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THIS WEEKENDS FEATURED EVENT
Various Libraries, Peterborough
A Wonderful Witchy Workshop with James Nicol Creative writing for children aged 7-10yrs Werrington Library – 10am – 11.15am Central Library 12pm – 1.15pm Hampton Library 2.30pm – 3.45pm Price: £4 per child. Book at any Vivacity library.
Easton Walled Gardens, Easton
If your little ones are bored this half term why not take them down to Easton to do some pumpkin rolling to get in the Halloween spirit on Wednesday October 18 – Sunday October 29. All ages are welcome to roll pumpkins down the grass terraces, the furthest one wins! If they're still not out of steam, kicking balls or hula hooping on the lawns might appeal. Have a breather by planting your own bulb to take home. For all the hungry appetites the tearoom will be open serving warming food and cake. If you've got little chocoholics on your hands take them to one of the three mini chocolate workshops designed specifically for children. There they can hand roll their own truffles, pipe some caramels and dip chunks of honeycomb before making up boxes to package up their handmade goodies to take away and share (maybe if you're lucky!) As if this isn't enough already you can join Tom the Tale Teller on Thursday October 26 for a spooky Halloween story walk around the gardens with Tom's stories coming to life with his story telling talent and enthusiasm. Booking is highly recommended for the story walks so go to www.visiteaston.co.uk Ellie Pybus
The Fayre Spot, Bretton
Live tunes from The Tunnel, Free shot if you're wearing fancy dress. From 9.30pm.
Ebeneezers , Woodston
Karaoke night with JayBabes - sing out your favourite hits.
The Elm Tree Tavern, Garton End Road
Join in the fun at this single mingle night.
Springfields Event Centre , Spalding
Freshtime Futures Trust presents 'A Night with the Stars' Annual Gala Dinner Featuring Darren Altman, The Look, Bootleg Bee Gees, Aaron Carty Beyonce Experience and Jamie Flanagan as Michael Buble. Tickets are £50 each, call 07769 930124 to book or visit www.freshtimefuturestrust.org Door open at 6pm and the event finishes at 1am.
The Elm Tree Tavern, Garton End Road
Dress up and enter into the spooky fun of this special Halloween themed night with fancy dress competition and disco.
South Grove Community Centre, Woodston
Dirty Deeds Promotions presents: 'HIGHWAY TO HELL'OWEEN 3' Monster Tribute Rock Night in Peterborough. Three of the UK’s best tributes coming together for one night of mayhem. AC/DC + METALLICA + STATUS QUO LET THERE B/DC (AC/DC Tribute) + Just Supposin' (Status Quo 70's era Tribute from Kent) + Metallicish (Metallica Tribute from ORKSHRE) Tickets will be strictly limited to 200 £10 advance discount or £15 on the door. Grab your discount advance tickets now via Skiddle secure e-ticketing: http://skiddle.com/e/12942088 or go to www.lettherebdc.com or go to www.facebook.com/lettherebdc Cheap Bar + Free Parking + Close Access to Town and Public Transport. Cash prize for best costume. Local Hotels and B&B's close by. Doors 6.30pm – Show starts 7pm South Grove Community Centre Grove Court Woodston Peterborough PE2 9AG
The Three Horseshoes, Werrington
Sing your heart out to your favourite tunes.
It’s the month to carve your pumpkins so head down to Pumpkin Day at Riverford’s organic farm at Sacrewell, Peterborough, on Saturday October 28 between 11am and 4pm. The event’s open to all, and as well as choosing your pumpkin from the fields you’ll be able to carve it ready for Halloween. Tickets cost £3 and each child’s ticket includes a pumpkin to carve. Under 3’s go free. There will be no tickets available on the door so please buy in advance by visiting www.riverford.co.uk/pumpkinday or calling 01803 227227.
The Angel Inn , Yarwell
Halloween Karaoke where fancy dress is encouraged.
Serpentine Green Shopping Centre, Hampton
Take your little monsters to this free Trick or Treating event at Serpentine Green on Saturday 28th October. You’ll have a fa-BOO-lous time! Pick up a Trick or Treat bag at the event stand and then follow the treasure trail round to the stores. Expect squeals of excitement as your little horrors say the magic word to receive frightfully delicious sweets and treats. Oh, and there will be fangtastic face painting to make your kids look even more horrible too. It’s all free. So head along from 11am to 4pm and have a terrifyingly awesome time!
Charters, Town Bridge
Funky tunes with DJ Jo G at the bar on the river from 9pm.
The Key Theatre, The Embankment
October's Glasshouse Acoustic session sees Amy Claire/ Benjamin William Pike/ Holly and the Boatmen playing. Why not join in the fun between 2-5.30pm at this family friendly and free music session.