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There’s some spooky goings-on over at Tamworth Castle over the next few days…

Take the mudlets and spend the day at Tamworth Castle. Dating back 900 odd years, the castle has been well preserved and today can be visited all year round, but the best time to pop over we think, is during Halloween. This year the Norman castle has pulled out all the stops and is hosting some superb events and activities with over October half-term and Halloween.

Mon 23 October-Fri  27 Oct 11.30 a.m.- 4.00p.m.

The castle has invited some seriously spooky characters in for some fun and games. Take part in fun activities an challenges throughout the day but beware of the horrible hags, and try not to lose your body parts as you meet Master Slaughter. At the end of the week, there will be a special Children’s Halloween (Sat 28 Oct from 5pm-8pm) evening where all the family can get involved and come along in costume for even more ghostly goings on. This popular event gets booked up quickly so to avoid disappointment, waste no time in grabbing your slot now.

Ghost Search Tues 31 Oct 7.30- 12 midnight.

Serious ghost hunters will want to join the ghost hunt taking place on  ‘All Hallows’ Eve’ around the castle. There will be poky ghost hunts and vigils taking place in the in the ‘haunted’ rooms. Note for the faint-hearted and you must be over 18 to take part.

Check out the castle’s website for more events taking place in th next few months including Bonfire night.

tamworthcastle.co.uk, Tel: 01827 709618

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