Jordans Mill spooky history to be revealed on Halloween tours

PUBLISHED: 12:06 13 October 2018

Jordans Trust is hosting a Halloween event focusing on its spooky past. Picture: Tony Darnell

Jordans Trust is hosting a Halloween event focusing on its spooky past. Picture: Tony Darnell

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Biggleswade’s Jordans Trust will recall its spooky past with a five-day Halloween event for children.

Running from Tuesday, October 23 to Saturday 27, tours of the mill at 10am and 1pm will tell gruesome tales of accidents, surgeries and mysterious disappearances at the 150-year-old site.

Event organiser Dave Walton said: “We are really excited to be offering this tour.

“This event is a great way to have fun, celebrate the beautiful mill museum and get into the Halloween spirit.

“We want families to come along and enjoy the activity and they will also have the opportunity to take photos in the creepy booth on their way out.”

There will also be a Rotten Rhymes Trail where children find clues to win a prize, while the gardens will have a spooky makeover.

Tickets for the tour cost £3 but they are running out. Call 01767 601 164 to book.

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