Clives Fruit Farm
Nestling in the shadows of the Malvern Hills the Clives Fruit Farm is a successful family business which was first founded in 1911. Mr. Clive senior was a pioneer of Pick Your Own in the 1960's and innovation is still very much evident today. Set within walking distance of the busy riverside town of Upton-Upon-Severn well known for its festivals during the summer months. Jane and Charlie and their team of staff run a busy farm shop. All are knowledgeable, helpful and willing to advise you on your purchases or Pick Your Own. We produce our own "Single Variety" apple and pear juices and, if you dare, why not try some of our traditional farmhouse Cider and Perry? You will find us at many farmers markets. For the children close to the farm shop, we have a safely fenced in adventure playground. There is a ride on mini tractor course Also there is a Wildlife trail consisting of a 40 minute walk around the farm, woodland and disused railway line with a quiz sheet you can answer along the way! We grow a wide range of strawberries, raspberries, cherries, redcurrants, plums, apples and pears.
Clives Fruit Farm can be found 1 mile out of Upton Upon Severn. Keep an eye out for the Brown tourist signs - exit Upton down New Street (HSBC on the corner, past the chip shop on your right and vets practice on your left), carry on for around 1 mile and you can't miss us!
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