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Halloween activities prove to be frightfully good fun
7:50am Thursday 31st October 2013 in News
Bents Garden Centre’s Halloween party witches from left, Willow Taylor, aged four, Grace Waite, aged seven and Jaime Corday-Taylor, aged six
THERE has been some spooky goings on at Spinning Gate with frightful Halloween activities.
Tuesday saw costumed kids hunting for clues among the market stalls in a bid to win some scary goodies in the Pumpkin Treasure Hunt.
Ghostly puppets were created yesterday and today will see pumpkin carving demos, face painting and bone chilling characters wondering about.
Good fun was also to be had at Bents Garden Centre in Glazebury.
The Glazebury centre has been holding Halloween tea parties for kids willing to brave the spootacular surroundings.
Those that did were treated to gooey treats and first, second and third prizes were awarded for the best costumes while the Bents’ witches held party games including pin the tail on the witch’s cat and pass the parcel.
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