Fairyland Trust brings Real Hallowe’en to Norfolk

PUBLISHED: 10:00 21 September 2018 | UPDATED: 10:00 21 September 2018

The Fairyland Trust will be bringing its Real Hallowe'en to Norfolk Picture:The Fairyland Trust

The Fairyland Trust will be bringing its Real Hallowe'en to Norfolk Picture:The Fairyland Trust

The Fairyland Trust

A Norfolk based charity is holding a family fun event full of nature and magic.

Children enjoy the real Hallowe'en show  Picture:The Fairyland TrustChildren enjoy the real Hallowe'en show Picture:The Fairyland Trust

The Fairyland Trust is bringing its Real Hallowe’en show to Bradmoor Woods, near Swaffham, over the weekend of October 27 and 28.

Organiser Sarah Wise said: “It’s a traditional Hallowe’en without plastic or fright-fest horror.

“Families often say they love the atmosphere and the walks in the woods, but we also have a lot of activities, including seasonal games with vegetables, magical workshops, a parade of animal lanterns as dusk falls, the fire show and of course the telling of the story of the Real Hallowe’en in the woods”.

Dressing up is encouraged with an emphasis on avoiding plastic or scary masks.

Tickets and workshops are on sale now at children £8 adults £9 under and under threes free/ workshops £4.50. All activities are for children aged three and over. Dogs are not allowed.

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