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Decorate a Halloween pumpkin candle holder

Embrace the darker evenings by decorating your own ceramic pumpkin tea-light holder, to add a spooky glow to your home.

  • Booking not needed
  • Free event (admission applies)

Embrace the darker evenings by decorating your own ceramic pumpkin tea-light holder, to add a spooky glow to your home. Children or adults are welcome to join in, using paints, paint stamps, or ink stamps. Hand washing facilities will be available nearby to help you clean up afterwards. Please don’t wear precious or valuable clothing – just in case! Normal admission prices apply, and £3.50 per candle holder.

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Prices

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This event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue.

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The basics

Suitability

This event is aimed at families.

Meeting point

Start your day at Visitor Reception, where you can pay for your Pumpkin Candle Holder.

What to bring and wear

Please dress for the weather. This event will take place under cover of a gazebo.

Accessibility

This is accessible over uneven ground surfaces and slopes. Please contact us on canonsashby@nationaltrust.org.uk if you want to discuss your access needs.

Other

Normal admission prices apply, and £3.50 per pumpkin candle holder.

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