Thursday 24 October 2013 Updated: 27/10 13:04
AT AVONCROFT Museum, daring parents and children are welcome to join in with Spooktacular Halloween Horror Nights and trick or treat evenings.
All kinds of unimaginable terrors will lurk in the darkness surrounding the museum’s grounds and buildings.
And there will be plenty of sweets up for grabs whilst visitors meet the sinister characters who haunt the buildings.
Those who go along can also face the creepy crawlies in Guesten Hall, make some devilish Halloween lanterns with help from some expert pumpkin carvers and solve a gruesome Halloween prize quiz trail.
Trick or treaters can creep through the creaky gates from 6.30pm on Saturday, Sunday and Thursday (October 26, 27 and 31).
For more timid treaters, slightly less scary tours will be run before 7.30pm.
Entrance tickets will be £7 per person and £5 for members.
Pumpkin carving and craft workshops will run from Tuesday to Thursday (October 29 to 31), with an additional cost of £4 each.
For more details call 01527 83136 or visit www.avoncroft.org.uk.
Bromsgrove youngsters, aged between five and 15, can take part in a three-day gymnastics camp at Meadows First School from 10am to 3pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (October 29, 30 and 31).
Sessions incorporate sports-acro, rhythmic gymnastics and vault display work.
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