Ghoulish goings-on at Gawthorpe this Halloween

23 October 2014
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Families can head over to Gawthorpe Hall this half-term holiday for some special seasonal activities – make a spooky spoon puppet and use it for stirring the cauldron and create your own magic spell. You can also follow the pumpkin trail round the historic rooms of the hall.

These horrid Halloween activities will be on offer at Gawthorpe Hall on Wednesday 29 October from 1pm to 4pm. It costs just £2 per child to take part in the activities, drop in anytime between 1pm and 4pm.

The activities are mostly suitable for ages five and upwards, but they will try to involve younger children as well. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

Rachel Pollitt, Lancashire County Council's museum manager at! Gawthorpe Hall, said: "If you're looking for something to do as a family during the holidays, come along to Gawthorpe Hall where we'll have creative activities that are suitable for the whole family. Come along and join us for some spooky Halloween activities, in the stunning surroundings of this wonderful building."

Gawthorpe is run by Lancashire County Council's museum service on behalf of The National Trust.

The hall is open from 12pm to 5pm, Wednesdays to Sundays, with last entry at 4.30pm. The museum is also open on bank holidays. Admission is £4 for adults and £3 for concessions. National Trust members and children go free.

For further information please contact: Stephen Axon on 01772 533 194
stephen.axon@lancashire.gov.uk

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