Fright night

PUBLISHED: 08:31 11 September 2006 | UPDATED: 09:49 24 May 2010

An animal rescue charity is looking for courageous volunteers to brave the dark caves of Wookey Hole to raise money in aid of Secret World. The fright night will take place on October 27. Visitors will go for a walk with wolves through the dinosaur wood a

An animal rescue charity is looking for courageous volunteers to brave the dark caves of Wookey Hole to raise money in aid of Secret World.The fright night will take place on October 27. Visitors will go for a walk with wolves through the dinosaur wood at the start of the evening before enjoying a three course meal.Volunteers will then set up camp in the caves for the night along with the Bristol Society of Paranormal Research Investigations (BSPRI), which will set up their equipment to record any ghostly goings on.A storyteller will be keeping guests awake with spooky tales and if you survive the eerie evening, breakfast will be waiting.Secret World is hoping to raise £5,000 from the event. Anyone interested in taking part can call Debbie or Jamie on 01278 783250.

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