Friends of Stonehouse Park FRIGHT NIGHT

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Date:

Saturday 29 October 2016 7:00pm until 10:00 pm

Price:
Free

Get tickets from:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/fosp-halloween-fright-night-tickets-28018954447


Event's Address:

St NInians Church Hall,Vicars Rd, Stonehouse, ML9 3EB

Join Friends of Stonehouse Park for our main event- THE FRIGHT NIGHT!

KIDS OVER 7 or ADULTS are welcome to join us at our second annual fright night! 

Be prepared you will be scared and you will be walking over rough terrain. 

St Ninians Church Hall will serve as a holding area for the event, the decor, music and party games from the afternoon party will remain, so if an adult wishes to remain in the hall with younger children this is possible, while older siblings and a parent complete the walk. Parents will remain repsonsible for their children at all times.

Once you have arrived at ST Ninians you or your group will be allocated leaving time from the church hall. We plan to have groups of 10 leaving the hall at 5 minute intervals. 

THE ROUTE: You will walk down Manse Road and into the walled cemetery with the Cenotaph, you will then double back past the chicken farm and into the 'Auld Kirkyard', spooky & historical stories will be told along the way.

We then ask for your upmost respect as you pass around the Glebe Cemetery to the top of the Furries. There will be no spooks or scares during this part of the evening. 

The frights will then come thick and fast as you make your way down through the furries and back up to Manse Rd via the West Gate. 

The committee then welcomes you back to the Church Hall to tell tales of your frights and frolics or will see you later at The Back Rd! 

The event is funded by Forestry Commission Scotland.

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