The Lukies family have been farming at Cammas Hall Farm since 1889 and when the PYO opened in 1966 it became one of the pioneering PYO farms of the era. The current farmer, Jonathan Lukies, took over the reigns during the 1990s and lives on the farm with his wife and four children. In recent years he has introduced a series of improvements that have been necessary to secure the farm’s future and ensure it has plenty to offer to all those visiting while retaining its rustic appeal. In addition to the fruit, Jonathan also farms wheat and oilseed rape that can be seen in the surrounding fields before the August harvest.
The mission of the farm is to be a destination where visitors can enjoy the highest quality local produce in beautiful rural surroundings. Our friendly and professional team aim to provide a unique and affordable experience that can be enjoyed by all ages.
We accept debit and credit cards for in both our farm shop and tea barn. Certain activities such as face painting, crafting etc will require payment by cash but we do offer a cashback service if needed.
We have ample free parking at the farm. In wet weather the parking field may become muddy so please allow our staff to guide you to the best parking areas. Disabled parking spots are available in front of the barn.
We have male, female and disabled toilet facilities. Baby changing is available in the disabled toilet and we have high chairs and bottle warming facilities in our tea barn.
Well behaved dogs are welcome at the farm and we have dog waste bins located around the farm. For more information check out our FAQs.
Plan your day
April 3rd 2020 to April 19th 2020
We are open from 9am to 4.30pm Tuesday to Sunday and Easter Monday.
April 20th 2020 until 21st May 2020
We are open from 9am to 4.30pm Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays.
22nd May 2020 to 1st November 2020
We are open from 9am to 5.30pm Tuesday to Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays.
Before visiting always check what produce we have available (this can change on a daily basis) by visiting our PYO page, take a look to see if we have any events running and check out our latest news! This will give you an idea of what to expect when you arrive at the farm.
During our peak season from June to August the weekends can be busy. If you are able to visit during the week please do so. We will supply you with punnets for the PYO but you are encouraged to bring your own container/s You will need a separate container for each fruit you wish to pick. Please see a member of staff on arrival who will weigh your container prior to entering the fields.
Take a look at the weather. If it’s raining or has been raining you can expect the farm to be muddy so please dress appropriately. Our irrigation systems can cause areas of mud even in the best of weather. If it’s very hot please bring your hat and your sunscreen! Whilst we have indoor and covered areas at the farm it’s very much an outdoor experience and you could be out in the fruit fields, nature trail or maize maze for a while.
Before visiting the farm with children please take time to read our guidance on lost children (and how to avoid it happening!) located here.
Firstly, many thanks to all who have already visited us this weekend. Despite these difficult times there was a friendly atmosphere, and everyone was very respectful of one another. We’d like to thank you all for your support. We will be open on Sunday 29th March but...
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