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Witches and Wizards Week Bocketts Farm Park 26 October to 3 November, 10am-5:30pm


Enjoy a full packed programme of fun and freaky activities including a Spooky Quiz Trail, Creepy Craft Corner and Reptile Roadshow, where you’ll get the chance to meet awesome creepy crawlies up close! Plus, they’ll be amazing science and slime shows from Einstein’s Entertainers as well as hundreds of pumpkins on sale.


Daily activities include pony rides, tractor rides, animal handling and pig


Survival Adventure Game Morden Hall Park 24-25 October, 10am and 2pm A thrilling Survival Adventure Game taking place over October half term. You need to play your role in your team while navigating Morden Hall Park to solve problems and overcoming a series of challenges to collect items and equipment for survival. Will you make it before time runs out? Some activities will involve bush crafting and fire lightening. Drop off activity for children aged 8‑16 years. Tickets £15. www.nationaltrust.org.uk/ morden-hall-park


Tiny Ravers Halloween Special Tunnel 267, Wimbledon 26 October, 2-4pm Celebrate this spooky time of year by raving with the family. There will also be face painting, craft, bubble machines, balloons and crazy inflatibles. Tickets £6. www.tinydancers events.com


Astonishing archaeology Fulham Palace 27 October, 11am-3pm Tours, trails, crafts and real artefact handling sessions. Free family fun day. www.fulhampalace.org


racing, and you can meet and feed all of the friendly farm animals too.


With a large heated indoor play barn, trampolines, pedal go karts, young driver’s area and a jumping pillow, there’s plenty to keep the whole family amused, whatever the weather.


Create and Grow Spooky Half Term Squires Garden Centres (All centres apart from Chertsey), 28 October to 1 November, 10am-4pm Paint a ceramic bat tealight holder – take home with a complimentary LED tealight to place on your windowsill to brighten up your room – £5.75. Create a Halloween Scratch Art Mask – a must have item for trick-or-treating – £2. Ghost pursuit around the centre - discover the creepy word and be in with a chance to win a prize – free. Fancy dress welcome. No booking required. www.squiresgarden centres.co.uk


OI FROG! Rose Theatre 29 October to 3 November Join FROG, CAT and DOG in this new action‑ packed stage adaptation of Kes Gray and Jim Field’s bestselling books. Songs, puppets, laughs and more rhymes than you can shake a chime at! Tickets from £10. www.rosetheatre kingston.org


Autumn in Bushy Park 29 October, 10am It’s autumn and the leaves are falling. Learn about the creatures that are getting ready to hide away for the winter. Make hedgehog pictures, play rabbit games and look for squirrels. Make a home for a furry friend for the winter. For ages 18 months – 4 years. Children £6, adults free. www.royalparks.org.uk


www.bockettsfarm park.co.uk


Billionaire Boy Richmond Theatre 30 October to 2 November Tickets available from £13.50 plus transaction fee. From the producers of Gangsta Granny and Awful Auntie comes this amazing new production of David Walliams’ best-selling story! www.atgtickets.com


How the Grinch Stole Christmas New Wimbledon Theatre 1-3 November Magnificent sets and costumes recreate the world of Dr Seuss. Suitable for ages 4+. Tickets from £13 plus transaction fee. www.atgtickets.com


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