Join in Halloween fun across Weston

PUBLISHED: 15:04 27 October 2015

Staff and volunteers ready to greet visitors in their spooky costumes.

Staff and volunteers ready to greet visitors in their spooky costumes.

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THERE are some ghoulish goings-on planned for Weston-super-Mare this week, with events planned throughout the town and beyond.

Puxton Park is hosting a week of devilish delights until November 1, including a nightly spooky disco this evening (Tuesday).

An under-16s Halloween club night is being held at Tabu in The Boulevard from 7-10pm tomorrow, with tickets £5 in advance online via this link.

There is also an afternoon of fun that day from 1.30-4.30pm at Ashcombe Children’s Centre in Earlham Grove for the children of North Somerset foster carers.

The Old Town Quarry in Queens Road will host a spooky spectacular for under-fives from 2-4pm on Thursday, with siblings aged under-eight also welcome and fancy dress optional.

Tickets are £1.50 per family and can be bought from the children’s centre in Meadow Street.

On Saturday, there is a Halloween night being held in Grove Park from 4-8pm, including fire performers, comedy and interactive children’s games, as well as other activities in the Blakehay in Wadham Street.

Take a spooky train ride on the Grand Pier if you dare from 8-10pm on Halloween, with the attraction celebrating its fifth birthday.

There will be a bash in the great hall from 8pm-1am, including live music from the Rolling Bones and more.

Tickets are £7.50 in advance and available from the Grand Pier website, the shop on the pier or by calling 01934 646155.

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