Furthermore, we have the following activities for the whole family to enjoy:
- Bouncy Castle,
- Face painting
- Husky rides and petting
- 5 aside Football
- Car wash
- Dip in the Sea
- Hook a duck
- Cake stalls
- Live music
- Real life characters from your favourite films
- Roller Balls
- Loads of give aways……….
This is your chance to have a sneaky free peak around Sandy Bay caravan park, great place for a weekend away for family holiday. Come and join us for a fun filled weekend, enjoy food in the bar, enjoy all the activities taking place across the weekend.
We hope to see you there!!!
Halloween in Blyth will never be the same again, if you came along to Halloween Fright Night
last year get ready for Blyth Town Council’s Halloween Fright Night 2 (and this time it’s scarier)
Sunday the 28th of October will see Blyth Town Centre turn into a terrifyingly fun experience for the whole family. Blyth Town Council are proud once again invite people from all over the North East to come along to Blyth for a fangtastic time.
From 2pm until 8pm the town’s market place will be transformed into Hallow
As well as a large funfair, there will be live stage shows including The Stage and Production House DRACS House party with Super Spook host Matt Lee –Alliston , the DRAC PACK, Ghoulish Street magic with Magic John, and a full continental market. Carnival Rides will be on site with a spooktacular fun fair for all ages, Zombies and Ghostly stilt walkers will roam the streets, and fire eaters will dazzle the crowds with their extraordinary skills, and there will be a few more dastardly surprises in store which are top secret until they jump up and Bite.
There is adequate parking in and around the town centre, and on site public conveniences.
Follow the ghostly trail to Blyth for a BLOODY good time and enjoy the best spook fest around.
For more information contact Paul Taylor at Community Works main office on 01670 363994
Mobile 0770 372 1833 or email firstname.lastname@example.org