Young people can get into the spirit of Halloween with some fun events during the school holiday this week at Braehead.
A Witch’s Garden has been set up in Soar at intu Braehead with all sorts of spellbinding fun for children. They can play around a witch’s hut, a cauldron that can be used for making spells and spot black cats hiding in the garden.
Photo: five-year-old Ava Gordon, from Foxbar, in Paisley having fun in the Witch’s Garden in Soar at intu Braehead
Photo Credit: Martin Shields
There’s also some sorcery going on with arts and crafts, face painting and broomstick racing for youngsters.
The free Witch’s Garden event is on every day until Sunday, 21st October with a face painter there on Tuesday and Wednesday, 16th and 17th October and Saturday and Sunday, 20th and 21st October. And the broomstick races also take place this Saturday and Sunday.
A free Halloween Forest play area has been set up in the central atrium of the intu Braehead shopping centre, until Thursday, 18th October c. Youngsters can have a spooky adventure with giant mushrooms, pumpkins among the trees and a face painter on hand on Monday, October 15.
David Lyon, marketing manager for intu Braehead said: “There’s lots of fun for all the family in our Witch’s Garden and Halloween Forest.
“It’s a great way for everyone to get ready for Halloween. And since there is no charge for a ticket, you could say it’s a real free-ky Halloween event!”