Ghoulishly great ideas for the family
Halloween is on the horizon and it’s time to start preparing. The best way to make sure your children stay safe at Halloween is by organizing some family fun activities that the whole clan can enjoy. Whether you’re attending a Halloween spectacular or stocking the house with sweets for all the trick or treaters, here at Laythams we have some great tips and ideas for your Halloween night.
If you are planning on letting the kids go trick or treating remember to warn them about potential dangers on the streets, always tell your children a time to be back at your house and a radius in which they are allowed to visit.
Many parents are not comfortable allowing children out alone, especially if they are under certain ages therefore join in the fun, get involved, team up, grab a spooky outfit and go out trick or treating with them. You won’t be the only ones.
Here at Laythams in Lancashire there are numerous events to attend, so if you’re struggling to find an event in your area then Laythams is the place to come.
Scream-packed events hide around every corner, from interactive horror attractions to old fashioned ghost walks and pumpkin carving, Lancashire has a ‘scare level’ to suit everyone.
We’ve compiled a list of the top 3 attractions to visit on your stay here this Halloween.
1. Halloween Ghost Trains are running from 29 October until 31 October – The Halloween Ghost Trains are haunting the East Lancashire Railway where you can join spectacular spooks and monsters on the train ride of your life. There’s one thing for sure, you won’t forget this experience.
2. Thornton Hall Farms Halloween by Day – enjoy Halloween In the daylight hours with spook-tacular activities and lots of attractions for the younger ones. From the haunted maze to the freaky face painting there’s plenty going on down at the farm. For a little lighter activity you and the family can enjoy lamb and calf feeding with a surprise visit from Dracula.
3. Rufford Old Hall Farm – 24 October until 31 October- Enjoy the spooky fun at Rufford farm this half term, take part in pumpkin carving and have a go at the Halloween themed trails in the House and Gardens.