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Spooky or what Halloween Bash 2017
« on: October 13, 2017, 03:44:56 PM »
Dear All,
Stirchley Neighbourhood Forum & Friends Of Stirchley Park are organising our 2nd Halloween Bash in Stirchley Park (rear of Central Midlands co-op and Farm Foods on Sunday 29th October 2017.
so come along and be scared.
we have pumpkins to carve ( first 50 free) only one per family so bring your own to be sure we will have a prize for the best childrens entry also a prize for the best dressed scariest outfit, there will be apple bobbing Blood soup and a bucket of slime.
so, come along between 3pm and 5:30pm for free family fun.
See you there, if you dare.

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Re: Spooky or what Halloween Bash 2017
« Reply #1 on: October 24, 2017, 10:33:06 AM »
How Scary is this, just five days to go before we haunt Stirchley Park in the dark, come along and carve a pumpkin (one per family free for the first 50 families) have a go at apple bobbing or discover what's in the bucket of slime, or how about a cup of blood soup?
Help the Stirchley witch look for her missing knickers and defeat the evil count Blackula meet Loretta Salt. take part in the Pumpkin Carving competition or the best dressed scariest little person.
tell your friends and neighbours or dare to come alone hee hee.

Sunday 29th October
3pm till 5pm
Stirchley Park in the dark

bought to you by: Stirchley Neighbourhood Forum & the friends of Stirchley Park.
All free of charge but a donation would be welcome
A big thank you to the Central England co-op for donating the Pumpkins (stirchley co-op)
Pete

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Re: Spooky or what Halloween Bash 2017
« Reply #2 on: October 24, 2017, 10:39:42 AM »
Dear all,
we would welcome anyone who would like to help on the 29th October (Sunday) with getting Stirchley Park ready to receive our guests.
We will be in the park from 11am until around 6pm so if anyone wants to come and lend a hand ?
Whats involved.
Basicly fetching and carrying, putting up a gazebo dressing the park and supervising the children etc.
All welcome.
Pete

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Re: Spooky or what Halloween Bash 2017
« Reply #3 on: October 28, 2017, 11:38:18 AM »
Fangtastic,
Just over 24 hours to go
It's all coming together for Sunday 29th in Stirchley Park (rear of the co-op and Farmfoods)
come and join us for the Pumpkin carving (50 free pumpkins one per family for the first 50) have a go at apple bobbin and the bucket of slime, help the Stirchley witch fine her lost knickers meet mrs fernacapants, count Blackula and Loretta Salt.
All this is free
so come along between 3pm to 5pm come to the park in the dark (if you dare)

The scariest bit is: if you don't come, I will be eating Pumpkin soup for the next ten years
Pete

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Re: Spooky or what Halloween Bash 2017
« Reply #4 on: October 29, 2017, 06:36:52 AM »
Morning All,
Remember to turn your clocks back? an extra hour in bed? not likely, instead of getting up at 4 am I got up at 3 am instead, so if you see a very realistic zombie in the park, well that will be me then.
It stopped raining at 4 am so its all systems go then, come and join us i Stirchley park at 3 pm..
Come along and meet the Stirchley Witch Mr's fannakapants, count Blackula and Loretta Salt and join them on the search for the Witch's knickers.
Join in the pumpkin carving competition and the scariest costume competition (prizes for children) we have 50 pumpkins to give away (one per family) (thank you Stirchley Co-op) or bring your own pumpkin, try the Apple bobbin or the bucket of slime. (Kid's we have a glut of sweets can you help us use them up?
And don't forget, the bash is free, so come and join us in the park in the dark, (if you dare)

This Bash is bought to you by: Stirchley Neighbourhood Forum and the Friends Of Stirchley Park

See you latter.
Pete