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Halloween News & Updates

Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service is warning parents of the potential fire risk posed by children’s fancy dress costumes, which can quickly burn if touched by a naked flame. As Halloween approaches, the Fire Service advises that fancy dress costumes should only be purchased from reputable retailers and always check the label – clothing will always burn if in contact with naked flames, but some much faster than others.
If you're heading out onto the streets of North Devon this year for some Trick or Treating, remember to follow these simple guidelines to staying safe and having fun.
The 31st of October can be quite scary for very little ones, but party games can make it fun for everyone. Here are a few of our favourites:
Halloween at the RAMM Museum
Halloween at the RAMM Museum
This Halloween families and children can visit Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum at night, meet a Tudor lady, a wartime Air Raid Warden and a Roman soldier, get close up to creepy creatures and explore the museum in the dark.
Halloween, also known as All Hallow's Eve and many other permutations is the one night in the year dedicated to remembering the dead, including saints and martyrs. The traditional focus is around the theme of using jokes and ridicule to confront death.
Whether you are organising a display for your friends, family or the general public the storage, handling and use of fireworks must be done with the utmost care.
Double Locks Exeter by candle light - Thursday 31 October 2013
Halloween, also known as All Hallows' Eve is a yearly celebration observed in countries on October 31, the eve of the Christian feast of All Hallows or the time of the year to remember the dead, including saints and all the faithful departed believers.
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