This year’s Halloween is set to be spectacularly spooky at Stockley Farm Park.

From Saturday, October 20 its doors will be flung open to welcome visiting vampires, wicked witches and other little terrors – all desperate to don a creepy costume and join in the fiendish farm fun.

The award-winning Northwich-based attraction will be hosting its popular Spooktacular Fun on the Farm event every day until Wednesday, October 31 between 10am to 4pm.

After its spooky makeover, young fright-seekers will be able to explore the farm in full and meet the not-too-wicked-witch, who will take residence in her spooky Hallowe’en house any day now.

Once spookily settled in, she’ll devise some devilish trick or treat games to play with those visitors brave enough to venture inside to meet her.

There will also be pumpkin carving* and frighteningly fabulous fancy dress competitions to add to the mischief and merriment.

For those who like their fun a little more fearsome, Stockley Farm Park will also host three special evening spooktacular events on Saturday 27, Tuesday 30 and on the very wicked Wednesday 31.

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Suitable for children aged up to 12 years, this excitingly eerie two-and-a-half-hour experience will see the most valiant visitors experience the farm in the terrifying twilight – all under the careful eye of a wonderfully wicked guide.

Twilight thrill-seekers will also enjoy a devilishly delicious evening meal whilst magnificent owls overhead in the night sky. They’ll also get to help the not-too-wicked witch find missing spell ingredients on a terrifyingly terrific trail. The Indoor Play Barn will be open for some eerie evening fun

Tickets can be purchased on the gate upon arrival at the farm. Adult tickets cost £8.95 with under 16s and concession tickets at £7.95.

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Entry for under twos is just £1.50 and a family ticket for two adults and two children can be picked up for £32.

It’s also possible to carve a pumpkin for £2.75.

Discounts are available for those booking online in advance.

The evening spooktaculars, from 5pm- 7.30pm, cost £14.95 per person, which includes a meal in the Willow Barn Tearoom.

‘Witch’s gruel’ or delicious warming broth for the adults and hot dog mummies – home-made sausage rolls, spaghetti hoops and chips – will be served to children. Members’ tickets cost £8.95 per person and they’re £14.95 for those who aren’t.

Places for the evening experience are strictly limited and must be pre-booked.

For further information, visit stockleyfarmpark