West Yorkshire Police is urging the public to stay safe this Halloween amid the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. This year, many Halloween traditions such as trick or treating are to be avoided due to restrictions that are currently in place across all of the county of West Yorkshire. Following on from
West Yorkshire Police is asking the public to make sure Hallowe’en is a treat for all as they gear up for one of their busiest nights of the year. Officers are asking those out enjoying Hallowe’en this year to make sure they celebrate safely, being mindful of others who may
St Joseph’s Club in Hunslet are holding an all-age Halloween party on Wednesday 31 October, between 7pm-11pm. The party is open to all, but is specifically planned as a destination for local families after they have been out trick or treating. The evening will feature music, games, prizes, and much more.
Those celebrating Hallowe’en over the coming week are being urged to stay safe and consider the wellbeing of others who may be vulnerable and wish to avoid trick or treaters. Neighbourhood Policing Teams will provide additional patrols during this period and special constables will work with police officers and police
White Rose Shopping Centre is hosting a weekend of frightful fun this Halloween season, with family events taking place this coming weekend 27 and 28 October 2018. Visitors are invited to take part in free activities including: Craft pumpkin-decorating Make-your-own trick-or-treat bags A spooky selfie station Pumpkin patch story time
Do you know the story that the ghost of a small boy haunts Marshall’s Mill? Find out about him and other spooky goings on with professional ghost hunters on a tour around the eeriest parts of The Round Foundry estate. Matthew Murray’s Round Foundry and John Marshall’s mills date back
The White Rose Shopping Centre is hosting a Halloween celebration this Saturday (28 October 2017) 10am – 5pm, inspired by festive traditions from around the world. Visitors are invited to be transformed into a Halloween character with facepaint and colourful floral headdresses, and to snap their own photographs against a
The HUB on Bath Road, home to Holbeck’s own Slung Low Theatre, is the place to see two spooktacular shows over the Halloween period. Sing-along-a-Wicker-Man | Friday 27 October 7:30pm Hosted by David Bramwell and singer Eliza Skelton, Sing-along-a-Wicker-Man is a unique night of entertainment for Wicker Man enthusiasts, featuring
Arrived a little bit late from the BITMO GATE Walk, after walking along the Canal near Thwaite Mills. To be greeted by the three witches of Eastwick, for the sheltered housing mischief afternoon. The afternoon was run by Joanne Earnshaw and her sheltered housing team on Wednesday 4 November 2015.
Slung Low, Holbeck’s own theatre presents two spooky shows this week to celebrate Halloween. On Sunday 1 November at 5pm they present ‘Gated Community’, a puppet show by Handheld Arts. “Where one house once stood, there now stands eight. A whole new neighbourhood, secured behind a gate.” An idyllic dream