Free activities and low cost fun this Halloween in the Leighton Buzzard area
There’s no need for this half-term to give you a fright when there’s plenty to do in Leighton Buzzard
Leighton Library Activities
Tuesday 24 October: 10.30 am to 11 am- Storytime (Funny Bones) 11 am to 1 pm- Spooky Skelton craft
Wednesday 25 October: 1.30 pm to 2 pm- Storytime (Winnie the Witch). 2 pm to 4 pm- Creepy Cup of Tea craft. 2pm to 4pm- Wicked Witches craft
Thursday 26 October: 10 am to 12 pm- Smashing Pumpkins craft. 2 pm to 4 pm- Bewitching Bats craft
Friday 27 October: 10 am to 12 pm- Crafty Witches. 1.30 pm to 2pm- Storytime (Room on the Broom)2 pm to 4 pm- Ghastly Ghosts
Tuesday 31 October: 10 am to 12 pm- Silly Spider craft
Leighton Linslade Town Council Market Spooktacular Tuesday 24th October
Head down to Leighton Buzzard High Street 9.30am to 1pm for free children’s for a free children’s event
Halloween High Street Childrens Trail
Take part in this fiendishly family-friendly Halloween Trail on the High Street and see if you can find all the things that the witch has lost on her travels. Where did she leave her broom? Where have her frogs hopped off to? There are 6 locations on the trail for you to find. At each stop on the trail you’ll find a poster with a letter on it. Collect the letters and work out what they spell! If you find them all you can collect a small prize from The Raven and Broomstick shop in Peacock Mews (open Weds – Sat) or from the Library (open Tues – Sat).
When: Tuesday 24th October – Saturday 28th October 2023
What time: 9am – 3pm
Where: The High Street in Leighton Buzzard
Where should I start?: You can collect the letters in any order, but a good place to start is in Market Square.
There’s more downloadable activities at www.leightonlinslade-tc-gov.uk/happy-halloween
Knolls Wood free
Wednesday 25th October FREE Drop-in between 10am and 1pm. Nature Craft activities meet at the Redwood Glade what2words location: edits.became.below
The Raven & Broomstick Witches Halloween Market
Free to attend and a great chance to dress up and haunt the historical Peacock Mews on Sunday 29th October 12-5pm.