News & Updates
Halloween News & Updates

First of all, it’s worth knowing how to carve out a pumpkin properly.
While some Halloween activities will have to be paused this year, there are ways you and your family can enjoy spooky fun while staying safe from exposure to COVID-19.
How to ... Halloween Owls
How to ... Halloween Owls
Want a simple treat to satisfy trick and treaters? These easy to make chocolate owls make a great gift as well as a fun thing to make with children.
What will give your young ones or those young at heart a giggle is food themed to Halloween, so we’ve come up with a few dead simple munchies that will be just the thing to bring on a few smiles.
Following are some Halloween decorations that are quick, easy and at very low cost to produce.
Halloween is NOT cancelled
Halloween is NOT cancelled
I’ve been reading in newpapers and online articles, as well as Mum’s online groups and hearing much talk about Halloween or indeed Christmas will be cancelled or not. Everything has changed. Trick or Treating, Halloween parties and Halloween events, will have to change. This is all, of course, due to the current pandemic, and the fear of not being able to do this safely. However even though we need to remain socially distanced this year doesn't mean Halloween is cancelled. NOT AT ALL! It means we need to be creative with safe Halloween ideas.
Half term holidays, Halloween, Bonfire night - it's all happening over the next couple of weeks, so check out our latest events guide to keep up to date with what's going on in and around Farnham.
Last week, lots of mini monsters came to intu Watford to take part in three days of ‘free-ky’ Halloween fun!
What drives people to pay to spend the evening in a supposedly haunted building waiting for something spooky to happen? As an avid Ghost Hunter, this is my response.
Watch out for these truly horrible happenings for you and your children in and around Brighton and Hove this October. Boo-tiful!
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