A Suffolk estate has doubled the size of its annual pumpkin patch after huge demand last year.
Rougham Estate - which lies off junction 45 of the A14 east of Bury St Edmunds - has grown the crop for three years.
This year it has increased the size of the field from six to 12 hectares due to "overwhelming demand" and is due to open it on Saturday, September 30.
The pick-you-own field features 20 different varieties of pumpkins, gourds and squashes which can be loaded up onto wheelbarrows.
During half term week, visitors will be able to carve their pumpkins on-site. The waste will be processed by a by a local recycling company.
Parking and admission are free, with toilet facilities on-site. There will also be photo opportunities and children’s activities including face-painting, bale pyramids, sandpits, face painting and a tractor run.
Picnicking is encouraged. Stallholders will include Wrights' posh cheese toasties and licensed bar and Folk About and its mobile cafe.
They will be joined on selected dates What the Peck, Bad Boi Burritos, Steak and Honour, SmokeBox and Chestnut Trailers (waffles).
The Rougham Pumpkin Patch is open weekends from Saturday, September 30, and then daily from Friday, October 20, to Sunday, October 29.