Visit spooky Stevenage haunted house for trick or treat and help raise cash for air ambulance

PUBLISHED: 10:38 30 October 2017 | UPDATED: 11:33 30 October 2017

Kelly Morton, Chloe Barber, 13 and Rosie Morton, eight, with the Halloween display at the St Evenage Tombs put on for the Essex and Herts Air Ambulance by Kelly and Terry Morton. Picture: Danny Loo

Kelly Morton, Chloe Barber, 13 and Rosie Morton, eight, with the Halloween display at the St Evenage Tombs put on for the Essex and Herts Air Ambulance by Kelly and Terry Morton. Picture: Danny Loo

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A Stevenage family are inviting trick or treaters along to their Transylvanian-themed ‘haunted house’ for Halloween tomorrow.

Some of the Halloween display at the St Evenage Tombs put on for the Essex and Herts Air Ambulance by Kelly and Terry Morton. Picture: Danny LooSome of the Halloween display at the St Evenage Tombs put on for the Essex and Herts Air Ambulance by Kelly and Terry Morton. Picture: Danny Loo

For a number of years Terry Morton, his wife Kelly and their family have been decorating their home with homemade moving props at private parties for friends and family.

Now they have decided to charge people to visit and donate the proceeds to Essex & Herts Air Ambulance.

This year the display is nicknamed St Evenage Tombs.

You can visit the house tomorrow, Tuesday, for trick or treat between 6pm and 8pm.

It is at 21 Torquay Crescent in Symonds Green, Stevenage.

Visitors can donate by taking cash along or by visiting the family’s JustGiving page at justgiving.com/fundraising/stevenagetombs.

You can find more information by searching The St Evenage Tombs on Facebook.

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