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Scarewell at Sacrewell this October Half Term

Scarewell at Sacrewell 22nd – 30th October As autumn takes hold of the land around us, with leaves turning orange and darker nights drawing in, we invite you to discover the many Tricks and Treats around the farm, with the help of our spooky friends that are hidden around Scarewell.

  • 22nd October 2022 - 30th October 2022
  • 9:00 am - 4:30 pm

Scarewell at Sacrewell 

22nd – 30th October

As autumn takes hold of the land around us, with leaves turning orange and darker nights drawing in, we invite you to discover the many Tricks and Treats around the farm, with the help of our spooky friends that are hidden around Scarewell @ Sacrewell 22nd – 30th October 2022.

Start your journey into the story of witches, ghouls and trolls at our spooky witches farm house…don’t worry about losing your way in the gloom as you may end up staying for story time fun. Escape the witches lair through the enchanted woodland and meet a ghost who can show you the magical art of wand crafting for you to treasure. Explore the pumpkin patch and select your favourite pumpkin to take with you to the Troll! Sneak along to the bridge…..Shhhhhhhh…..can you cross the bridge without waking the troll?….Oh no the Troll is awake!!! Quickly build a mini raft to make your getaway safely…then end your visit with a sweet treat around the woodland campfire.

But most importantly, don’t forget to dress up and be ready for a fun filled day at Scarewell, This truly is an event for all the family!

Facilities

  • Car Parking
  • Disabled Accessibility
  • Facilities for Disabled Guests
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • On site parking
  • Restaurant
  • WI-FI

Accessibility Facilities

  • Accessibility Guide
  • Assistance dogs welcome
  • Blue Badge Parking
  • Designated wheelchair public toilet
  • Wheel chair accessible
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Did you know?

Bringing the river to life in raucous style each June, ‘The Bumps’ are a chaotic series of rowing races. In this Cambridge tradition, which dates back to the early 19th Century, boats set out in single file and must catch and touch, or ‘bump’, the boat ahead without being caught by the rowers on their tail.