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Halloween extravaganza is being played out in the Abbey Gardens alongside a Ghostly and Macabre tour of Bury St Edmunds'West Suffolk College students Ryan Adams, 17, and Anna Payne, 16 get in the mood for ghostly goings on,
Halloween extravaganza is being played out in the Abbey Gardens alongside a Ghostly and Macabre tour of Bury St Edmunds'West Suffolk College students Ryan Adams, 17, and Anna Payne, 16 get in the mood for ghostly goings on,

The Abbey Gardens in Bury St Edmunds will be the spooky setting for a Halloween extravaganza as students from West Suffolk College put on some whacky encounters.

Using a series of Trick or Treat doors 12 students will perform double acts of interactive ccomedy sketches they have devised.

Groups of 20 guests will be guided through the gardens on October 31 as the Level 2 Performance Art students provide encounters with a difference.

Skeletons, zombies and even the grim reaper will be making an apearance.

Look out for the skeleton fashion show, Zombeyonce, Deadmot O’Leary and model Heidi Glum.

The Ghostly Gardens Trick or Treat Tour costs £4.50 per person or £18 for a group of five.

Between 4pm and 9pm there will also be fun and games including a Halloween Fancy Dress contest, pumpkin carving, crafts activitiesand fun fair rides. This costs £2.

The Bury St Edmunds Town Guides will also be putting on their Ghostly and Macabre Tour of the town starting from the Abbey Gate at 7.30pm, costing £5 per person. This is suitable for ages 10 upwards.

On Wednesday from 10am to 3pm the town’s market will be hosting Halloween themed activities with a spooky puppet show, treasure hunt and apple bobbing.



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