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Stay spooky • Stay safe

The spookiest time of the year is just around the corner! And although 2020 is already scary enough we thought we’d share our top tips for enjoying a safe Halloween. Whether that’s a Halloween at home this year or your own Halloween holiday in the UK there’s plenty you can do to make some great Halloween memories with all the family!

Halloween lights and decorations
Decorate your home for Halloween

Decorate your house or holiday home

Join in with the Halloween fun and make, create or buy some fun decorations for your house. It’ll get you in the Halloween mood and the kids are sure to love it!

Organise a glow in the dark sweetie hunt

Using some old plastic eggs from easter with glow sticks and sweets inside, hide them around your garden or your house for your kids (both young and old to find). A great way to still get plenty of sweets safely this Halloween!

Host a spooky dinner party

Get in the Halloween spirit and host your family their own spooky dinner party! Create some Halloween inspired cocktails or mocktails and put on your best Halloween playlist and pull out your best dance moves for an at home disco after!

Blue, green and purple cookies with eyes on
Bake your own Halloween moster cookies

Make your own tasty treats

Get in the kitchen and make your very own tasty Halloween treats this year. From spooky ginger bread men to pumpkin pie. The best bit, you get to eat them all after!

Scary movie night

Enjoy your own scary movie marathon at home. Get the popcorn, some nice cosy blankets and a batch of hot chocolate on the go and cosy up in the warm with some of your favourite Halloween flicks!

Spooky treasure hunt

Get your Halloween costumes on an get outdoors. Hunt round your local neighbourhood or around your park for the items on our downloadable scavenger hunt sheet. Make sure you have some sweets at home to reward yourself for finding them all when you’re done!

Pumpkins in a farmers field
Find your local pumpkin patch

Visit a pumpkin patch

It wouldn’t be Halloween without pumpkins! So, this year, find your local pumpkin patch and go and hunt for your own before carving your own Jack-o’-lantern to place in your window.

Halloween colouring

The great British weather isn’t known for being bright and sunny at this time of year, so keep the kids busy indoors with our downloadable Halloween colouring sheets.

Zoom fancy dress competition

Just because you can’t party with all your friends face-to-face doesn’t mean your yearly Halloween traditions can’t carry on. Get your friends to don their best Halloween costumes and join you on a Halloween zoom call. You can even add your own Halloween themed cocktails and spooky quiz to add to the fun!

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