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PUMPKINS AND SPOOKY FUN ON THE FARM

Join staff at Sacrewell Farm and Country Centre this Halloween for fun, frights, giggles and ghosts – there’s something to entertain all ages!

The celebrations begin on Saturday October 19 and Sunday October 20 for the annual Pumpkin Festival.

Carve a face into a pumpkin to take home with you,  and enjoy spooky crafts including decorating eyeball cakes, creating your own wizard’s hat, cat origami and making a dangly spider to scare your friends with!

Sacrewell-PumpkinThen from October 26 – November 3 during their Spooky Spectacular Half-Term the 18th Century Watermill will be transformed into a witch’s hovel. As part of their regular tractor ride the Sacrewell Witches will lure you into their scary sanctum to gobble you up for their dinner! Will you get out alive? Or will you manage to escape with a treasure from the witches’ cauldron?

The Spooky Spectacular is designed for children of all ages and will be running throughout the day, every day!

Don’t forget to feed the friendly animals, let off some steam in the heated Activity Barn and stop for a bowl of hot soup in Fresh at Sacrewell.Sacrewell-Halloween-IMG_2186

On October 26, 27 and 31 things get really spooky. Designed for children and adults aged 8 and over, their Fright Nights offer an alternative to a scary night out.

You’ll be taken on a terrifying tractor ride around the Farm and dropped off at the Enchanted Woods where you’ll have to make your way back to safety… on foot!

Fresh at Sacrewell will be serving hot soup and hotdogs along with drinks to keep you toasty inside.

Fright Nights cost £7 per person and must be booked in advance!

For more information visit www.sacrewell.org.uk

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