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Spooky fun at haunted hangar
11:00am Monday 30th September 2013 in News
THERE will be spooky goings on for a museum’s annual Hallowe’en event.
On Thursday, 31 October something ghoulish is taking over the Museum of Army Flying as it hosts its annual Haunted Hangars Hallowe’en event.
As the light fades the museum will be transformed with mummies, witches, ghosts and ghouls giving visitors a fiendish fright.
Visitors must be prepared for some scary surprises as they take the tour around the museum, followed by some scary tales from the storyteller.
There will also be a fancy dress competition.
The first event starts at 6pm and is suitable for children aged seven years and under.
It will last about an hour and a half.
The second event is suitable for ages eight years and over and starts at 7.30pm.
Tickets cost £7 for children and £4 for adults and are available online or from the museum before the event. Booking is essential.
If your children are in different age ranges the choice is yours as to whether you would like the younger one to go into the older category or the older to move into the younger category.
The museum would like to hear from new volunteers both for this event and for other work.
Contact the museum at enquiries@flying-museum .org.uk.
The museum is particularly interested in hearing from people who would like to be friendly witches or ghouls for the evening.
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