TRICKS AND TREATS AT HATTON ADVENTURE WORLD

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trish brown as the witch and beth milesVisitors to Hatton Adventure World will get both tricks and treats this half term as part of the attraction’s annual pumpkin week, which this year takes place from 25 October to 2 November.

Now in its sixth year, the Pumpkin Festival will see hundreds of children visit the Warwickshire location to take home their favourite free gourd, choosing from the 40,000 ghost rider seeds which were planted back in March.

Once the pumpkins have been selected, the youngsters will then create their own designs at a carving station in the ‘Pumpkin House’, a spookily decorated events marquee complete with witches and ghouls.

Richard Craddock, manager at Hatton Adventure World, said: “This year our pumpkin house is scarier than ever. It’s one of the most enjoyable parts of the day for the children so this year we’ve gone all out and have even included live spiders and snakes which can then be handled as part of our scales and tails attraction.”

The Spinning Jenny restaurant will also be serving horror-themed meals and all staff will be in fancy dress costumes to keep the theme running across the attraction.

Richard continued: “It should be great fun but if the Halloween activities aren’t your thing, we still have plenty of other activity going on around the farm. There are more than 300 farm animals to visit, an indoor play barn, an adventure playground, tractor rides, falconry displays and much more.”