Halloween Trail in Haverhill

Written by MiriamSpall on Tuesday, November 1, 2016 - 20:05

More than 2500 attended the annual Halloween Trail in Haverhill last Friday (28 October) in East Town Park. The feedback on the night from attenders, young and old was very positive and included such comments as

  • ‘awesome’ 
  • ‘magic’
  • ‘loved the aliens’  
  • ‘frightening’
  • and  ‘I was not scared but my big sister was’.

Although the event organised by Haverhill Town Council was free there was a voluntary bucket collection which raised £757.90. This collection will help contribute to other Town Council events such as the Family Christmas Night and Fireworks which this year takes place on Friday 2 December.

Organiser Nick Keeble said

‘What a fantastic night. The balmy weather helped us to get the park set up without any issues and the crowd came out in their thousands to support the event with not a Killer Clown in sight!’

‘We are very grateful to the volunteers at East Town Park who helped to prepare the trail route which took people to brand new areas – it looked and sounded amazing with the lights, the sounds and the screams of enjoyment!’  

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Written by
MiriamSpall
Director
Where To Take Our Children