Win – we're pick of the pumpkins!
Cannon Hall Farm also made it into the top three 'most Insta-worthy' patches in the national research.
Cannon Hall Farm received the highest number of Google searches – 654,700 in the last 12 months – out of 40 pumpkin patch venues, knocking Stockeld Park in Wetherby to second place with 595,000.
The award-winning family-run attraction was also in second place for the 'most Insta-worthy' patches, according to the data.
Cannon Hall Farm had 2.3 million combined TikTok tags and Instagram mentions.
Tulley's Farm in West Sussex took the top spot with 14.7 million.
Sitting in the Pennine foothills and packed with animals – including Pip the sheepdog who has herself starred in numerous YouTube videos – Cannon Hall also has a playground and farm shop for fresh produce.
But as Halloween draws close in the focus at the farm turns to their poll-topping pumpkins.
To celebrate the farm's rankings, the Advertiser has five lots of four-people tickets to giveaway to visit the Pumpkin Festival.
To be in with a chance email your answer to the question below, along with your name, address and contact telephone number, to [email protected].
QUESTION: What is the name of Cannon Hall Farm’s sheepdog?
Deadline is noon on Wednesday, October 18 2023.
Winners will be contacted and must sign up for a Cannon Hall Farm passport account.
The farm will organise a date to attend and drop the winnings into their account.
Terms and conditions apply.