Spooky October Fun

Never mind Halloween - in Cornwall the end of October brings Samhain, one of the oldest festivals in the cleric calendar. The dead rise from their graves and fires are lit to ward them off. Plus there are some great things to do at National Trust properties around the county:


 

Find the pumpkins at Antony House

23-25 and 30-31 October

Spot the pumpkins hidden around the garden, plus face painting and story telling.
nationaltrust.org.uk/antony 

Spooky pumpkins at Trelissick

20-28 October


How spooky can you make your pumpkin? 
nationaltrust.org.uk/trelissick

Halloween Trail Godolphin

21-28 October

Complete the shrunken (apple) head trail, listen to spooky stories or help press the apple crop.
nationaltrust.org.uk/godolphin

Pumpkin Day and Spooky Story Telling Trengwainton

21  and 25 October

Pumpkin fun day is filled with all things pumpkin from a pumpkin shy to pumpkin carving. On the 25th, Spooky Story Telling brings the tales of Trengwainton to life.
nationaltrust.org.ul/trengwainton

Torchlit Terrors Tintagel Old Post Office

20-28 October

Use an ultraviolet torch torch to uncover spooky syymbols hidden in the dark places around the house and solve the puzzle to win a bag of ghastly goodies.
nationaltrust.org.uk/tintagel-old-post-office

Haunting Halloween Week Cotehele

20-28 October

Spooky crafts in the boatshed and Fright Night on the 27th will bring the spooky side of cotehele back to life.
nationaltrust.org.uk/cotehele

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