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Thursday 14 October 2010

Spooky goings-on across Cheshire East this Hallowe’en


From guided ghost walks, scary story-telling and creepy craft workshops, there are plenty of events taking place to mark Hallowe’en in Cheshire East this year … read on if you dare.


On Tuesday, October, 26, Middlewich Library will host a ‘Spooky Stories and Crafts’ day.  This is ideal for children of all ages.

For more information, contact Middlewich Library on 01606 832801.


A ‘Spooky Fun’ evening will take place at Macclesfield library on Thursday, October, 28. The event will include story-telling and craft sessions for children aged five to ten years.

For more information, contact Macclesfield Library on 01625 374000

Holmes Chapel

On Thursday, October, 28 Holmes Chapel Library will play host to a ‘Spooky Stories and Crafts’ event for children aged four to eight.

The children can listen to some creepy Halloween tales while parents can get free advice on in-car child safety from Cheshire East Council’s road safety team.

On Friday, October, 29, Trevor Mooney from Chatwins bakery will be demonstrating his bread-making skills which children aged four and above can join in.

For more information, contact Holmes Chapel Library on 01477 535126.


On Friday, October, 29, Alsager Library will be visited by ‘Witches and Wizards’ – a special children’s craft event. Children can wear Hallowe’en fancy dress if they wish to.

For more information, contact Alsager Library on 01270 873552.


Tim Prevett is in town on Thursday, October, 28. The local ghost hunter will take anyone who is brave enough on a haunted tour, followed by scary tales in Nantwich library’s ghoulish grotto. Refreshments will also be served in the form of witches brew and bat biscuits.

For more information, contact Nantwich Library on 01270 375361.


On Sunday, October 31, Crewe Lyceum Theatre will play host to ‘Ghostlight’.

The spooky evening will include a backstage theatre tour, a guided ghost walk in Crewe town centre and a haunting tale written and told by author, Sarah Rayne.

The event is a joint production between Crewe Library, Crewe Lyceum Theatre and Crewe and Nantwich Ghost Tours.

A special spooky theatre supper is also available.

Those of a sensitive disposition can choose which of the events they would like to participate in.

For more information, contact Crewe Lyceum Theatre on 01270 537 333.

Cheshire East Councillor Andrew Knowles, Cabinet member with responsibility for health and wellbeing, said:

“I would like to thank all the library staff and those at Crewe Lyceum Theatre for organising these events. They really have ensured there is something for everyone this Halloween. It all sounds like spooky stuff and certainly not for the faint-hearted.”

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