Stand by, lovers of the ghostly and ghoulish – there is a new spooktacular Halloween event taking place in the North West.
It involves transforming parts of Warrington into a sinister display!
An autumn walk featuring spooky light displays has been created on the picturesque Partridge Lakes.
The terrifying trail is illuminated by spine-chilling skeletons, zombies and witches … some of which come alive.
Set in the stunning Cheshire countryside, this is the first time that the 70-acre site has held an event of this kind.
The dark nights, woodland and lakeside really intensifies the scary experience. With the trail being mostly under tree cover, it replicates the forests in Alice in Wonderland. It really is like stepping straight into a Halloween story.
This woodland wander will run throughout the whole of this month until Sunday October 31.
The walk takes around 45 minutes, but a ticket has no limit on the number of laps you want to do.
If you just fancy enjoying the atmosphere with a warm cuppa or alcoholic beverage, there’s undercover and heated areas near the start of the trail.
In addition to the trail, there is also be a free-to-enter welcome hub, featuring live music, a range of food vendors, from mouth-watering halloumi fries by Halloumi Nation to Vietnamese cuisine from Viet Rice Box.
There’s also classic hot dogs, burgers, fries, a crepe stall – and for more traditional desserts, head to Spoon Desserts. There are some spooky-themed menus with Pumpkin Spice Lattes by The Travelling Teapot along with spicy mulled wine and warm apple cider.
Ideal for the whole family, including pets, tickets are now on sale. Under threes go free and adult tickets are £18, child tickets are £14.
Pre-booked parking is £5 or £7 on the gate.
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