West Bradley Orchards is famous for its Pick Your Own weekends which occur during the month of September every year. These weekends give the general public the opportunity to visit a working apple farm for free, to pick and purchase their own apples straight from the tree ready for storage at home or immediate eating. 

The Clifton-Brown family welcomes visitors every year and invites you to bring a picnic and spend the day at the farm; take a walk through the orchards, pick apples at your leisure and enjoy a family day out. 

There is a fantastic selection of eating and cooking apples to choose from, with over 15 varieties, both traditional and new. West Bradley is also home to three delicious pear varieties.

A full list of the apple and pear varieties available can be found here.

We welcome all types of visitors - even London cabbies!

We welcome all types of visitors - even London cabbies!

how it works

  • Entry to the farm is free

  • All apples and pears are charged at £1.50 / kilo

  • Cash and cards accepted

  • Dogs are welcome

  • Bags are provided but as West Bradley is an environmentally conscious farm people are encouraged to bring their own containers

  • Free car parking is available

  • Address and contact details can be found here

dates and times

The 2018 Pick Your Own season is now over. West Bradley Orchards will be open again for four weekends in September 2019, from 10am - 5pm:

Friday 6 - Sunday 8 September 2019

Friday 13 - Sunday 15 September 2019

Friday 20 - Sunday 22 September 2019

Friday 27 - Sunday 29 September 2019

Please note that depending on seasonal changes to the crop, these dates may change closer to the time.

What's ON

  • Bring a picnic - our upturned apple bins make great makeshift tables and chairs!

  • A milling press will be available on site for those who wish to turn their apples into juice (bottles can be purchased on site).

  • Our Bee Keeper has 9 hives at the farm - and the honey is for sale!

  • Cider and Apple juice will also be available to purchase as well as hard wood apple logs.