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Halloween Event at Affinity Staffordshire
There's something strange in the neighbourhood this Halloween and you're invited to check it out!
Strap on your proton packs and charge those ghost traps because this October half-term, we're bringing you a fang-tastic Ghostbusters event that's guaranteed to be spooktacular! Whether you're a die-hard Ghostbuster or just a fan of things that go bump in the night, mark your calendar because this is an event you won't want to miss. Join us on the 31st of October and 1st of November for a Halloween experience that's positively ectoplasmic.
👻 FREE Ghostbusters-Themed Kids Workshops: Running throughout the day between 10.30am to 3.30pm your little monsters can participate in slime making (31st only) or green popcorn ghost trap making (1st only) craft workshops for free. Bookings will be on the day, on a first come first served basis.
📏 Giant Marshmallow Man: Don't worry, he's big and friendly.
📸 Photo Ops with Slimer and the Terror Dog: Snap spine-tingling selfies with our slimy friend Slimer and the menacing Terror Dog.
⚡️ Meet the Staffordshire Ghostbusters: Who you gonna call to save the day? The Staffordshire Ghostbusters, of course!
👀 Vigo the Carpathian: Don't be spooked by the ancient evil, Vigo. He's just here for a little friendly Halloween fun!
🚕 Taxi of Terror: Take a ride if you dare! This taxi takes payment in screams for a hauntingly good backseat selfie.
🎨 Face Painter (31st only): Transform into your favourite Ghostbusters character or have your face painted to match your costume with our fantastic face painter, available on the 31st only. Perfect if you're going trick or treating after.
🎃 And Much More: We've got surprises so good even the Ghostbusters would be impressed!
For a frightfully good time, make sure you've got the 31st of October and 1st of November in your calendar. There's something for Ghostbusters of all ages, and it's sure to be a frightfully good time you won't want to miss! Get ready for a Halloween adventure that'll have you cheering, "I ain't afraid of no ghost!"