This October, we’re turning Sefton Park spooky with our Halloween-themed 2-mile fundraising walk. After many months stuck inside, it’s time to start celebrating and what better way than is to treat your young ones to a fangtastic day out? We’ll be keeping your little monsters entertained with lots of games, giveaways and street performances all along the route.
Join us on Saturday 23rd October from 11am – 5pm for a ghoulish day of fun!
What to expect…
Spooky Welly Walk is the perfect Halloween event for your little monsters, who will enjoy a wide variety of tricks and treats throughout the park. We’ll have plenty of spooky stations for your little one to visit on their walk. Below is just a taster of what you can look forward to but we have plenty of spooky surprises on the day!
All you have to do is pick your time slot, don your best Halloween fancy dress (don’t forget your wellies!) and turn up on the day. Once you make it to the finish, don’t forget to pick up your little one’s medal at the end.
Don’t forget to follow our event page HERE to keep up to date with our plans, exhibitors and sneak peeks!
Spooky Welly Walk is a fundraising walk. We hope to introduce your little creatures to the wonderful world of fundraising for a good cause. Although every child will receive a medal for completing the walk, those who fundraise will be treated as Roy Castle Royalty!
We’re asking each child who takes part to try and raise at least £50. If they do, they will receive a bespoke glow-in-the-dark Spooky Welly Walk keyring, our welly walk activity pack and a chocolate treat from Hotel Chocolat. These can be collected on the day and given as a reward for all their hard work and support.
You can set up your child’s welly walk page here.
Having fun and raising money
Raise £50 or more and you will receive a exclusive keyring, delicious chocolate treats and a ‘spook-tacular’ fun activity book.Get started
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