A nightmare Hallowe'en for the Leighton Buzzard area as The Howl returns

A nightmare parade is taking place at Mead Open Farm on Saturday, October 6 to celebrate the 2018 opening of The Howl Horror Nights.

Tuesday, 2nd October 2018, 11:52 am
Updated Friday, 5th October 2018, 3:57 am
The Howl

Joining hundreds of fearless fright lovers, the opening ceremony will be packed with enough clowns, werewolves and demons to keep even the hardiest horror lovers awake at night!

This year, for 12 nights of fright throughout October, The Howl will have two new Horror Mazes open (Red and The Attic).

Red is a terrifying take on Red Riding Hood that’s no fairy tale, while The Attic is a space so dark and deadly no one will ever return!

The Howl

The Howl director Matt Heast said: “This year our opening night is set to be bigger, better and more twisted than ever before. With two new mazes to launch, our nightmare parade is set to raise even the deepest creatures from their graves - we can’t wait!”

Throughout the 12 nights, fright lovers can explore five amazing horror mazes, full of live, terrifying creatures.

In addition to the two new haunts, visitors won’t want to miss the death-defying Shed of Dread, nightmare inducing Toppers Twister (a must for clown lovers!) and the terrifying Squealers Yard there’s something for every adrenaline junkie.

Plus, for those not feeling brave, there’s award winning banter with the street entertainers, fabulous street food and the famous Hearse and Hound Bar. Visitors can listen to live music from NEW resident band Jukebox too.

A top tip? Be sure to bring someone you can hide behind for the scariest and best Hallowe’en night out of the year.

The Howl runs from October 6 to November 3 at Mead Open Farm in Billington, near Leighton Buzzard.

> For advanced tickets go to www.thehowl.co.uk.