22 October 2020 - 04 November 2020
Thursday 22 October 2020 - Wednesday 04 November 2020
Shawclough and Healey area
This is a Covid-19 safe event taking place throughout the community
As an alternative to trick or treating amidst the coronavirus restrictions this year, Sticker Düdle and Rochdale Children's Moorland Home have teamed up to put together a pumpkin trail which can be completed in a socially distanced manner, meaning the children can still dress up and enjoy a bit of Halloween fun.
Order your pumpkin window sticker from 'Sticker Düdle" on Facebook for £2.50, with all profits going to Rochdale Children's Moorland Home.
Once received (we will deliver locally), place the sticker in your window for children to find on the Pumpkin Trail. You can post clues of your location in the Facebook group if you wish.
You will also be sent a downloadable sheet to take part in the trail, spotting other stickers In the neighbourhood and marking down their names and numbers.
There will be a prize for the person who finds the most pumpkins (if we have more than one winner finding all the pumpkins, the main prize will be drawn via a random name generator and alternative prizes will be given to the runner ups. Every winning entry shall receive a prize).
There is also a trail running for the Whitworth area or if you are out of area but wish to support the event, you can sponsor a pumpkin, which we will display in a public place.
Entry fee: £2.50
Contact: Heather Bibbington
07858 894 144
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