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A mini guide to Halloween events in and around Lancashire

PUBLISHED: 12:20 12 September 2017 | UPDATED: 22:56 10 October 2017

Find the grey family at the East Lancs Railway this Halloween

Find the grey family at the East Lancs Railway this Halloween

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There is plenty to do in Lancashire; here is our guide to Halloween in Lancashire to ensure you don’t miss a thing.

1st-31st October

Farmaggedon

Five unique scare attractions, movie-grade special effects and over 90 monsters are in this interactive horror experience.

Farmer Ted’s Farm Park, Flatmans Lane, Downholland, Ormskirk, Lancashire. L39 7HW. www.farmaggedon.co.uk

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6th October to 5th November.

Scare Kingdom Scream Park

Forgive us for using the 'Ice-Scream' pun, but this award-winning Halloween event is located at Mrs Dowson’s Farm Park, the home of Mrs. Dowson’s Ice Cream.

Price £18-£22

Longsight Road, Clayton le Dale, BB2 7JA. www.scarekingdom.com/halloween

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7th October- 6th November

Home of Halloween, the Blackpool Tower Dungeon

Find yourself amidst a cast of creepy characters where you will meet Witch Finder General and mysterious witches. Discover which crime you will be accused of at the witch trails will return. The Home of Halloween will be a unique walkthrough experience, not to be missed.

Price: Adult £13.50, Child £10.50 (online ticket price, more on the door)

The Blackpool Tower, Bank Hey St, Blackpool FY1 5BJ

https://www.thedungeons.com/blackpool/en/plan-your-visit/halloween.aspx

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21st – 29th October

Spookport

Southport becomes Spookport for Hallowe’en with a big parade in the town centre on Saturday October 21st. There will be ,pnster petting trails, freak shows and firewalking

Throughout Southport

http://www.visitsouthport.com/whats-on/spookport-southport-halloween-festival-p362971

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28th-31st October

Halloween Ghost Trains

All aboard! The East Lancs Railway presents the Halloween Ghost Train; will you be brave enough to experience the journey? Unlike any other, the ghost train will take you through haunted stations and spooky tunnels, this is a thrilling steam train ride where fancy dress is most welcome and every child will receive a Halloween good bag.

Price: Adult 14.50, Child £7.50

Bolton Street Station, Bury, Lancashire, BL9 0EY

http://www.eastlancsrailway.org.uk/events-activities/2017/10/halloween-ghost-trains-.aspx

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28th – 31st October

Halloween Half-Term at Huntleys

Pumpkin Carving - (28th-31st October) Pumpkins on sale from 24th October

Tea with Winnie the Witch -  (30th-31st October 1pm & 3pm) Sit down for story time and some tea with the fabulous Winnie the Witch at Huntleys Farm this Halloween. Price: £9.99

Wear your Wellies Walk -  (30th-31st October 12pm & 2pm) Tractor ride with the wizard and short maze walk, hot chocolate, biscuits and story time under the oak tree. Children £7.50 Adults £5.

Huntley’s Farm, Whalley Road, Samlesbury, Preston, PR5 0UN www.huntleys.co.uk/events/

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29th October 

Halloween Spooktacular at Holmes Mill

Holmes Mill in Clitheroe joins in on the Halloween fun with hour-long spooky sessions at 12 noon, 1pm or 2pm which includes a 20 minute show and two 20 minute workshops as well as best fancy dress, face painting and craft activities.

Prices: Children £8, Adults £4 

Holmes Mill, Greenacre Street, Clitheroe, BB7 1EB www.holmesmill.co.uk/events-offers

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29th October

Halloween Spooktacular in Morecambe

Pumpkin carving, ghost hunt with prizes (from 24th -31st October), haunted house and pumpkin parade.  

Festival Market, Central Drive, Morecambe Lancashire LA4 4DW www.lancaster.gov.uk/sport-and-leisure/markets/festival-market

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31st October

Ghost Tour at Hoghton Tower

Silent torchbearers take you on the ghost tour through the darkened halls of the Tower, where you will encounter spectres from the past and you will be told about the ghostly happenings from across the centuries.

Included in the package is a two course meal of either Chili Con Carne, or Veg Chili, both with rice, and then for dessert, Sticky Toffee Pudding.

Price: £29.95 plus booking fee

Hoghton, NR Preston, PR5 0SH

http://www.hoghtontower.co.uk/event/ghost-tour-3/

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