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WEST MIDLAND AND LEISURE SAFARI PARK

A SPOOKY WALK ON THE SPECTACULAR WILD SIDE

As Spooky Spectacular opens to visitors on Saturday, 3rd October 2015, over 100 scarecrows and 1,700 pumpkins will be used to theme this month long festival at West Midland Safari Park. Now in its sixth year, new attractions this spooky season will include dinosaurs that are illuminated after dark and a spell writing competition!

There are specially themed live shows - all with new storylines - and animal encounters galore. Visitors get the chance to join in with The Tale of Baron Snakenstein, Close Encounter of the Furry Kind, Ghastly Goblins & Creepy Critters, along with The Sea Lion, The Witch and the Waterhole.

To add to the atmosphere there are some memorable characters to meet as well, such as Winnie the Witch, Goblins Zanzy Bog and Feezle, Werewolves Lychan and Lupin.

Throughout the entire event staff will be dressed in all kinds of guises to capture the essence of this spooky time of the year. And, as the daylight fades, that is the time when the creepiest of all spooks are released. Visitors are also encouraged to dress up and take part in the Halloween season.

There are creepy competitions and eerie hands-on activities for the entire family to take part in with the chance of winning one of a variety of safari-inspired prizes. An all new children's activity booklet filled with puzzles, games and an exciting scarecrow hunt is the perfect way for even the youngest of spooks to enjoy the season - they can even earn a sticker prize at the end! It is ghoulishly good fun for half term and takes in the creepiest of all days that is Halloween.

Hours will be extended until 9.00pm on weekends and during the October half term holiday throughout the Discovery Trail, Land of the Living Dinosaurs and Theme Park, with the event finishing on Sunday, 1st November 2015.

Further information and ticket booking is available from the Park's official websitewww.wmsp.co.ukEnquiries by telephone 01299 402114.

As Spooky Spectacular opens to visitors on Saturday, 3rd October 2015, over 100 scarecrows and 1,700 pumpkins will be used to theme this month long festival at West Midland Safari Park. Now in its sixth year, new attractions this spooky season will include dinosaurs that are illuminated after dark and a spell writing competition!

There are specially themed live shows - all with new storylines - and animal encounters galore. Visitors get the chance to join in with The Tale of Baron Snakenstein, Close Encounter of the Furry Kind, Ghastly Goblins & Creepy Critters, along with The Sea Lion, The Witch and the Waterhole.

To add to the atmosphere there are some memorable characters to meet as well, such as Winnie the Witch, Goblins Zanzy Bog and Feezle, Werewolves Lychan and Lupin.

Throughout the entire event staff will be dressed in all kinds of guises to capture the essence of this spooky time of the year. And, as the daylight fades, that is the time when the creepiest of all spooks are released. Visitors are also encouraged to dress up and take part in the Halloween season.

There are creepy competitions and eerie hands-on activities for the entire family to take part in with the chance of winning one of a variety of safari-inspired prizes. An all new children's activity booklet filled with puzzles, games and an exciting scarecrow hunt is the perfect way for even the youngest of spooks to enjoy the season - they can even earn a sticker prize at the end! It is ghoulishly good fun for half term and takes in the creepiest of all days that is Halloween.

Hours will be extended until 9.00pm on weekends and during the October half term holiday throughout the Discovery Trail, Land of the Living Dinosaurs and Theme Park, with the event finishing on Sunday, 1st November 2015.

Further information and ticket booking is available from the Park's official website www.wmsp.co.uk Enquiries by telephone 01299 402114.

As Spooky Spectacular opens to visitors on Saturday, 3rd October 2015, over 100 scarecrows and 1,700 pumpkins will be used to theme this month long festival at West Midland Safari Park. Now in its sixth year, new attractions this spooky season will include dinosaurs that are illuminated after dark and a spell writing competition!

There are specially themed live shows - all with new storylines - and animal encounters galore. Visitors get the chance to join in with The Tale of Baron Snakenstein, Close Encounter of the Furry Kind, Ghastly Goblins & Creepy Critters, along with The Sea Lion, The Witch and the Waterhole.

To add to the atmosphere there are some memorable characters to meet as well, such as Winnie the Witch, Goblins Zanzy Bog and Feezle, Werewolves Lychan and Lupin.

Throughout the entire event staff will be dressed in all kinds of guises to capture the essence of this spooky time of the year. And, as the daylight fades, that is the time when the creepiest of all spooks are released. Visitors are also encouraged to dress up and take part in the Halloween season.

There are creepy competitions and eerie hands-on activities for the entire family to take part in with the chance of winning one of a variety of safari-inspired prizes. An all new children's activity booklet filled with puzzles, games and an exciting scarecrow hunt is the perfect way for even the youngest of spooks to enjoy the season - they can even earn a sticker prize at the end! It is ghoulishly good fun for half term and takes in the creepiest of all days that is Halloween.

Hours will be extended until 9.00pm on weekends and during the October half term holiday throughout the Discovery Trail, Land of the Living Dinosaurs and Theme Park, with the event finishing on Sunday, 1st November 2015.

Further information and ticket booking is available from the Park's official website www.wmsp.co.uk enquiries by telephone 01299 402114.