The Plymouth City Centre Company, in partnership with a host of local businesses, have organised a week of FREE fun activities for everyone to enjoy during October half term.
Starting on Saturday 21 st October, you can follow the HALLOWEEN TRAIL to be in with a chance to win one of three £50 Smyths Vouchers. Use the map to locate 15 spooky HALLOWEEN characters hidden in city centre shop windows. Once you’ve found them all, scan the QR code and complete the online form to enter. You can pick up a trail map at Central Library or download at https://www.visitplymouth.co.uk/halloweentrail. Trail finishes on Monday 30th October.
In partnership with the Barbican Theatre, drop in to one of the Halloween Craft Workshops and have a go at making witches hats, pumpkin decorations and Halloween crowns. All workshops are FREE to attend and booking not required. Just drop in and get creative!
Workshop sessions run 10am-2pm at following locations –
24 th October – Las Iguanas, The Barcode
25 th October – Central Library, Armada Way
26 th October – Baby’roo, Armada Way
Full details at Free Halloween Craft Workshops – Visit Plymouth
On Saturday 28 th October, put on your favourite costume and join Plymouth Market for their Spook-tacular Halloween Party. Come along between 11am- 3pm. There’s loads of fun activity to get involved in including face painting, trick or treating, games and music. Full details at Join us for a spook-tacular day | Plymouth Market
Join Toby Gorniak MBE on Saturday 28 th October, Place de Brest for his Halloween themed “Come Dance With Me” dance workshop. Starting at 1pm Toby will be ready to dance with you or jam to the music alongside you. This unique experience is a celebration of the power of dance and the joy it brings to all who join in. Everyone welcome no matter your age, background, or dance experience, this event is your opportunity to be part of something outstanding.
Toby will also be performing every Saturday in October in the city centre. Full details of locations and times here ‘Come dance with me’ with Toby G MBE – Visit Plymouth
Steve Hughes, chief executive of the Plymouth City Centre Company, said: “We are fully aware some of our businesses have had a challenging few months so it is hugely important for us to do whatever we can to attract more visitors and customers.
“With Armada Way now cleared and opened up again, we hope visitors and shoppers will return in numbers to support our businesses. This great programme of free events should help.”