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Our attempts last year to rid the park of the powerfully pungent poltergeist may have been successful but our sources tell us of other scares waiting for those daring to enter the quarry after dark! Join us this October half term, for a second night of Family Fun featuring Ghoulish Giggles, Spooky Sweet Treats and Zany Zombies during a Terrifically Terrifying Tour of the Horrifically Haunted quarries of Tegg's Nose Country Park.
This Spooktacular event will start with a hot dog and hot drink for all, from Tegg's Nose Tea Room, followed by an interactive walk into the quarry where we may encounter some very odd characters who will share with us their Scary Stories and Horrendous Halloween jokes!!
After the walk, if we all make it back alive, there will be hideous cakes and biscuits and a hot drink in front of the roaring stove.
Please do dress up in your most fear-inducing Halloween outfits! Please wear shoes suitable for a walk into the park. A prize will be awarded for the most amazing!
Suitable for adults and accompanied children 8 or over. Booking and payment in advance is essential. Cost £10 per person £36 for a discounted group ticket which covers 4 people.
Tickets will be available to purchase 2 months prior to event date: 26/08/2016
Time: 7.00pm to 9.00pm
Meeting point: Tegg’s Nose Country Park Visitor Centre, Buxton Old Road, Macclesfield, SK11 0AP (SJ950733)
Leaders: Nature Stuff – environmental educators, Tegg's Nose Tea Room and Cheshire East Council Countryside Ranger Martin James
Information: 07870804413 or visit www.naturestuff.co.uk
(Places limited - please book in advance / Please wear suitable boots and clothing / Please leave your dog at home / There is a charge, payable in advance, for attending this event / Car parking charge / Suitable for children of 8 and above / Partnership event / Children must be accompanied by an adult / Refreshment stop - opportunity for refreshment)
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Cheshire East Council Countryside Ranger Service
The main aim of the Cheshire East Countryside Ranger Service is to develop, enhance and protect our countryside and urban sites within Cheshire East, while encouraging and promoting the proper use of the Council’s outdoor recreational facilities.