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A National Trust parkland is hosting spooky Hallowe’en fun this half-term with a spellbinding trail.

This school break is hoped to be as popular as ever at Croome, near Worcester, with fun for the whole family.

“We’re hoping that families enjoy getting out in the fresh air,” said Tracy Reeves, Croome’s Visitor Experience Officer, who organises Croome’s trails. “Solving spooky clues around the parkland is a great way to get kids outdoors.”

In this trail, ‘Clover’ the chief witch of Croome's coven has a terrible memory and can't take part in the annual witches celebration until children help her solve clues so she has the magic number.

The outdoor trail is £2 with a prize and takes families around the parkland with a great opportunity to enjoy the rich autumn colour. The trail runs from Saturday 21 to Sunday 29 October, 10am-4pm.

Croome is open throughout the year. The park and lakeside are open from 9am until 5.30pm and Croome Court is open from 11am to 4.30pm every day.