‘FRIGHTWATER’ VALLEY

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26 October 2019 - 31 October 2019

Lightwater Valley is set to be transformed into ‘Frightwater Valley’ as part of its spooky Halloween celebrations (October 26th-31st).

The North Yorkshire theme park will be hosting a series of spooktacular events and activities designed to appeal to visitors of all ages.

From family-friendly scares to truly terrifying encounters there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

For younger visitors there will be Spooky Character Meet and Greets, Scary Magic Shows and Trick or Treat Doors.

Visitors can also join in the frightful fun as part of the Halloween Fancy Dress Competition which will be taking place on the Lightwater stage between 3pm-3.30pm each day.

There is also the chance to enjoy some grown-up thrills and chills inside the Live Scare Maze!

The maze is definitely not for the faint-hearted and are not suitable for children under the age of 12 due to the extreme nature of the scares.

The scares culminate with the Frightwater Finale lakeside fireworks spectacular (6pm Saturday, 5.30pm Sunday-Wednesday).

With over 35 rides and attractions for thrill seekers of all ages, Lightwater Valley Theme Park is one of the UK’s most popular theme parks.

Among its signature rides is the 1.5 mile long Ultimate rollercoaster – the longest coaster ride in Europe – and the Eagle’s Claw aerial ride.

Venue
Lightwater Valley Theme Park
North Stainley
Ripon
North Yorkshire
HG4 3HT
Tel: 01765 635321

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