A WOKINGHAM garden centre is preparing to put on some spooky events this half-term.
Squires Garden Centre on Heathlands Road is running sessions for children from Monday, October 28 through to Friday November 1.
Young guests can paint a bat tealight holder, create a scratch art mask, or take part in a ghost pursuit around the garden centre.
The ghost pursuit involves finding a creepy word hidden around the centre and entry is free. Prizes are on offer for some lucky entrants.
The Hallowe’en themed scratch art mask costs £2, while the ceramic bat tealight holder session is £5.75 and includes an LED tealight.
A spokesperson for the centre said: “Keep your little ghouls entertained this October Half Term by bringing them to Squire’s Garden Centres.
“The popular Create & Grow activities are on from 10am to 4pm and there’s no need to book, simply turn up on the day. Fancy dress is very welcome too.”
Children must be accompanied by an adult. For more details, log on to www.squiresgardencentres.co.uk
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