8 October 2023
The historic City of Chester with its Roman and Middle Age history around almost every corner. From the start at the Racecourse we will be running through Chester’s Roman walls into the walled city itself, and past all the city’s iconic landmarks including the Town Hall, Cathedral, Eastgate Clock, “Rows” shopping area, Roman Amphitheatre before heading out of the city. Towards the end of the race you will be running back into Chester by the River Dee along “The Groves” before returning to the racecourse for a triumphant finish in front of thousands of spectators. more
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For more information and to buy tickets we recommend you visit the Tourist Information Centre next to Chester Town Hall. Tickets are normally available on the night but for special Halloween walks on 31st October it is recommended to buy tickets in advance.
Little Moreton Hall, near Congleton, Cheshire, CW12 4SD
For Tudors, Halloween was about the souls of the dead. Discover the origins of trick or treating, and listen to some spooky stories.
Spooky World - Fun by Day - is suitable for all the family. Most of our summer attractions, such as the corn cannon, archery, jumping pillow, roller skating, and many more are open as usual and all included in the entrance fee. The haunted attractions, are more ‘spooky’ than scary. Our characters are more welcoming during the daytime and may give you a little jump, but nothing to be too scared about. We also have pumpkin carving leading up to Halloween as well as our very own ‘Spooky Show’.
Scary at Night - is when all our scariest creatures come out to play. We have roaming characters as well as many in each haunt. The haunts change to become as scary as possible and are meant to leave you terrified, but just as thrilled! We are once again changing the attractions this year, so there’s even more to get spooked about. Some of the side attractions are not available in hours of darkness.
Apple Jacks Farm, Stretton Road, Warrington, Cheshire WA4 4NW
Join us if you dare for a ghostly and haunting trip through the Mill performed by the students of ALRA.
Styal, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9 4LA
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