Halloween fun at Jordans Mill near Biggleswade during half term
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The Jordans Mill visitor centre based off Langford Road on the outskirts of Biggleswade will be hosting a family-friendly Halloween witch’s spell trail during half term.
The event will run from October 23 to 30 and takes children through creepy woodland areas as they delve down into black cauldrons filled with lots of creepy crawlies and clues to help create a witches spell.
Dawn Walton, event organiser at Jordans Mill, said: “We are really excited to be offering Zelda’s spooky spell trail during half term. We have all put a lot of effort into the decorations so that we can make it a real Halloween experience. We want families to come along and enjoy the activities with a few extra surprises along the way.”
For £1 per child parents and family groups can walk around the trail together to complete the activity sheet in order for children to get a prize. The gardens, meadow and woodland have all been transformed for a week of spooky fun. There will also be a range of sweets and toys in the mill shop and a spooky selfie family board in the Victoria mill.
The event runs for a week during the site’s opening times of 9am to 5pm, seven days a week. Jordans Mill is located on Langford Road, Biggleswade.
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See jordansmill.com for more.
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