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Christmas Countdown


With just 4 more sleeps until the big day all the little people are very excited. The rest of us are busy wrapping presents and hastily writing cards that we have forgotten.

Exeter like any other city in the country is filled with shoppers getting their last few presents or those annoying people that manage to do the whole lot in one day!!

I found this lovely old picture and thought it would be nice to share it with you all.

Happy Christmas to you all.

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We at Team removals would like to take this opportunity to wish all our customers old and new a very Happy Christmas and a very prosperous New Year.

We have had a very busy year here and our lads have worked hard to ensure our high standard of customer service. We understand what a stressful experience moving can be and take pride in our team working to make sure your move runs as smoothly as possible.
We hope that everyone we have already moved this year is looking forward to Christmas in their new home and we look forward to moving many more in 2017.

We are closed between Christmas and New year but our answer phone and email messages will be checked daily.

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Where’s Santa in Devon? 2016


With just 16 more sleeps until Christmas, we thought it might be helpful to give you a list of places Santa can be found before the big day.

Ongoing until Christmas Eve

The Santa Experience

Various Venues across Devon

Until 24 December. Enjoy a truly unforgettable visit to your home from Mother and Father Christmas. With songs and tales from the North Pole. Prices from just £60. Enhanced DBS cleared. Book early to avoid disappointment – call 01395 233874.

Daily until 24 December

Santa’s Igloo Grotto

Barnstaple, Green Lanes Shopping Centre, EX31 1UL

See Santa in his magical frozen igloo grotto. Father Christmas will be looking forward to meeting lots of children and will be assisted by his ever helpful elves. Each child will be gifted a present. For details call 01271 322278

20, 26 and 27 November; 3, 4 10, 11, 17, 18, 19 to 22 December

House of Marbles Christmas Grotto

Near Bovey Tracey, House of Marbles, TQ13 9DS

Each year Father Christmas visits his themed grotto at the House of Marbles. Grotto entry costs just £6.50 per child and includes a free balloon, badge and gift. Visit from 10am – 3pm. Visit

20, 26, 27 November & 1 to 24 December

Santa’s Magical Kingdom

Ottery St Mary, Otter Nurseries, EX11 1LZ

Take a magical journey through a charming, interactive grotto experience. Tickets in advance only and cost £8.99 per child. See

27 November, 3, 4, 10, 11, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 and 24 December

Christmas Nativity Plays at Pennywell

Buckfastleigh, Pennywell Farm, TQ11 0LT

Watch a magical Nativity performance. Afterwards children will be able to visit Father Christmas and receive a gift in his festive grotto. A warm festive welcome then awaits in Henny Penny’s Café. Call 01364 642023 or visit

27 November, 3, 4 December

Breakfast with Santa

Buckfastleigh, Pennywell Farm, TQ11 0LT

Enjoy a hearty breakfast before watching the magical Nativity performance. Afterwards visit Father Christmas and receive a gift. Call 01364 642023 or visit

3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 16 to 24 December

The Polar Express™ on Seaton Tramway

Seaton Tramway, EX12 2NQ

Families will enjoy the magical tram ride to Santa’s home at the North Pole in one of the specially decorated single deck tramcars, a delicious treat, and speak to Santa. Visit or call 01297 20375

During weekends 3 & 4; 10 & 11; 17 & 18; Daily on 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23 December

Santa’s Interactive Storytime

Exeter, Crealy, EX5 1DR

Visit Santa in his warm and cosy grotto for Santa’s Interactive Storytime. Hear magical tales of his festive adventures. All who visit Santa in his grotto will be given a special treat. For details visit or call 01395 233200

4, 10, 11, and from 17 to 24 December

Santa by Steam

South Devon Railway, TQ11 0DZ

Santa Claus will be stepping aboard his specially decorated grotto trains from Buckfastleigh to Totnes this December. Advance booking is essential. Ring 01364 644370 or, to check availability, visit

4, 10, 11, 17 – 24 December

Santa’s Grotto at The BIG Sheep

Bideford, The BIG Sheep, EX39 5AP

Go to Santa’s welcoming log cabin where he will be waiting along with his elves to distribute the magic of Christmas. Presents will be given to all the children who’ve been good. Visit:

10, 11, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 and 24 December

Santa in the Caves

Kents Cavern, Torquay, TQ1 2JF

Join Santa and the gang for another magical Christmas adventure underground. Watch the pantomime show around the caverns with interactive festive fun. Every child aged 2-12 will receive a gift from Santa. Go to or call 01803 215136

On selected dates throughout December.

Visit Santa at the World of Country Life

Exmouth, Sandy Bay, World of Country Life, EX8 5BY

Jump on Santa’s Christmas Deer Train and go for a ride to hand-feed the herd of red deer before visiting the Victorian Christmas Street. Go to Santa’s cottage workshop for Christmas arts and crafts. Call 01395 274533


11 and 18 December

Father Christmas visits Coleton Fishacre

Kingswear, Coleton Fishacre, TQ6 0EQ

Father Christmas will be making an appearance at Coleton Fishacre again this Christmas. Meet Father Christmas in his grotto, and collect your present from him. Call 01803 842382

Until 23 December

Father Christmas visits Knighthayes

Tiverton, Knighthayes, EX16 7RQ

Visit Father Christmas and do some craft with one of his elves in his busy workshop. See the house decorated for a traditional Victorian Christmas, write a letter to the North Pole and stretch your legs with a winter walk. Call 01884 254665

From 10 December
Also 11 December

Living Coasts’ Festive Weekend

Torquay, Living Coasts, TQ1 2BG

Follow a Christmas trail that will lead children to Santa. Meet Spiderman and Batman, plus Anna and Elsa from Frozen. Watch Santa’s elves feed the penguins and enjoy some festive face painting. Call 0844 474 3366 or go to

From 10 December
Also 11, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23 December

Santa at The Milky Way

Clovelly, The Milky Way, EX39 5RY

Enjoy a fun-filled festive day – with a visit from Father Christmas, gingerbread decorating and crafts. Father Christmas and his elves will be in their grotto where children will receive a free gift. Visit

From 10 December

Also on 10, 11, 17 and 18 December

Father Christmas visits Castle Drogo

Near Drewsteignton, Castle Drogo, EX6 6PB

Father Christmas will be paying a special visit to Castle Drogo, children can follow the trail through the garden to find him and receive a festive gift (£2.50). For details ring 01647 434111

From 10 December
And 17 December
Father Christmas at Bernaville Nurseries
Near Exeter, Cowley, Bernaville Nurseries, EX5 5EU

And Saturday 17 December. Visit Father Christmas in his house and receive a present. Plus make reindeer food, enjoy Christmas colouring, write a letter to Santa and complete an “Elf Trail”. Booking essential. Call 01392 851326 or visit in store to make your booking.

Sunday 11 December
Also 17, 18, 19 and 20 December.

Meet Father Christmas

Barnstaple, Arlington Court, EX31 4LP

Visit the festive grotto in the stables at the carriage museum to meet the traditional green Father Christmas. All good girls and boys will receive a present. Plus enjoy the festive decorations. Call 01271 850296

From 17 December
Also 18 to 24 December

Meet Santa at Paignton Zoo

Paignton Zoo, TQ4 7EU

Meet Santa in his new cabin and receive a great present. Watch the animals receive their Christmas presents. Hop aboard the Christmas train to take the snowball throwing challenge. Pre-booking is essential. Visit or call 0844 474 2222

From 18 December
Also Monday 19 December

Breakfasts with Santa

Bideford, The BIG Sheep, EX39 5AP

Breakfast with Santa includes a hot breakfast and an exclusive meeting with Santa between 9:30am and 10.30am before a full day out at the BIG Sheep until 5pm. Each child will receive a festive sack. Cost: £10. Booking essential. Visit:

From 19 December
Until 23 December

An Audience with Olde Father Christmas
Yelverton, Buckland Abbey, PL20 6EY

Rediscover the Christmas magic as Olde Father Christmas invites you into the Great Hall for tales of Christmas past. Call 01822 853607

Saturday 24 – Christmas Eve
Breakfast with Father Christmas

Newton Abbot, Prickly Ball Farm, TQ12 6BZ

Celebrate this Christmas Eve over breakfast with Father Christmas. Join in with the animal activities and enjoy breakfast at your leisure. Then visit Father Christmas in his grotto where all the children will receive a special gift. Booking essential. Call 01626 362319 or visit

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A Cold Snap..


Well it has certainly been chilly here this last week with temperatures as low as -5. We are doing our best to keep our lads warm with long moves to the Midlands and Cumbria and then plenty of local moves with everyone seeming to want to move before Christmas.. We are doing our best to accommodate everyone we can and starting to wonder if we could possibly have a white Christmas this year?


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Coca Cola truck comes to Exeter 23rd November.


The famous Coca Cola truck is heading to Exeter after the tour, returning for a sixth year, kicked off on November 17.

The truck is visiting 44 stops nationwide in the run up to Christmas Day.

The famous truck lands in Exeter today, Wednesday, November 23, and will be parked in Bedford Square, Princesshay between 1pm and 9pm.

This year, Coca-Cola has added an extra sprinkling of magic with a new look truck tour experience.

At each stop, visitors can share the festive cheer and explore a special winter wonderland, before enjoying a 150ml can of Coca-Cola Classic, Coca-Cola Zero Sugar or Diet Coke.

The last time the festive truck stopped in Exeter was in 2013 and the city saw thousands of people line up to have their picture taken in front of it.

So after missing out for the past two years a Coca Cola spokesman explained how they choose what lucky city gets picked.

He said: “We always try to fit in visits to as many areas of the country as possible during the Christmas period as well as special Christmas shopping days and events in some city centres.

“After many months of planning we created the best route, which covers a large regional spread. Sixteen per cent of locations for this year’s tour are new and we’ve facilitated 57 per cent of the requests made this year by the public and local councils.”

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Rhino Auction

The Great Big Rhino Project has come to an end with a successful charity auction that raised £123,000.

The summer-long project, organised by Paignton Zoo, saw a free public art trail of 40 life-size painted rhinos dotted around Exeter and the English Riviera. Thousands of people spent the summer searching out the dazzling artworks.
Now, 39 of the rhinos have been auctioned to raise money for rhino conservation.
The highlight of the evening came when a bidding war broke out over Hulk-O-Rhino, painted by Jenny Leonard and sponsored by Inter-Line Building Supplies. This eventually sold for £13,500 – ten times the price of some of the other rhinos.The final figure for the project surplus will be known once costs are taken into account. In 2013, the Great Gorillas Project made a surplus of £30,000.
Paignton Zoo’s Phil Knowling said: “We’d like to thank all our partners, artists and sponsors, everyone who followed the trail so enthusiastically and everyone who attended the auction. There was a great atmosphere and a real buzz. The figure is truly amazing!”
The grand charity auction took place at the Riviera International Conference Centre in Torquay on Thursday 3rd November. The surplus from the project will be used by Paignton Zoo to support Javan and Sumatran rhino conservation via Save the Rhino International.

Sale prices

Symbiosis – £2,200
Maximus – £1,900
Big Sweetie – £3,100
Rhinosaur – £2,500
Sun’s Out, Horn’s Out! – £2,200
Blossom – £3,200
Stella – £3,400
Herby – £2,600
Stardust – £2,800
Charge – £1,200
Tranquillity – £3,600
Rhino An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly – £3,200
AquamaRhino – £3,000
Woodland Safari – £4,200
Rupert – £1,500
Paladin – £2,200
Finding Faru – £3,400
Dino Rhino – 2,400
Castle Siege – £2,300
Lost Time – £2,000
Targeted – £2,800
How Many? – £1,500
Hulk-O-Rhino – £13,500
Badak – £2,200
Down The Road – £1,800
Invincible? – £3,200
The Watering Hole – £1,900
Rhino – Zero – £3,000
Rhinoctopus – £2,100
Sir Richard The Rhinoheart – £2,800
Rhino Why The Cages Bird Sings – £3,000
Oh I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside – £2,800
RhinoBeta3107 – £2,100
Louis – £5,000
Paignton By Numbers – £3,600
All Creatures Great And Small – £4,700
Spike (dreaming of the herd) – £3,400
Cath – £7,500
Glimpses – £3,200

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Stuck for ideas for Bonfire Night?

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 Here are 14 displays in and around Exeter not to be missed

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Remember remember the 5th November..

Abbie Bray

By Exeter Express and Echo Exeter Express and Echo  |  Thu 03 Nov 2016

Remember remember the 5th November the gunpowder treason and plot…Yes Bonfire Night is a couple of days away and there are many dazzling firework and bonfire displays in and around Exeter that will light up the skies on November 5.And as always there will be dozens of events taking place at parks, pubs, community centres and clubs where families can enjoy the magic of Guy Fawkes Night.

If you are not sure where to go this year then look no further as we have done all the work for you, here are 14 displays not to be missed on Bonfire Night.


Round Table Charity Fireworks Display, Westpoint Arena, Clyst St Mary, November 5

Every year Exeter’s Round Table display is one of the biggest in the city and this year will be no different as the theme of the display will be Star Wars. Along with the firework display there will also be a large fun fair with lots of thrilling rides and a range of food and drink stalls. The fireworks start at 7.30pm so visitors are advised to arrive by 6.45pm. Tickets can be bought in advance and for adults/seniors will cost £6, for children £4 and for a family of four £16. On the gate tickets for adults/seniors will cost £8, for children £5 and for a family of four £22. Stagecoach buses are also offering a special £2 return fare to Westpoint from Exeter St Davids and Exeter Bus Station.

Tickets for the event can be bought from the following locations:

  • Devon Air Ambulance Trust, 41 Cowick Street, St Thomas, Exeter, Devon, EX4 1AW
  • Devon Air Ambulance Trust, Heavitree, 90 Fore Street, Heavitree, Exeter, Devon, EX1 2RR
  • Devon Air Ambulance Trust, 47 Fore Street, Topsham, Exeter, Devon, EX3 0HD
  • Londis, Sylvania Drive, Exeter
  • Londis, Clyst St Mary
  • Quickprint, Sweetbrier Lane, Heavitree
  • Specsavers Opticians, High Street, Exeter
  • Langmaids News, 89 Fore Street, Exeter
  • Coaver Club, Matford Lane
  • Broadway Stores, St Thomas
  • Dunns Motors (BP Garage), Marsh Barton
  • Stagecoach Travel Shop, Exeter Bus Station
  • Gillets Spar, Silverton
  • Redmayne Bentley Stockbrokers, 20 Southernhay, West Exeter
  • Pinhoe Pharmacy, Exeter
  • Five Juice Bar, Guildhall, Exeter
  • Co-op supermarket, Fore Street, Heavitree, Exeter


Tar Barrels, Town Centre, Ottery St Mary, November 5

Thousands of people visit east Devon every Bonfire Night for one reason only – and that is to attend the annual tar barrels event.

If you haven’t been it is definitely a night you won’t forget because every November 5, the famous flaming tar barrels are carried through the streets of Ottery St Mary.

It is a longstanding tradition where between 8,000 to10,000 people attend to watch men, women and even children run fearlessly through the town carrying blazing barrels.

The event is organised by the carnival committee, with volunteers and fundraising money throughout the year in order to keep the tradition going.

This year the event will be held on Saturday, November 5, and like previous years Otter Nurseries Garden Centre will be opening its car park for visitors for the event.

The cost of parking this year will be £10 per car and £150 for 50+ coaches, £75 for 26 seaters and £40 for minibuses, with the money raised at the car park to be split between the Ottery Carnival Committee, which organises the event, and Otter Nurseries charity of the year.


Exmouth and District Round Table Charity Fireworks Display, Imperial Recreation Ground, November 4

The annual fireworks display will be supporting Exmouth Beach Rescue and Exmouth RNLI and will take place on Friday, November 4. Gates to the event open at 6pm and the display will start at 7.30pm.

Tickets will cost £6 per adult and £4 per child.

Contact: Exmouth and District 415 Round Table’s Facebook page @Exmouthroundtable


1st Pinhoe Scouts Bonfire and Firework Display at the New Inn, Broadclyst, November 5

The 1st Pinhoe Scouts annual firework display is back at the New Inn this year bringing a BBQ, soft drinks, side shows and stalls.

The gates open at 6pm and the bonfire lighting will start at 6.45pm followed by the fireworks display at 7.30pm.

Advanced tickets can be bought and will cost £5 per adult, £4 per child and £12 for a family of four.

On the night tickets will cost £5 per person and £15 for a family of four.


Stuart Line Cruises firework cruise, Exmouth, November 5

Celebrate Bonfire Night by sailing the River Exe and watching all of the displays taking place in the surrounding areas.

It is ideal for families as you can watch the display away from the bangs but close enough to ‘ooo’ and ‘ahhh’ at the beautiful colours.

It starts at 7pm and there will be a licensed bar on board with homemade soup, snacks and hot drinks.

Tickets will cost £7.50 and the cruise will depart from Exmouth

Contact: 01395 222144


Firework Display, Exeter Golf and Country Club, Topsham Road, November 4

Exeter Golf and Country Club’s annual firework display is back with their spectacular firework display, hog roast, barbecue, live music, children’s fancy dress disco, face painting and of course a bouncy castle. There will also be mulled wine and drinks available in the sport’s bar and the Wear Park restaurant.

Gates to the event open at 5.30pm for fireworks night ticket holders and the club will close from 4pm until 5.30pm for set up.

Advanced tickets will cost £7.50 per adult, £5 per child and £23 for a family ticket. Tickets purchased on the gate will cost £10 per adult, £7.50 per child and £28 for a family ticket.

Contact: 01392 874139 or


Alphington Scouts, Clapperbrook Lane, Alphington, November 6

This annual event will be back bigger and better than before. The gate to the event opens at 6pm and visitors can enjoy a spectacular fireworks display and a roaring bonfire.

Contact: 01392 259386


Cullompton RFC Firework Display, Stafford Park, Knowle Lane, November 4

Cullompton Rugby Football Club is back with their annual firework display this year on Friday, November 4. Gates to the event will open at 6pm followed by the fireworks display at 7pm. There will also be a bar selling food and drinks. Ticket information to follow.

Contact: 01884 32480


Tiverton Rugby Club Bonfire and Fireworks night, Coronation Field, Bolham Road November 5

Tiverton Rugby Club will be holding their annual fireworks night on Saturday, November 5. Gates to the event will open at 6.15pm and tickets will cost £5 per adults and £3 per child. There is also no on-site parking available for visitors.

Contact: 01884 252271


Okehampton Fireworks Night, Simmons Park, November 5

Okehampton fireworks and bonfire display will take place at Simmons park this year. There is currently no information about the event on their website but we do know it will start from 3pm.


The Waie Inn, Zeal Monachorum, Crediton

The Waie Inn is back again this year with their annual fireworks display (although the date is to be confirmed). Parking is free and there will be a selection of food and drink served at the event.

Contact: 01363 82348


Topsham Rugby Club Firworks and Bonfire Display , Exeter Road, November 5

Topsham Rugby Club will host their fireworks and bonfire night this year on Saturday, November 5, although a time, details of the event and ticket prices are to be confirmed.

Contact: 01392 873651


Newton St Cyres Recreation Ground Fireworks Display, November 5

Visitors can enjoy a fireworks display and bonfire night at Newton St Cyres Recreation Ground on Saturday, November 5. Gates to the event open at 6pm followed by the fireworks which will start at 7pm. Tickets will cost £5 per adult and £2 per child and there will also be a hot food bar.

Contact: 01392 432287


Stoke Canon Inn pub, Stoke Canon, November 5

A time for the event is to be confirmed but we do know that it will be held on Saturday, November 5. Visitors can enjoy a bonfire and a spectacular fireworks display.

Contact: 01392 840063


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Tar Barrels Ottery St Mary.

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Every year on November 5th for reasons lost in antiquity, the Flaming Tar Barrels are carried through the streets of Ottery St Mary to the delight of thousands of townsfolk and visitors.

Ottery St. Mary is internationally renowned for its Tar Barrels, an old custom said to have originated in the 17th century, and which is held on November 5th each year. Each of Ottery’s central public houses sponsors a single barrel. In the weeks prior to the day of the event, November 5th, the barrels are soaked with tar. The barrels are lit outside each of the pubs in turn and once the flames begin to pour out, they are hoisted up onto local people’s backs and shoulders.

The streets and alleys around the pubs are packed with people, all eager to feel the lick of the barrels flame. Seventeen Barrels all in all are lit over the course of the evening.

In the afternoon and early evening there are women’s and boy’s barrels, but as the evening progresses the barrels get larger and by midnight they weigh at least 30 kilos. A great sense of camaraderie exists between the ‘Barrel Rollers’, despite the fact that they tussle constantly for supremacy of the barrel. In most cases, generations of the same family carry the barrels and take great pride in doing so. It perpetuates Ottery St Mary’s great sense of tradition, of time and of history.

Opinion differs as to the origin of this festival of fire, but the most widely accepted version is that it began as a pagan ritual that cleanses the streets of evil spirits.

It is an incredible night to remember – one of the biggest bonfires in the South West is ignited on the banks of the River Otter and behind it are the flashing neon’s of the annual fun fair.

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Half term Activities

Happy Half Term from us all here at Team Removals. We have included some local half term activities for you below.

Half term events in Devon
Devon’s Top Attractions/ Halloween Events

Devon’s Top Attractions are busy preparing for an October Half Term full of ‘Happy Hauntings, pumpkins and trick or treats’.
See what’s on now and make your kids have a hauntingly great half term.

From: 21 Oct 2016 to 31 Oct 2016
Dartmouth Food Festival 2016
The Dartmouth Food Festival is back for 2016 with a tempting mix of delicious regional food and drink, chef demonstrations, workshops, lively food debates and fun for all the family. Set in the beautiful estuary town of Dartmouth in the South Hams…

From: 21 Oct 2016 to 23 Oct 2016
Witches & Wizards Tours
Celebrate Halloween this October half-term at Exeter’s spooky Underground Passages. Between 22–30 October there will be special ‘Witches & Wizards Tours’ where children are invited to explore under the city’s streets on special guided tours

From: 22 Oct 2016to30 Oct 2016
Woodlands Family Scream Park
Woodlands Family Theme Park is offering a family friendly fangtastic Halloween experience this half term.
Marty’s Monster Manor is back for your chance to meet Woodlands friendly monster ‘Marty’ with spookier surprises around every eerie corner…

From: 22 Oct 2016 to30 Oct 2016
Halloween Fun – Kents Cavern
Participatory Event
Halloween Fun
There’s lots to do over October Half Term at Kents Cavern with cave tours, spooky dig and the underground pumpkin hunt. Activities included in the cave admission price. No booking required

From: 22 Oct 2016 to 31 Oct 2016
Halloween at Devon’s Crealy
Saturday 22nd – Sunday 30th October. Grab your hats, broomsticks, whiskers and pussycat tails this October half term and get ready for some spooky spellbinding adventures!

From: 22 Oct 2016 to 30 Oct 2016
Half Term Craft and Trail
School Holiday Event
Keep the kids occupied this half term at Knightshayes. With a week of nature craft activities to keep them occupied and a wild child trail in the garden to keep them busy – let us help keep the bogeyman of boredom away

From: 22 Oct 2016 to 31 Oct 2016
October Half Term Activities at The Donkey Sanctuary
This October half term there will be lots of spooky goings-on at The Donkey Sanctuary in Sidmouth. Plus, we will be celebrating the Family Learning Festival with free Donkey Interaction and Bat Beacon sessions.

From: 22 Oct 2016to30 Oct 2016
Pecorama – Autumn Half Term
Participatory Event
Special children’s entertainment for the half term break including spooky rides of our Beer Frights Ghost Train for Halloween

From: 22 Oct 2016to29 Oct 2016
Halloween – Come Trick Or Treat Us If Yee Dare!
A Spooktastic Halloween week on board in Brixham – Saturday 22 to Sunday 30 October. There bee Walk the Plank, Sid’s Stamps and Spot the Skulls as well as a guest appearance from Shirley the Skeleton to reunite with Sid, the Ship’s mascot.

From: 22 Oct 2016 to30 Oct 2016
Snakes & Lanterns at Powderham Castle
A thrilling half term awaits….. children can follow the Pumpkin Trail to win their own pumpkin to carve in the Potting Shed. The braver ones can have a close encounter with Dartmoor Reptiles.

From: 23 Oct 2016 to 31 Oct 2016
Halloween Horrors – Halloween at Paignton Zoo
Participatory Event
Halloween Horrors
Join Paignton Zoo this Halloween for some spooktacular fun!
Price: Standard Zoo admission prices apply

From: 24 Oct 2016 to 30 Oct 2016
Pennywell Farm – Jollyween event
Jollyween at Pennywell Farm
Carve a pumkin, watch a world class entertainer and enjoy the lighter side of life with Jollyween.

From: 24 Oct 2016 to 30 Oct 2016
Halloween at Tatooine
Exmouth, Exmouth
An out of this galaxy event for all the family October half term. Spooky games, pumpkin carving and loads more see website for full details.

From: 24 Oct 2016 to 30 Oct 2016
Harry Potter themed crafts
Join us to celebrate the magic of Harry Potter in the amazing space of the Chapter House. Imagine that you are in the Great Hall of Hogwarts and take part in a range of themed crafts. Get ‘sorted’ as you arrive, and make a banner to support your house

From: 24 Oct 2016 to 28 Oct 2016
Witches’ Brew Week
Ottery St Mary, Ottery St Mary
Halloween fun for all the family, including pumpkins, witches and tasty treats!

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