Halloween has landed at Castleton Farm and it’s absolutely spooktacular.
From our headless pumpkin man greeting you as you enter (you can wave, but he can’t see you) to witches and ghouls enjoying a brew, it’s time to celebrate Halloween on the Farm all the way through October.
Our conservatory has been transformed into a supernatural super-spooky space. Grab yourself a pumpkin spice latte or a honeycomb hot chocolate and enter in to the spirit of things!
Of course, we have holiday activities on the go, with the popular Critter Keeper joining us on 17 October with his collection of creatures – not one for the faint-hearted. But it’s educational and fun and if your little one dares to come along for the morning, the show starts at 10am
Bringing braids and hairy scary fun is Box n Braid, who are with us every Thursday from 12 October. Book your charges in for a hair make-over in as little as 15 minutes – it’s a great way to keep the kids still while you enjoy a cuppa and cake.
And we’re also holding a Halloween on the Farm party for the under-sevens on Thursday 26 October between 3pm and 4.30pm. Bring your wee witches, wizards and ghouls for some spooktacular fun and games. Tickets cost £5 and include a Halloween snack box containing small sandwich, drink and sweet treats. There will be games and a competition for the best dressed up child.
Of course you can entertain the kids on any day in October with a Halloween afternoon tea. Just give us a call to book on 01561 321155
New things to taste and try
Our team has fairly fired up the cauldron, and as if you needed another reason to drop in, a new seasonal menu is being revealed mid-month.
With warming chilli bowls and poke bowls, along with new seasonal sandwiches, we are also rolling out our extensive new pizza menu. Piping hot wedges of deliciousness on a 12” sourdough base, they are available as sit-in or takeaway.
Autumn has arrived in the farm shop too, with some gorgeous new stock filling the shelves. As well as the finest regional produce, there are loads of seasonal preserves and new things to try. And if you’re feeling the chill, pop in to pick up new gloves and scarves to keep yourself cosy.
There’s lots going on this month so come along and join us celebrating Halloween on the Farm…