Scary goings-on will be happening in Stockton Borough on Friday 31 October to celebrate Halloween.
The 'once upon a nightmare' themed spooky walk will see a host of weird and wonderful characters inhabit Preston Park Museum and Grounds for one night only.
The Halloween spooky walk, which is organised by Stockton Council, is a family event, suitable for people of all ages. It will take visitors through the grounds of Preston Park and the adjoining woods where a strange and spooky world has been created for all those who dare to take part.
Ticketed wristbands are available for three walks, 4.30pm to 5.30pm, 6pm to 7pm and 7pm to 8pm. The earlier walk is a new attraction for this year aimed at young children under five and their families, full of activities and entertainment.
Ticketed wristbands cost £4.50 each. Under fives are free (though children under five still require a wristband to gain entry). The wristbands are available from Preston Park Museum and Grounds, Rediscover Stockton Shop on Stockton High Street and the Customer Contact Centre at Stockton Central Library.
Access to the event is by Park and Ride 'ghost coaches' which is included in the price of the wristband. There will be pick up points at Tesco car park, Ingleby Barwick, Stockton High Street (outside the Swallow Hotel) and Stockton Wyevale Garden Centre (formerly Peter Barratts). There will be limited disabled parking on site.
Fireworks info with the Dogs Trust
With only days to go until Guy Fawkes Night, we should now be preparing our pet(s) for the impending fireworks that will no doubt be lighting up skies come November!
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