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The late Ralph Upton grew pumpkins in Slindon for over 40 years and his autumn display attracts visitors from around the world, now his family continues the tradition. From September to November the barns adjoining his former home in Top Road Slindon are festooned with a display created from the 50-plus varieties of pumpkin and over 30 varieties of squash. The range of sizes, colours and shapes is extraordinary and each year he tried a new variety. Ralph and his wife Barbara also wrote a book of recipes to accompany the crop, and their own favourite is a thick creamy soup made from the beautiful blue-grey Crown Prince squash.

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