Frightening fun on offer from student ghouls
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