There are lots of spooky ‘goings on’ around Lough Neagh & Its Waterways this Halloween!
Are you brave enough?
Lough Neagh has lots a fantastic myths and legends that provide great character to this beautiful landscape. Among these are some creepy and compelling tales of ghosts and hauntings that stretch back hundreds of years. Here are 5 of the most haunted places around Lough Neagh and the stories behind them. Read more if you dare: 5 Spooky sites around Lough Neagh & Its Waterways
Enjoy de-frightful fun at Junction One, in partnership with Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council, on Thursday 27th October from 6pm!
- Spooky Haunted Jungle Playground
- Halloween Grotto
- Ghost train
- Q Radio Roadshow with Sonya Mac
- Paw patrol characters plus Mickey and Minnie in Halloween Costumes
- Spooktacular firework finale at 8pm
Kinnego Marina Swamp Trail
Date: Friday 28th October 2016
Time: 7:00pm – 10:00pm
Venue: Kinnego Marina
Price: £5 Per Person
Date: Saturday 29th October 2016, 2pm – 5pm
Venue: Meadowbank Sports Arena
Price: Free entry
The ever popular children’s event will be bustling with all things spooky to help keep your little monsters entertained. Get ready to enjoy a family performance by Babcock & Bobbins, burn off some wicked energy on the inflatables, participate in Halloween themed arts and crafts, take part in a fancy dress competition, take delight in the puppet shows, face-painting and lots, lots more.Website: Meadowbank Sports Arena