Pump­kin patch

Campbeltown Courier - - DISTRICTS -

KIN­TYRE FOLK of all ages got into the Hal­lowee’en spirit at the week­end when they blew into Bel­lochan­tuy to pick some per­fect pump­kins.

The Farm Stall, which re­cently closed down, re­opened on Satur­day and Sun­day, es­pe­cially to sell its home-grown pump­kins.

Cus­tomers were free to wan­der the patch and pick out their favourite squash, be­fore tak­ing it into the shop to be mea­sured and paid for.

As well as tra­di­tional per­fectly formed, bright or­ange pump­kins, there were also ones that had grown green, which farm stall owner Han­nah Jones called ‘zom­bie pump­kins’ as well as oddly-shaped spec­i­mens.

Chil­dren and adults alike had fun choos­ing the ideal one.

The many colour­ful and unique pump­kins at Bel­lochan­tuy’s Farm Stall.

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