Yes. You should not eat anything in the fields that you have not paid for. Also you should not pick too much and then try to leave it. This is a waste of food and a loss to us as we cannot sell it on. The prices are at the entrance and any member of family or staff can help you roughly work out how much your pick will be.

No. There is no entry fee, you simply pay for everything you pick.

The ground may be uneven in places so we recommend that you wear appropriate footwear, flat-soles shoes like trainers and boots in wet weather as it can be muddy. There may be insects and plants that could sting and scratch you, it is best to wear long sleeved and long legged clothes for protection. In sunny weather it is advisable to wear a hat and use suncream as there is no shade in the middle of the fields.

Yes. We provide punnets or baskets for fruit and bags for vegetables although we encourage you to bring your own and for any new packaging you save we will donate to our charities. For larger picks we have wheelbarrows you can use and any crop that needs digging has garden forks by it in the field.

When the weather is good the ground, although a little uneven in places, is suitable for using a pushchair, wheelchair or disability buggy with someone accompanying. The Pick Your Own fields have grass tracks around the edges and between the blocks of crops which you can easily travel along.

Most crops are grown in ridges or beds, like Strawberries for example, so it would not be possible to get into the middle of the block but you can pick along the edges. When it has been raining it can get very muddy and our soil is sticky and can clog wheels quite quickly.

Yes. We have portable toilets, including one which is wider access with a flush threshold and hand rails.

No. We do not allow dogs (except registered Guide Dogs) at the Pick Your Own for hygiene and safety reasons and due to lack of guaranteed shade in the car park we would recommend you leave your pets at home.

No. We do not allow picnics or BBQ’s anywhere on site. We have many beautiful sites to go to nearby, please ask any member of the family or staff for directions.

If you think you have been overcharged you must check it at the time of purchase, you will no longer be able to question it once you leave the PYO kiosk.

Most produce is bought as seen as you have selected it but if you have a problem with a sealed bag of onions, for example, you simply need to bring the contents back to get an exchange.

At the entrance there is a list of fruits and vegetables that are available to pick that day, you must only pick from that list. Never pick anything that is not a registered fruit or vegetable grown specifically by Grove Farm PYO, like weeds for example.

Yes. Grove Farm PYO is a working farm and agricultural vehicles will be moving about. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Visitors to Grove Farm PYO must keep to our speed limit of 10mph anywhere on site, up the drive and round the car park. As you leave the site onto the B488 the speed limit is 30mph up to and through Ivinghoe.

Yes. You need prior permission from Grove Farm PYO for coaches and any groups of 15+ people of any age.

Yes. You need permission and will be charged a fee for any commercial photo shoot or media productions shot at Grove Farm PYO.