I’ve managed to find 5 Hampshire Halloween Experiences in 2020 despite the pandemic restrictions.
Events are a little thinner on the ground this year but, don’t worry, I’ve rounded up the best of the current events advertised. This was correct when published but the landscape can change very quickly at the moment. I’ll do my best to keep it up to date and replace any that are cancelled.
I’ve picked events that you can do as an adult or with children. Halloween isn’t just for kids though, and if you’re a grown up that loves this time of year here’s five events that might also appeal to you.
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This year I went pumpkin picking on a farm for the first time ever. There’s nothing better than spending time with friends and family and I couldn’t think of anything more seasonal to do!
Here’s a look at my afternoon spent in the field picking pumpkins – it will certainly give you an autumn boost as the pictures are rich in colour and sum up this time of year perfectly.
Continue reading “Pumpkin picking at Hollam Nurseries”
Hubble bubble boil and trouble! Halloween is just around the corner and if you’re anything like me you’ll be hunting for some treats and activities to celebrate the spookiest day of the year.
If you need a little inspiration take a peek at these five traditional Halloween activities…
Looking for some spooky reads? Well I’m starting a post for you to share your blog posts this Halloween. Add yours to the comments section for other people to discover your Halloween blog.
It was a Friday 13th to remember this year as I spent it in a MAC Cosmetics lock in!
Find out what I got up to after hours in John Lewis at West Quay, Southampton. Continue reading “Halloween with MAC Cosmetics”
This year I wanted to do something different with my pumpkins for Halloween. I’ve seen the trend for foliage pumpkins is on the rise, so I thought I’d try to make some myself. Here’s a little how to guide so you can do the same! Continue reading “How to make foliage pumpkins for Halloween”
Autumnal weekends rock. Reds and oranges, indicative of the change of season, transform woodland in to fiery landscapes that are picture perfect. Not only do the warm colours look beautiful but the crisp crunches and rustling of fallen leaves provide the soundtrack to the season. It is one of my favourite times of year.
Continue reading “Autumn discoveries & Happy Halloween 2016”
I can’t help it. I seriously love Halloween. For me, it’s always been a time where my friends and family come together. We eat, we laugh, we dress up in ridiculous outfits. It’s also a chance for me to show off my pumpkin carving skills. Hooray!
Continue reading “Happy Halloween 2014!”