29/10/2021

If you’re looking to host your own Halloween party, there are plenty of things you can do to make sure it’s memorable and suitably scary.  Here, we’ve put together a guide to hosting the ultimate Halloween party in your home. Create a theme for your decorations One of the most fun parts of a Halloween party is decorating your home with skulls, spider webs, bats, pumpkin bunting, skeletons, ghosts…the list is endless. For a classic Halloween party, use pumpkin jack-o’-lanterns, cobwebs,…

15/10/2020

How to enjoy Halloween during lockdown With different parts of the country under different lockdown rules, the idea of celebrating Halloween may seem an impossibility. But Catherine Lynch of education experts PlanBee says you can keep your children spooked out – and stay within the law. Halloween 2020 is going to be a bit different to previous years. Groups of children putting their hands into several bowls of communal sweets feels like something from another life. But we can incorporate…

30/10/2018

Thomasina Myers’ Mexican chain, Wahaca, have kicked off their weeklong celebration of Dia de los Muertos – the Mexican Day of the Dead. An insistent ‘celebration of life’, a slogan that adorns the walls, the custom menus, and the memory wall on which you can commemorate your loved ones, this is by no means a morbid event – and we went along to check it out. To mark this Mexican festival, Wahaca have not just hung bright banners and customised…

20/10/2018

If you’re itching to celebrate Halloween before the 31st or to spook it up outside of the traditional trick-or-treaters and themed club nights, X-Scream’s twisted fairy tale Halloween extravaganza ‘Once Upon a Time’ might be the thing for you. Sweeping through the outhouses and grounds of Rhondda Heritage Park and into the old coalmines themselves, X-Scream have set up a rat-run of textured mazes, smoke machines, strobe lights, and ancient elevators furnished with characters from your favourite childhood tales, Disney…

10/10/2018

This November, Wahaca will celebrate Mexico’s famous Day of the Dead festival in the St David’s Dewi Sant with a week-long celebration of delicious feasting menus, specially crafted cocktails and traditional decorations from Monday 29th October – 4th November. The week will be a positive celebration, giving customers the chance to get involved with the true meaning of Mexico’s Day of the Dead tradition in remembering their own favourite people. In tribute to Mexico’s world-famous Dia de los Muertos, Wahaca…

10/10/2018

  Star Wars is one of the most beloved blockbuster series of all time. The space opera epic has been on our screens since 1977, and the new generation of films means that the series has never been more popular. In perfect timing for Halloween, this year Rubies and Jedi-Robe.com are offering 5 lucky winners the chance to get their hands on an officially licenced family costume bundle, worth £200 overall. Featuring a deluxe Darth Vader set and an adult…

01/10/2017

Top tourist attraction Wookey Hole Caves has extended its Halloween offering to ensure families in Wales are able to visit this October half term. While the rest of the UK’s half term dates run from October 23-27 the Autumn half term in Wales is between October 30- November 3. Managers at Wookey Hole Caves in Somerset have decided to extend their special Halloween activities until November 5. Dubbed as the ‘Home of Halloween’, Wookey Hole Caves with its resident Witch and atmospheric cave tour,…