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Walk with the ghosts At Stubbings Nursery

Enjoy a spine-tingling Halloween with a little more sophistication at Stubbings Nursery

Rachel Wakefield

Walk With The Ghosts At Stubbings Nursery

Halloween is a fun time for children and families when thoughts turn to spooky costumes, pumpkin carving and trick or treating.

Join fellow Ghoulish thrill seekers at Stubbings Nursery for dinner and a walk to remember, from Thursday, October 27 until Saturday, October 29. Tickets need to be purchased in advance from the Cafe or by calling 01628 825454 and cost £13.50 for children and £16 for adults.

Included in this “frightening” ticket price will be a “ghost-light” dinner in the Cafe, along with a 20 to 30 minute walk round the grounds of the old Manor house.

The spooky dinner menu is as follows:

FOR ‘GHASTLY’ KIDS:

Main: ‘Sausage and Guts’ (Jacket Potato with Cheese and Ketchup) served with a juice drink.

Dessert: Eyeball Tarts and Severed Finger Biscuits.

FOR ‘SCARIN’-DARING’ ADULTS:

Main: Chilli con Carne in a Baked Potato with guacamole & sour cream, served with a glass of hot spiced apple.

Dessert: Graveyard Chocolate Mousse.

Each of the three evenings have three ‘scare’ sessions scheduled:

First Scare: Walk at 5.30 pm with dinner at 6.00 pm

Second Scare: Dinner at 5.30 pm with the walk at 6.15 pm 

Third Scare: Dinner at 6.15 pm with the walk at 7pm.(Please be advised this session is only for the brave of heart, and if you’re aged over 15.)

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