The annual Brighton and Hove Rotary Ghost Hunt, set in the ancient grounds of Hove’s Hangleton Manor (BN3 8AN) is ready once again to spook all kids and their families on Hallows Eve, 31 October.
The fun starts at 4.30pm with the Ghost Hunt where kids have to – if they dare – find the creepy Halloween characters dotted in the gardens. Once they’ve found them and claimed their prize they can enjoy more ghostly games and monster-mash dancing with professional children’s entertainers ‘Fairy Dust Events’.
The Fairy Dust team will be helping to judge, along with City Mayor Councillor Mo Marsh, the ‘Scariest Costume’ and ‘Best Pumpkin’ competitions – so make sure the kids bring their boo-tiful pumpkin creations along with them.
Rotarian Maria Rayner, running the event, says: “This is a one of the highlights in our Rotary calendar, the kids and their friends and family absolutely love it and have a really wicked-time!”
The pub team at Hangleton Manor are cooking a ghoulish BBQ and face painters will turn faces into Fang-tastic monsters.
The cost per child in just £4 with a prize and adults get in for free. The event finishes at 6.30pm.
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