Spooky goings on by the banks of the River Spey

The Scottish Dolphin Centre at Spey Bay is to host a ‘spooktacular’ Halloween weekend this Saturday and Sunday.

The ghostly goings-on will take place on the evening of 25th in the Centre’s Icehouse, the largest of its kind left in the UK and formerly used to by salmon fishermen to store ice back in the 1800’s.

Considered the perfect venue for a spooky ghosts and ghoul’s party the event will include broomstick making, haunting games and a range of creepy crafts.

Families are invited to come along in fancy dress, and join in the devilish dancing competition, with prizes on the night for the best dancer, scariest face and best costume.

For those who can’t make it to the party in the evening, there will still be second opportunity to join in the Halloween fun during the day on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th from 10.30 and 4.30.

During WDC’s trick or treat weekend, kids will have the opportunity to make their own lantern, to create their own Halloween monster and try the spooky café menu designed by Dracula himself.

Budding witches and wizards, who are encouraged to come in fancy dress, are also invited to complete the trick or treat trail to help protect Spey Bay from evil spirits.

The ghosts and ghouls party will take place on the Saturday 25th October, from 6pm-7.30pm, and is aimed at children between the ages 4-11.

Entry to the Icehouse is just £2 per child and all children must be accompanied by an adult.

Warm clothing is advisable but heart-warming pumpkin soup will be on offer. Booking is essential on 01343 820339.

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