A council-run farm in Linby are offering up some spook-facular fun this half-term to tie in with Hallowe’en
Staff at Brooke Farm in Linby are inviting children to walk their Hallowe’en trail (if they dare), decorate their own Halloween cupcake and also try out pumpkin carving.
Halloween gifts will also be on sale in our farm shop.
Halloween activities will run from Monday 24 – Friday 28 October from 10am – 12pm. Booking is not essential. There is a £5 charge per child to take part in the activities.
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Pumpkins grown by the farm are also available to buy at its shop – the ‘Mars’ pumpkins are available for £1 each along with the larger ‘Charmed’ variety at £3 each.
The farm is run by Nottinghamshire County Council and employs staff with mixed abilities and offers training to people with disabilities.
Ian Holland, the farm’s manager, said: “Brooke Farm will be all things ghoulish this half-term and the daily activities on offer will appeal to local children who are up for some spooky Hallowe’en fun.”
The farm shop offers a range of home-grown produce for sale including free range eggs, seasonal vegetables, salad and fruit, flowers and plants along with locally-sourced products such as bread, milk, preserves, pickles, cakes and biscuits.
Produce grown at Brooke Farm is sold at the farm shop in Main Street, Linby, and is open Monday to Thursday 8am to 3.45pm, Friday 8am to 3.15pm and Saturday 8am to 3pm.
For further information on the shop call 0115 963 2638.