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Halloween in Suffolk

29 OCTOBER 2018 - SARAH - OTHER

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Halloween is an event that most of us have celebrated ever since we can remember. Though now there’s less “trick or treating” and more Halloween parties. If you’re struggling to find something to do, here’s a few of the events going on around Suffolk over Halloween.

For the family

On 31 October 2018, there will be a walk around Ipswich with lots of excitement and scary stories for all the family. For 8-12 year olds, it only costs for £4 per person at the Tourist Information Centre. 

Scary films

If you're not heading to a party for Halloween, why not take a trip to the cinema to watch the new Halloween film or plan a horror movie marathon with your flatmates...if you can handle it!

Pumpkin Carving

If you haven't picked your pumpkin yet, visit your local supermarket or take a trip outside of Ipswich to Suffolk Food Hall! Get creative and have a pumpkin carving competition with your flatmates or friends.

Scaresville

One of Britain’s top scare attractions, Scaresville, will be held once again at Kentwell Hall. The haunted village mysteriously appears for large groups to explore. You will follow the dimly lit route through buildings, woods and parklands and experience unsettling scares at any point in the route. The event is on every evening until 3 November 2018.

We hope you find something to do over Halloween, whether you check out one of these events or get dressed up for a Halloween party.

Enjoy!


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