Spooky events for Halloween
SPOOKY events are being held across Harborough this week to mark Halloween.
A MEDIUM is holding an evening of clairvoyance in Little Bowden on Wednesday night (October 31).
Clairvoyant Alison Langrick will be at Little Bowden Bowling Club in Kettering Road from 7pm.
Tea, coffee and soft drinks will be served.
Tickets cost £7 and are available by phoning Tracy on 07754 988286.
More information about Alison can be found at the website www.alisonmarie.co.uk.
Sample some ghoulish grape
A WITCHES, Wizards and Wine Tasting evening will be held at the Angel Hotel in High Strteet, Harborough, on Halloween next Wednesday, October 31.
Hosted by Duncan Murray with cheese from C’est Cheese, the event will raise money for Macmilland Cancer Support.
Tickets for the event, from 7pm, cost £15 (includes food platter) from the hotel, Duncan Murray Wines in Adam and Eve Street or on 01858 545603.
Decorate Halloween treats
A SUPERMARKET is having a Halloween event.
Sainsbury’s in Harborough will be holding the day on Saturday and Sunday to raise money for the Dementia Cafe.
There will be a chance to decorate cakes, a tombola and apple bobbing. Staff will be dressed as pumpkins.
DESIGN and carve your own spooky pumpkin for Halloween at Brixworth Country Park on Tuesday (October 30).
All materials and equipment will be provided at the event, organised by Northamptonshire County Council Countryside Services.
It costs £3 per pumpkin. Parking costs £2.50.
The Country Park is off the A508 Northampton Road in Brixworth, Northampton, NN6 9DG
Posters to deter trick or treaters
FOR those who would rather avoid Halloween and the tradition of trick-or treating, a poster is available.
The posters have been printed double sided with the message ‘Trick or Treaters Welcome’ on the front and ‘No thanks to Trick or Treaters’ on the rear.
It has been designed and distributed by the Anti-Social Behaviour Delivery Group.
Damion Nickerson, lead for the Anti-Social Behaviour Delivery Group, said: “New for this year is the option to display the green-bordered ‘Trick or Treaters Welcome’ message.
“Now everyone has the opportunity to have the Halloween of their choice. You can make use of the posters either to welcome trick or treaters or to send the message that you are ‘opting out’ of the festivities.”
The poster is available now from all police stations, fire stations and council offices across Leicestershire or can be downloaded from the Leicestershire Police website.
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