Children ain’t afraid of no ghosts at farm

Youngsters will have to hope they aren’t spooked easily Mead Open Farm’s Freaky Fortnight returns at the weekend.

The event has been designed to be bigger and better than ever before with a brand new haunt Mr Topper’s Fun House. The event starts on Saturday

It has been especially for the bravest, Mr Topper’s is a fun house themed maze, awash with candy colours, sloped floors and ball pits and complete with plenty of fearsomely fun twists and turns.

With anticipation building around every corner, special lighting and spine-tingling music add to the drama – if you can find your way out.

Plus, daily during the half term holidays there are extra family fun with actors giving even more shocks and shrieks to those who enter.

Matt Heast, owner of Mead Open Farm, commented: “Every year we try to improve Freaky Fortnight and 2015 is no exception.

“As well as the new Mr Topper’s Fun House we have also updated other family favourites including the Haunted House and Creepy Cottage which we are sure will bring screams of delight to children, mums and dads alike!”

Mead Open Farm’s Freaky Fortnight offers fantastic daytime Halloween runs until November 1 between 10am and 6pm, visitors can choose their level of scariness on all five haunted attractions with the Farm’s own fear factor scale. Combined with pumpkin carving, new ghost stories and puppet shows among other entertainment.

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