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October Half Term Days Out

Half term is fast approaching and as always there are plenty of activities on. We have had a little look around and put a selection together below.


Buy your map (£3) from Crema Coffee shop (RG42 4DS), Foxes' Den (RG42 4EW) & Binfield Village Stores (RG42 5JB) & find all of the wonderful scarecrows. Supporting Binfield ARC project.

Running a selection of activities across the half term week including pumpkin and skeleton trail, making broomsticks, wands and bat boxes and special sessions of Meet the Creepy Crawlies.

Pumpkin carving, shows in the Big Top, Pop up Play Village, Spooky Train ride, Halloween crafts and much more.

Halloween Shadow Crafts

Join in the spooky fun and create a creepy shadow

theatre for your window.


Pumpkin festival with Pumpkin carving and entertainment.

One of Surrey's largest growers of Pumpkins and renowned for the high quality which is harvested by hand every year.

Witches and Wizards Week.

Plenty of fun activities including

a Reptile Roadshow, Science and

Slime Show, Spooktacularly

Fun Trail and a Creepy Craft Corner.

All the fun of the farm along with Halloween activities including a Ghost Rangers Trail, Pumpkin Painting, Mini Horrid Walk and Meet and Greets.

Ghostly encounters and creepy stories,

discover some of the strange happenings which have given Hampton Court Palace its spooky reputation.


Decorate your own pumpkin fresh from the patch, choose a fearsome face painting design and enjoy lots of other spooky activities.

Spookyard Halloween event with Halloween activities including a Pumpkin Walk-Through, scarecrow trail, face painting and pick your own pumpkins.

Looking for something scarier? Try their Frightmare nights

Spook-tacular half term experience with nerve-jangling activities, spine-chilling statues, scary stories, fiendishly fiery performers, pumpkin carving, ghostly train rides and a Halloween trail.

Take part in the Spooky Spider trail created by local author and illustrator Hannah Shaw. There are fun spider characters to spot and eight-legged facts a plenty! Families can also enjoy the maze and rustic woodland play area.

Witchery is afoot at Cogges Manor House as it is transformed into the Witch’s House. Walkthrough a series of spooky rooms to see where the witch lives with lighting, sound and an array of potions, bats, spiders and a cauldron on the fire.

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