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Have some frightful fun at Larne’s Halloween Hooley!

by | Oct 19, 2022

Larne Town Park will be full of spooky going’s-on and frightful fun at the Park’s first ever Halloween Hooley on Saturday 29 October!

The Park will turn into monster mash of chills and thrills for all you ghosts and ghouls! Taking place from 6pm – 8.30pm, there will be plenty of spine-tingling fun – from breath taking fire juggling shows and live music to spooky storytelling and a UV disco to get all your little pumpkins moving and grooving! Or if you are really brave you could have a close encounter with a variety of creepy crawlies or create some fearsome arts and crafts!

There will also be a range of haunted hot food, creepy confectionery and hot drinks to purchase on site. And don’t forget to wear your spookiest costume as spot prizes will be up for grabs.

Mayor of Mid and East Antrim, Alderman Noel Williams, said: “We are delighted to announce this fang-tastic event in Larne this Halloween. With spine-tingling performances and spooky attractions – there’s something for everyone to enjoy as darkness falls!

“Don’t forget your spooky costume and make sure to wrap up warm and wear your wellies or boots as all activities will take place on the grass.”

This is a FREE event. There will be limited parking available on site at Larne Town Park or Larne Leisure Centre, which is a short walk along the promenade. Please note, the path leading to the Park is via the short steep Snake Path.

There will be limited amount of blue badge parking available on Bankhead’s Lane.

For everyone’s safety, alcohol or fireworks are NOT permitted in the Park and under 16’s must have a responsible adult accompanying them.

For further information visit www.midandeastantrim.gov.uk/Halloween

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