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Halloween and Bonfires - your guide to the best local events

THE promise of toasty winter nights is stoking up as Bonfire Night approaches once again this year – and there are plenty of events to keep the whole family amused.

And there are plenty of spooky goings-on to make sure this year's Halloween is as ghoulishly good as possible.

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HALLOWEEN FUN, Clumber Park, Saturday 24th October to Sunday 1st November, 11am-2pm. Hunt for spooky pumpkins and complete themed activities in the Walled Kitchen Garden on a special Halloween trail. Normal admission charges apply.

HALLOWEEN SPOOKTACULAR, Tropical Butterfly House, Wildlife and Falconry Centre, North Anston, Saturday 24th - 31st October, 10am-5.30pm. Take a tour of the Haunted House, or carve a pumpkin and make creepy crafts. Each child in Halloween fancy dress will be admitted free per accompanying full-paying adult. Call 01909 569416 for ticket details.

HALLOWEEN NIGHT, Kiveton Park Village Hall, off Wales Road, Saturday 31st October, 7pm. Hot food available. Tickets 2 adults, 1 children, on sale in the bar

BONFIRE NIGHT EXTRAVAGANZA, Parish Oven, Thorpe Salvin, Thursday 5th November, 6.30pm. Firework display, hot food and outside bar available. Pay on the gate - 2 per adult and 1 per child.

ANNUAL BONFIRE AND FIREWORKS DISPLAY, Anston Parish Recreation Ground, Thursday 5th November. Bonfire lit at 7pm, firework display to start at 7.15pm. Free entry - call the parish office on 01909 560922 for more information.

 
 
 

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