Join in with an evening of Halloween fun and frolics on 31st October with a ride on the witches’ train, ghoulish games and terrifying tea at South Tynedale Railway followed by a ghostly walk led by local historian Alastair Robertson and ending with a monster hunt at St Augustine’s Church.
The fun begins with the departure of the 4:15p.m Halloween train from Alston station with spooky surprises to spot along the line and Halloween games to play. Tickets include a ride on the train, horrifying hot dogs, creepy cakes, spooky soup and each child will receive a trick or treat bag to take away. Brave travellers are being asked to come in fancy dress and enter the fancy dress competition the winner of which will receive a family ticket to travel on the railway in 2018.
At 6:15p.m local historian Alastair Robertson will lead intrepid ghost hunters through the town to a candlelit church where they will join Rev Bar Nash- Williams for a monster hunt and using fun to beat the things which scare us. There will be surprises in the shadows and more gruesome goodies to take away.
Booking is essential for the events based at South Tynedale Railway.
Tickets are priced Adults £11, Children over 2 £8.
Tel 01434 338212 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book.
The guided ghost walk leaves Alston station at 6:15p.m, arrives at St Augustine’s for the monster hunt and the eerie evening ends at 7:15p.m.