It's finally spooky season - but what are the best ways to enjoy the festivities this year?
We have compiled a list of Best Halloween Activities to enjoy for the kids and for the adults.
Is it really Autumn if you haven't gone pumpkin picking?
Pick your own pumpkin at your local Pumpkin Farm! This is an activity that can be enjoyed with the whole family, your group of friends, as a couple or even solo - whatever tickles your fancy.
Some Pumpkin Farms have lots of activities for the kids, including carriage rides, bouncy castles, face painting and much more!
You can also enjoy the on-site Farm Shop and browse through their Autumn / Halloween gift selections.
Pumpkin Farms enable the perfect photo opp - so make sure you're getting plenty of photos whilst you're visiting!
Grab an old sheet, either cut two holes for eyes or grab a pair of sunglasses and voila - you have the perfect DIY ghost costume.
But don't stop there. Grab your best mate and have a Ghost Photoshoot together because ... why not?
Another Halloween activity to be enjoyed with family and friends!
Make a list of your favourite Scary Movies, pop each one into a hat and draw out one film every night.
With Spooky Season well underway, it would only be appropriate to celebrate the festivities with a Halloween Party!
Invite your nearest and dearest and let the good times roll.
Read our How To Throw The Ultimate Halloween Party Blog!
Nothing says Halloween like getting creative with a Pumpkin. Whether you're painting or carving your pumpkin, there's various creative ways to decorate them!
Not sure how to carve a pumpkin? Simply:
Create some homemade spooky treats this Halloween!
The Skinny Food Co have lots of Halloween Recipes to enjoy, not only are they delicious but they are also low sugar and super simple to make at home.
You can find all our Halloween Recipes here.
A perfect Halloween activity for the kids to enjoy! Halloween Paper Lanterns are super easy to make at home.
Fold your sheet of orange paper in half lengthways.
With the fold edge facing you, cut 1cm slits all along the length of the folded piece of paper (do not cut right to the edge, make slits sit about 4cm from each edge).
Open the piece of paper out.
Roll it into a lantern shape and secure each short edge together with a stapler to form a cylinder.
Use your scraps of black paper to glue eyes, a nose and a mouth to your lantern.