This Saturday (26th October) Langleybury Farm is hosting a Halloween Party for monsters, both young and old and is set to thrill. There's a haunted house infected by Zombie's (for 10+) crafts, fair rides, bonfire (lit at 6pm) a magic show and of course a fancy dress and pumpkin carving competition... oh and did I mention the BBQ and licensed bar?
Profits go to charity and tickets (purchased in advance) can be bought online at Langleybury Children's Farm Ticket Sales
From 5pm onwards on Halloween itself, Kings Langley High Street will be the perfect place to take your kids if you don't want to knock on doors but the kids really, really want to go Trick or Treating. Dallings & Co will be open for drinks and tapas and there will be a ghost hunt activity for the kids. Knowing, the hub for holistic healing and spiritual exploration are holding their annual Halloween/ Samhain celebration with apple bobbing, mini face painting, faerie strand hair shimmer, lucky dips and crafts. There is a carved pumpkin and best costume competition, and an exciting fire eating and dancing performance to open the competition. For more details check out Knowing Healing Hub's Facebook page.
If you are still searching for the perfect pumpkin why not head down to the patch at Rumblers Farm? Open everyday till dark until the end of the month, Rumblers in Hemel Hempstead has a large range of pumpkin sizes from tiny pumpkins all the way up to the 20kg giants! The pumpkin patch and show stopping display is always a fantastic sight and a great location to carve out some fun photos. Just remember to wear your wellies as the ground can be wet and muddy. For details of how to find the farm visit their Facebook page.
I hope today's blog post has been helpful in letting you know what is happening near Syllabub & Bloom in Kings Langley. If you would like some photos taken by a Hertfordshire's Children's Photographer please message me here.
Happy Halloween x