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22 Oct 2020

Halloween Scavenger Hunt

This Halloween and school half-term, Sherford Residents' Association will be hosting a trick or treat event for Sherford families. Mindful of the current restrictions, and wanting families to stay safe, this will be a little different to the norm... this is a spooktacular scavenger hunt!

Free to take part, dress up in your cunning costumes and freaky finery, and take to the streets of Sherford to hunt for 20 Halloween pictures hidden in windows.

This is the scavenger hunt list to keep your eyes peeled for:

  • Fake spiders web
  • Ghosts
  • Black cat
  • Witch's hat
  • Trick or Treat sign
  • Fake bat
  • Scary pumpkin
  • Witch
  • Owl
  • Mummy
  • Orange lights
  • Scary mask
  • Spider
  • Masked pumpkin
  • Spooky signs
  • Vampire
  • Frankenstein
  • Werewolf
  • Rainbow pumpkin
  • Halloween bunting

Once you have found all 20 items, email the number of children that took part, and your Sherford address to  sherfordresidentsassociation@gmail.com and trick or treat bags will be delivered to your door.

The event will run from 25th October through to 1st November. A big thanks to the Residents' Association for such a fun event. Happy hunting, happy haunting, and happy Halloween! 

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