FEEL this heat this Halloween and hot foot your way to Crystal Peaks for a sizzling fundraising challenge for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.
The charity’s Fire Walk will be held at the shopping centre on Thursday October 31 as part of a Halloween spectacular evening, filled with spooky activities.
Participants secure a place for £25, with a commitment to raise a minimum £75 sponsorship – or there’s an upfront cost of £99 with no minimum fundraising.
It’s just part of a ghoulish and spooktacular Halloween celebration that also sees the return of the popular Crystal Peaks Safe Trick or Treat adventure.
Young visitors will be able to pick up a free treat bag from the Centre any time between 2.30pm and 5pm.
They will then be able to follow the free creepy trail through the shopping centre stores, filling their bags with Halloween goodies along the way, while stocks last.
Adding to the ghostly good fun there will be also face painting, prizes for the best dressed young Trick or Teaters of the day and spooky live entertainment from Razzamatazz Theatre School.
“Halloween is always one of our most popular family days and this very special charity event will really add a great extra element to our activities,” said Crystal Peaks centre manager Lee Greenwood.
“At Crystal Peaks we are are always very happy to support Bluebell Wood and want to see as many people as possible signing up for this extra hot challenge.”
To register for the event visit https://www.bluebellwood.org/Event/firewalk