Beacon Park events officer Stacey Coleman with the Halloween trail maps
Beacon Park events officer Stacey Coleman with the Halloween trail maps

Families are being invited to follow a spooky trail in Lichfield for some Halloween fun.

From spotting which pumpkin is the odd one out to solving a spell anagram for a vegetarian witch, the fun trail sees clues dotted around Beacon Park.

There are two sets of clues available, one for younger children aged three and up and the second for older children. 

Children who solve the puzzle will one entered into a prize draw to win tokens for Lichfield Kids’ World at the park which includes the bouncy castle, merry-go-round, bumper cars and trampoline. Two runners up will win a round of crazy golf for two.

Cllr Iain Eadie, Lichfield District Council’s cabinet member responsible for parks, said:

“We know how much people enjoy our Visit Lichfield ghost tours around the city and we hope our Halloween-themed trail for children of all ages is just as popular.

“Beacon Park is a fantastic place to visit in the autumn with changing of the season. Being able to give the kids a problem solving challenge and the chance to win a prize is something we’re delighted to offer over the next few weeks and half term.”

Cllr Iain Eadie, Lichfield District Council

The Halloween puzzle trail will be available to buy from Beacon Park’s Ranger Station between 10am and 4pm from 16th October to 7th November. It costs £1 per trail.

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