Theme park spends £20,000 on making sure Halloween goes with a scream
A FAMILY theme park near Plymouth has spent £20,000 on new buildings and decorations to make Halloween 2012 'a week to remember'.
Among the decorations are 30 terrifying and silly figures created at Woodlands Leisure Park's Horror Castle by Kim Herbert.
Kim said: "This has been a ghoulish experience.
"I’ve spent six weeks making 30 of these petrifying posers, they’re like my very own frightening family.’
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"Not all the scenes are scary, some of them are doing silly stuff to make the kids laugh."
To make this a Halloscream Week to remember Woodlands have spent £20,000 on new buildings and re-themeing.
They have eerie expectations for this week long event from Saturday 27th Oct to Sunday 4th November.
Other new additions to the fun include the Enchanted Tunnel of Fear, Witches Wasteland and the Crazy Cells Maze.
Completing the full and fearful line up are two brand new interactive Revolting Bug Shows at the Zoo-Farm.
In addition to the existing creepers at Woodlands some gruesome guests have been summoned especially for the occasion, including a tailless whip scorpion, a species famously used in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
For the hauntingly fun event the 7 day wristband (£18.55 at the gate/£14.84 online) has been extended to cover the entire 9 day Halloween event, a spooky saving to make entertaining the kids over Half Term a devilish deal.
The whole event has something scary for all age groups, so the whole family can enjoy the eerie adventures, fun treats and free workshops. Many families are bravely joining them for the whole week by staying on the Caravan Park, there’s free entry to the Scream Park with two nights stay or more, if you dare!