A Norfolk farm will once again welcome visitors to its pick-your-own (PYO) sunflower field, with new events planned for summer 2024. 

Ha Ha Farm in Strumpshaw, off the A47 along Hemblington Road, is run by couple Jo Sindall and Tom Wright.

They first launched PYO sunflowers in 2023 and it built on the success of their Halloween pumpkin patch.

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In 2024, the sea of yellow will double in size to meet demand, with the opening dates to be confirmed and it will include a charity day in aid of East Anglia's Children's Hospices.

Eastern Daily Press: There will be double the amount of sunflowers in 2024 Picture Denise BradleyThere will be double the amount of sunflowers in 2024 Picture Denise Bradley (Image: Newsquest)

New for this summer is the Sunflower Sundowner, running from 5pm to 9pm from August 1 to 3 and August 8 to 10.

Expect local street food and drinks and live music, with tickets £10 for over 18s, £5 for ages 5-18 and under 5s go free. 

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Another new event is the Sunflower Golden Hour Dinner on August 18, with food and drink from Norfolk's Edge and Best at Bars, respectively. 

Tickets cost £85pp and include a welcome drink, canapés, a three-course meal and live music - all surrounded by sunflowers.  

Book tickets for both events at ticketsource.co.uk/ha-ha-farm