4 months ago
Excellent friendly place. The fruit was really tasty. Overall fantastic place to pick fruit.
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lovely friendly people , enjoyable day would like to go back next year
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Report | 4 months ago
Lovely farm and very friendly staff . We have been twice now and would go again ! Lovely ice cream as well !!!
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What a fab afternoon! Great fun X
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Very friendly staff, lovely strawberries to pick and delicious ice cream!
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Friendly.. Helpful and a thoroughly enjoyable day
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An enjoyable morning out for the kids picking their own strawberries, they really enjoyed it.
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Great time picking strawberries kids loved it highly recommended X x
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Great farm, plenty of different fruits to pick from and not over the top supermarket prices
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Brilliant place, nice owners, lovely strawberries and Ice cream we will deffo go again
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