Families looking for safe, spooky activities to do from home this year should check out the Children’s Festival of Words event on Saturday, 31 October with the bestselling author of ‘The Apprentice Witch’ series, James Nicol.
Sewerby Hall and Gardens will be celebrating this October half-term holidays with brand new outdoor activities.
The Love Exploring app has had an update with a Halloween DanceTrail around the grounds with spooky Skeletons, witches, zombies and mummies. The free app can be downloaded from either the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store.
East Riding Archives invites all restless souls with a pen in their hand or keyboard at their fingertips to weave a tale of terror, or story of spookiness, for the new ‘Haunting The Archives’ competition.
As years go, the mere mention of ‘2020’ will send a shiver down the spine for quite some time and now the ghoulish season is here: Halloween!
The East Riding Festival of Words is back for 2020 – with a varied programme of free online events, featuring a range of popular authors. The Festival features an exciting programme of events for children as well.
This Halloween, Wally, the world’s favourite children’s book character – wearing a red-and-white striped shirt and black-rimmed specs – will be travelling the country. He will be appearing in museums, including the Treasure House in Beverley.
Families will be able to join the search for Wally in the Treasure House as part of the Where’s Wally? Spooky Museum Search.
Armstrongs Social Club will be hosting a Pumpkin Carving Day as they get into the Halloween Spirit.
A free event the day will also feature a range of activities for all the family while raising money for a local charity.
Witches, warlocks, black cats and devils in Beverley are being urged to make sure they look after their eyes this Halloween.
Specsavers want to ensure fancy dress revellers don’t play a trick on their eyes through costume lenses and make-up and instead treat them to the care they deserve this October 31st.
The Potting Shed in Beverley has no tricks but plenty of treats for Halloween – including a chance for little Potters to create and name their own spooky pizza!
The garden-themed bar on Flemingate will be getting dressed up for a full weekend of fiendishly fun events and it’s hoping everyone will get into the spirit of the celebrations.
Photos from The Sloop which hosted a Halloween themed night over the weekend. Customers joined staff at the pub dressing up in some spooky costumes.
Monks Walk pub in Beverley is celebrating Halloween in its own unique way with a return to traditional values.
This Halloween, there’s a chance to join East Riding Libraries for a storytime and activity session reading Allen and Janet Ahlberg’s classic fun skeleton story
Beverley’s Flemingate centre is hosting an exciting array of events and activities for all the family during next week’s half-term break.
A ‘hauntingly’ good Halloween treasure hunt is being held in Beverley during next week’s half-term, with a whole host of prizes to be won.
The witching hour of Halloween is creeping up fast but if you haven’t got plans, don’t be scared … The Potting Shed in Beverley has a ghoulish line-up of events to get you nicely chilled.
Join the British Red Cross for the most frightfully fantastic fancy dress abseil around on Sunday 30th October.
A packed Beaver Park enjoyed a spooky night of fun as Beverley RUFC hosted a Halloween party complete with fireworks.
Photos from The Queens Head, The Royal Standard, Lazo and the Game Bird all taken on Halloween night in Beverley.
If you are planning to go out in Beverley this weekend and wish to take part in the Halloween antics that are happening in the pubs and bars.