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Family Fun Friday - Halloween Special

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Cleeve Common

Quarry Car Park

Near Cleeve Hill Golf Course

Bishops Cleeve

GL52 3PW

United Kingdom

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Take inspiration from the creatures found on Cleeve Common to create your own Halloween Pumpkin in time for the weekend.

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Take inspiration from the creatures found on Cleeve Common to create your own Halloween Pumpkin in time for the weekend. 

Pick a slot between 1pm - 2:30pm to arrive, follow the Halloween trail learning about the Cleeve Common beasties before settling down to make your very own carved pumpkin. All resources will be provided. Fancy dress is encouraged but not essential.

Carving can be a messy process so bring an old shirt or something similar to protect your clothing whilst carving.  

The clubhouse will be open for lunch and snacks or you could bring a picnic and make a day of it in this beautiful spot. 

There is a charge of £2.50 per pumpkin carved. You can decide how many pumpkins you would like to carve in your group. You will of course take these home with you. Booking essential.

Please just book a ticket for every pumpkin you would like to make.

Suitable for children aged 5yrs and older, though younger siblings are welcome. All children must be supervised.


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Cleeve Common

Quarry Car Park

Near Cleeve Hill Golf Course

Bishops Cleeve

GL52 3PW

United Kingdom

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Refund policy

Refunds up to 7 days before event

Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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Organiser Cleeve Common Trust

Organiser of Family Fun Friday - Halloween Special

Cleeve Common is Gloucestershire's largest common and is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).  It is privately owned land, managed by the Cleeve Common Trust under an 1890 Act of Parliament.  The Trust is a Registered Charity. Registered charity 900131

Cleeve Common is a nationally important resource. It is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) for its geology, habitats and botany and it contains a wealth of archaeological interest, including three Scheduled Monuments. The Common and its surroundings lie within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).

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