A frightful week of Half term fun at Cobbs

half term fun

This half term Cobbs Farm Shop and Play Barn are offering a little bit extra with non-stop entertainment for all the family. The Cobbs team have a bumper-packed week of crafty events to keep your little people out of mischief, whilst taking home some truly ghastly, ghoulie goodies to show to all their friends. Then once their safely tucked in bed, venture out to Cobbs outdoor cinema for a night of frightful entertainment, if you dare!

Spooktacular Pumpkin carving event

The week of Monday 22nd – Sunday 28th of October sees the return of Cobbs annual pumpkin carving event: save the mess at home and bring your child along to a morning or afternoon of traditional Halloween fun as they pick half term funtheir own home-grown pumpkin and fashion it into a gruesome ghoul! The event costs just £3.50 per child. There’s no need to book ahead, just turn up on the day and includes all the tools you need to create your own masterpiece and free squash stations for the thirsty work! Find out more here.

Halloween in the Play Barn

All kids love to bake but how about making some Spooooooky Halloween muffins! In this one-off event on Wednesday 24th of October you can watch them spend the afternoon mixing, sifting and creating baking masterpieces before burning off all that extra energy in Cobbs fantastical play space whilst they wait! Find out more here.

Paint a pumpkin

On Friday 26th October unleash their inner artist in Cobbs party room with pumpkin half term funpainting. Cobbs provide all the pumpkins and paints necessary for you to create a spooky pumpkin monster ready for Halloween. After painting your pumpkins, instead of watching paint dry, head to their Play Barn and burn off all that extra energy in their bespoke wooden play frame! Find out more here.

Halloween Open Air Cinema

Phew, finally something for the adults! Wrap up warm, bring a picnic and prepare your nerves for Cobbs Open Air Cinema screening of Silence of the Lambs. On Saturday 27th of October Cobbs will open up its outdoor cinema with beverages available to purchase throughout the evening as well as a range of snacks, ice-cream, popcorn and hot food options. Picnic blankets will be available to hire on a first come first serve basis. Hurry, previous events have sold out fast. Book your tickets here.

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