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Halloween and Half Term in Downham Market

How perfectly ghastly! This year Halloween and Half Term are falling in the same week. Sounds like a recipe for some spooky spectacles and ghoulish games to us.

Monday 22nd October – Sunday 4th November
Robin Hood does Church Farm
10am – 5pm each day
Church Farm Rare Breeds Centre, Stow Bardolph
Story time in the straw castle, target practice and leaf rubbing.
Also from Sat 27th: FREE crafts, wild boar racing,
real archery (Mon, Wed & Thurs) and a chance
to learn survival skills from Friar Tuck (Mon – Fri).
Monday 29th October
Downham Market Halloween Event
12 noon – 4pm
Downham Market Town Square and Town Hall
Children s Ride – Fun & Games – Fancy Dress Competition
Doughnut Stall – Face Painting – Children s Arts & Crafts
PLUS FREE screening of Casper the Friendly Ghost
in the Main Hall of the Town Hall   Monday 29th & Tuesday 30th October
Half Term Club at The Howdale
9am – 3pm both days
Howdale Community Centre
Half Term Club for boys and girls from ages 4 – 12.
Sport, Dance, Games and Competitions.
Run by Sports Active Solutions.
Pre-booking essential
£10 a day, call Jason to book a place and for more information: 07825 393 982   Halloween – Wednesday 31st October
Denver Mill s Spooky Night
Denver Mill, Sluice Road, Denver
An evening of spooky fun and games at Denver s
very own haunted (for one night only) windmill
Safe and scary fun for children aged 4 – 11 with a Halloween Trail and cupcake decorating.
£5 per child – advance bookings only    Saturday 3rd November
The Downham & District Round Table presents:
A Gala Fireworks Display

Gates open: 5:30pm
Display commences: 7pm
Entry: Ryston Road, Denver
Includes Under-16 Best Guy Competition
Adults £5, Under-16 £2.50, Under-5 FREE
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