Hundreds of children are expected to be scared silly at the annual Rotary Hallowe’en Ghost Hunt at Hove’s Hangleton Manor on Thursday 31st October from 1630 to 1830.
This very popular annual family event – now in its 10th year – is organised by Rotary in Brighton and Hove. For just a £4 entry fee children hunt for ghoulish characters in the Manor’s ancient walled gardens, record them on a list and then collect their prizes.
Professional children’s entertainers, Fairy Dust Events, are also booked for some scary fun, along with the City Mayor, who will judge the popular costume competition. There will also be lots of fun at other attractions including frightening face painting.
Hangleton Manor will be open for business and families can enjoy having a drink in the lovely gardens whilst the kids have fun.
All monies raised will benefit our wonderful local projects & charities.