Pumpkinfest returns to Park Hall The Countryside Experience this October!
From the 17th October until the 1st November join us for some Halloween fun that won’t terrify the little ones!
We have made a few changes to ensure we are keeping you all safe and socially distanced, but we promise there is still lots in store this half term!
There will be a free pumpkin for every child to choose and take home. Grown ups can help scoop out the pumpkin and so you can carve your very own design.
We will have a spooky scarecrow trail through the woods and around the farm, and a haunted farm area to walk through.
We will be holding a Halloween fancy dress competition every single day of Pumpkinfest, so don your spookiest outfits for the trip!
All this pumpkin fun and all of our usual farm activities are included in the ticket price – meet the animals, play outdoors, ride behind a tractor, and have fun in our sand and water play, and role-play village. You can also see the rabbits in their new Burrowland, and hand feed our lovely goats.
As we are limiting numbers at the farm it is essential that you pre-book your tickets via our website at www.parkhallfarm.co.uk.
12noon until 3pm
£1per person on entrance to the Castle.
Follow the trail around the Castle, to find out the answers and then collect your treat at the end.
Please come in fancy dress as their will be a Parade at 3pm to choose the winners and collect your prize.
Enter our Carved Pumpkin competition and best carved pumpkins will be judged just after the Fancy Dress Parade.
All pumpkin entries should be on the judging table by 2.30pm and must include, name, age and contact details.
The first prize will be £10, second prize is £5 and there will be some runner up prizes as well.
£1 per person on entrance to the Castle.
Please all assemble on the front lawn area for the Halloween Parade. Come dressed up and the Parade will be starting at 6.30pm. Social distancing will be taking place during the evening event and hand sanitizer stations will be available. This year the Procession will be longer and we ask people to carry their own torch or lantern.
Once the Procession is back at the Castle – a light show will take place. This will be down by the extension to the moat where social distancing can happen.
Take-away refreshments will be available and we ask for donations to help the Castle at these very special times.