We are ready for Halloween – animals, pumpkins, wands, brooms – it’s all happening!

Posted by CDoyle on 20/10/2020

We are ready for the spooky season as our team members are putting the final touches to the family fun over the half term holiday.

As with each Halloween, we are offering free entry to a child significantly dressed for Halloween and who is accompanied by a paying adult.

The family trail is all about animals linked to Halloween from why witches like toads, are Werewolves real and why do witches have black cats?  There is a prize for all completed trails.

The Beale Centre will be hive of activity as each day visitors can make different things from a broomstick and wand, to bat boxes, bird boxes and bug houses.  To find out what’s happening on each day the visit the website.

We’ve also hidden some skeletons around the Park for visitors to discover (and we will be changing their location every day).

We are also holding a pumpkin carving competition, the winner of which will have free entry to the Park for all of next season.  We are then asking the public to donate the pumpkins for the animals to enjoy as part of their food.

There will also be some fairgrounds rides for all ages to enjoy.

The Park is now closed. Please keep an eye on our website news section and via our social media sites for updates on the animals during lockdown and through the winter.