Children joined skeletons, devils, vampires, ghosts, witches and wizards at The Parks Trust for some thrills and chills this October half-term holiday.
And dozens of them got stuck in at the ‘Pumpkin Carving Master Class’ on Tuesday where they learned how to become a master pumpkin carver and make their pumpkins really scary for Halloween.
On Wednesday guests were dazzled by the Festival of Lights and got the chance to make a lantern and join park rangers in a festive parad
Celebrate a night of ghoulish trails and tales in the woods by joining one of the Trust’s Spooky Halloween Walks. Everyone is encouraged to dress up and celebrate this spookiest of seasons. The walks, featuring spooks and spectres from Milton Keynes Theatre of Comedy and the Diamond Theatre School, will start at 6.00pm for families with young children and at 7.00pm for those who can handle very scary stories.
Each Halloween walk costs £4.00 per person and must be booked in advance as these spooky walks are hugely popular. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Booking is essential for all these activities. Book on-line or call The Parks Trust on 01908 255379. For further information visit www.theparkstrust.com