Ideas for a lockdown Halloween

This Halloween might not be a normal one for lots of people, but there’s still plenty of ghoulish fun to be had at home.

PumpkinHere are a few ideas to get you started:

Theme the room

No matter what your circumstances, some simple props can make a scarily big difference!

Halloween hunt

Get some small props and hide them around the house and see how many your family can find.

Pumpkin carving

Always a favourite at this time of year! Organise a friendly competition between friends or colleagues or maybe pick a theme and challenge those creative spirits!

Have a Halloween movie night in

Swap a night out Trick or Treating with a scary movie instead. The main streaming channels are packed with Halloween films at this time of year catering for the young and slightly older! Add your own Halloween treats for a fright-night to remember.

Stage a glow-stick disco

A pack of thin glowsticks can be turned into bracelets, necklaces, glasses, bunny ears and more. Turn off the lights, turn up the dial and jump around to some Halloween themed tunes for a banging night of dancing.

Whatever you decide to do to celebrate, have some fun, creep it real and stay safe!

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