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SIDMOUTH:Spooky goings-on at donkey sanctuary
Thursday, 17 October 2013
Visitors to The Donkey Sanctuary this half term (October 25th - November 4th) can expect to be spooked by a range of awesome activities and eerie events to celebrate Halloween.
The Sidmouth-based charity has organised a wide range of spooky events for all ages including pumpkin carving, face painting and a hunt for spooky donkey names around the Sanctuary.
The ‘spooktacular’ highlight of the week will be a Halloween Evening Extravaganza on Thursday, October 31st from 5-7pm.
After dark, the charity is transformed into a setting for ghost walks, offering frightening face painting and pumpkin carving.
Fancy dress is encouraged and there is a special scary menu at the Hayloft restaurant fit to feed even the most fearsome of appetites.
Throughout the week, there will a range of creepy activities with Halloween Holiday Hunts every day providing the perfect opportunity to explore the Sanctuary and hunt for spooky donkey names on hidden wooden pumpkins (£1 per entry).
You can also perfect your pumpkin carving skills and have your face painted (£3 per person per activity or £5 for both activities) on Thursday, October 31st.
The Halloween activities offer the perfect opportunity to get up close with nature’s creepy crawlies, starting with Spider Day (Tuesday, October 29th) where visitors can come face to face with some eight-legged friends, learn about important role they play in the ecosystem and enjoy spider-related craft activities.
On Wednesday, October 30th visitors can join the sanctuary’s very own bat man, James, and build a bat box to take home for £8 per kit.
Daytime Halloween activities and events at The Donkey Sanctuary take place between 10am and 1pm.
For further event details and activity prices and booking, please call 01395 578222.
All proceeds from events help fund the work of The Donkey Sanctuary worldwide.
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