MALVERN’S Colwall Park Hotel is celebrating the spooky season by inviting locals to see its annual Halloween light display, accompanied by a selection of trick or treats for visitors to experience.
Running from Monday to Sunday, October 25 to 31, starting at 5.30pm, Colwall Park is inviting visitors from Worcestershire to experience a Halloween like no other by joining in on a selection of mysterious events.
At the free event visitors can encounter Jack Skellington and many other spooks that roam the hotel from the 1900s.
Suitable for the whole family, guests are encouraged to dress up in their own fang-tastic costumes where they can enjoy a Spooky Garden Walk, Children’s Monster Hunt and a Scarecrow Display.
Colwall Park is also holding a Creepy Crawly Halloween Show on Friday, October 29, offering participants a spellbinding journey through the weird, the wonderful and at times scary animals.
Starting from 11 am, tickets for this event cost £5 for adults and children with under twos attending for free, visitors will get to meet a wide range of animals from creepy crawlies, maggots and mini-beasts
Matt Homans, General Manager at Colwall Park, said: “Our Halloween light projection show is always such a fun event, and it is a great opportunity to get together this spooky season.
“We can’t wait to bring that excitement back to everyone this Halloween and we are looking forward to seeing some friendly and familiar faces at the hotel again.”
The event will also raise funds for St Richard’s Hospice through donations made by visitors – anything they can spare is welcome.
On Saturday and Sunday, October 30 and 31, Colwall Park will also be providing a own pop-up food stall in the gardens, where visitors can indulge in toffee apples, pork rolls, hot chocolate, and lots more treats.
Visit colwall.co.uk for more.