Sunday 25 February 2018 05:43:24 PM

Join The Little Goblins At Rowallane Gardens
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The Chief Goblin of the National Trust has invited you all to a Halloween party at Rowallene Gardens!

Refuse the invitation at your peril! (Gulp!)

The Chief Goblin said: “We have a fantastically frightful Halloween planned at Rowallane Gardens, so join others if you dare as our Ghosts and Gourds Spooktacular takes place on 21& 22 October from 11am to 5pm. Our garden will be full of spooky sights, so why not take the ghost trail and say boo to the creepy characters from Premiere Circus.

Little goblins running loose at Rowallene Gardens near Saintfield.

“And you can even see your little ‘monsters’ transform with some freaky face painting. They’ll never be the same again! Don’t make a run for it before carving your very own pumpkin to take home and ward away the spooky spirits.

“Additional cost for the trail is £1.50 and Pumpkin Carving £3.00.

“Then just let your imagination run riot by following our creepy Hallowe’en Ghost Trail on 21 to 29 October from 11am-5pm, exploring the strange and sinister sights in our rather haunted garden.

“Just follow the pointers along the way and submit your clues and claim your terrifying treat for an additional cost for the trail of £1.50… or the goblins will come and carry you away and you may never be seen again… or at least not until until Christmas time!”

And the Chief Goblin said: “Why not pop into the café for frightful family fun with Poison Chocolate and Apple Dunking on 28 October to 5 November from 11am-3pm. Using hocus pocus, your little witch or wizard can dunk their apple into molten chocolate and take their treat home whilst you sit back and enjoy a ghoulishly tasty treat.”

Normal admission applies and National Trust members are free.

For further details, please contact Rowallane Gardens on 028 9751 0131.

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