Things will soon be getting spooky at Wythenshawe Park, as it prepares for some hair-raising Halloween activity made especially for little horrors.
Shocks and scares will abound in the gardens behind the creepy old Hall on Thursday 30 October, the day before Halloween and parents are invited to bring their little terrors along for free to enjoy crafts, characters, entertainers and more as darkness closes in.
Coming in costume is encouraged and families are advised to have torches and pens handy for a special trail.
Councillor Mike Amesbury, Executive Member for Culture and Leisure at Manchester City Council said: "The event is perfect for youngsters wanting to enjoy the spooky atmosphere of Halloween. It's going to be great family fun and will guarantee thrills and spills in equal measure."
Entrance to the event is in front of the Hall with free parking near the main entrance off Wythenshawe Road. If people get chilled on the evening the Courtyard Tearoom will be open for a warm drink and protection from the cold night air.
'Halloween Howlers for Little Horrors' is on Thursday 30 October, 4.00pm -6.00pm. Last admission is 5.30pm and entry is free.
Claire Keegan, Press Office tel: 0161 234 4014