Yesterday, my mum, a family friend and I visited Slindon's pumpkin patch and display.
If you've never been to Slindon before, think of a teeny tiny, picturesque village, and you've got Slindon.
Every October they put on an amazing display of pumpkins, all layed out to create a picture. This year they made a big snakes and ladders, but previous years have included a lifeboat, a spitfire and birds and bees.
Next to the patch, there's a little pottery barn selling homemade brooches, ornaments and magnets, and just down the road there's a "pumpkin cafe" aka the church's DIY cafe with homemade soup, cakes and biscuits.
And at the top of village there's the year-round, locally run village cafe and shop, selling all sorts of homemade goodies.
We try and visit every year, as it's always a great day out, and I always recommend it to people.
Every October, the beautiful village of Slindon gets filled choc-a-block with people, so expect to park at the bottom of the hill and to have a walk up, but trust, me, it's 100% worth it!