Fright­en­ing fun on of­fer from stu­dent ghouls

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Roundabout -

PER­FORM­ING arts stu­dents from Home­wood School, Ten­ter­den, are work­ing with the Rare Breeds Cen­tre at Wood­church to cre­ate one of the big­gest Hal­loween events in the county. The Can­ter­bury Oast Trust farm at­trac­tion’s busi­ness man­ager, Nigel Collins, said: “This is the third year we’ve held our Hal­loween Fear and Fun event and it would not be pos­si­ble without the ded­i­ca­tion and tal­ents of Home­wood’s per­form­ing arts stu­dents. “Each year the stu­dents work to cre­ate and per­form many of the more ghoul­ish el­e­ments. in­clud­ing the Bloody Pan­tomime, the Boo Tun­nel and the For­bid­den For­est Ter­ror Trails. “The en­thu­si­asm and in­ge­nu­ity of the stu­dents is some­thing to ad­mire and they re­ally have helped us de­velop the event into what it is now.” The event runs from Oc­to­ber 29 to Novem­ber 1. Dur­ing the day the event is toned down for younger chil­dren and in­cludes a friendly pan­tomime, the Devil’s Pig Race, fancy dress, Hansel and Gre­tel Cot­tage, a gen­tle Boo Tun­nel and all the nor­mal fun of the farm. As dark­ness falls things get scarier and in­clude the Ter­ror Trailer Ride, Mad Clowns, the Bloody Pan­tomime, a scarier Boo Tun­nel, soup with the Witches of the Se­cret Lake and more.

Home­wood school stu­dents pre­pare to scare

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