The Halloween Extravaganza

1st October 2012

Boo! The Halloween Extravaganza at Whirlow Hall Farm is back! If you're unsure what to do with the little ones over half term, this is the perfect Halloween afternoon out, on Wednesday 31st October.

There will be all sorts of fun activities to get involved in including creepy crafts, pumpkin scoop and sculpt, face painting, apple bobbing, meeting the Witches of Whirlow Woods and a chance to get your ghouly groove on at the disco with games and prizes. What's more, the delicious pumpkin soup is free! The event starts at 12 and runs until 4pm - prizes for best costume amongst others so be sure to dress up! Tickets are £2.50 for adults and £4 for children and must be booked in advance. All proceeds go to Whirlow Hall Farm Trust to help them continue their valuable charity work with disadvantaged and disabled children inSouth Yorkshire. Call 0114 235 2678, visit our website or email for more information and bookings. Last year saw a huge crowd so be sure to get your ticket soon!

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