Farm plans ghostly Hallowe’en tricks

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Visitors to Whitehouse Farm near Morpeth are expected to be left trembling in their boots this Hallowe’en half term, so much so they will receive a ticket to return if they aren’t.

Upon entering the new ‘Dr Death Challenge’ in the ‘Walkway of Terror’ the ‘Dark Doctor’ will push terror to the limits and once visitors have reach the other end, he will retake heart rates and check to see if hair has turned white.

In preparation for the half term event, farm staff have been plotting dark and dastardly deeds, and they are offering a free family ticket to whoever can send them the most eye-catching picture of Uncle SkeerKat, who can be found on their website.

Karen Lovatt of Whitehouse Farm, said: “The staff have really got into the spirit of things this Hallowe’en and have been plotting all sorts of activities for children of all ages.

“And if your little ones are not feeling brave then they can still enter our fancy dress parade and do all of the normal things at the farm without the fear of things that go bump in the night.”

Full details can be found on the Whitehouse Farm website.