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Monday, 21 September 2015

Lightwater Valley Ticket Offer and Competition

Back in 2013 we had such a fantastic time at Frightwater Valley with the family so we are delighted to bring you an extra special ticket offer this Autumn.


Frightwater Valley 30th October - 1st November


Frightwater Valley really is such a fantastic day out for the whole family from toddlers to teens (and grown ups). The whole park is transformed with Trick or Treat doors, a Monster Puppet Show, Lightwater Express, Cabin in the Woods, Eagles Creep Farm, Frightwater Finale and all of the usual 40+ attractions. I love all of the attention to detail with spooky signs, real life actors walking around the park and even some of the rides having a special pumpkin or halloween makeover. We like to get into the spirit of things and visit in fancy dress. If you are looking for a fun, family friendly day out this Autumn, I would highly recommend a trip to Frightwater Valley.


Fantastic Fireworks 24th & 25th October


Lightwater Valley's annual event is back by popular demand this year. The theme park is open as usual and will end with a 10 minute firework spectacular as the park closes at no additional cost.


Ticket Offer

We are offering our readers the chance to visit Lightwater Valley for only £14 per person this Autumn. Simply enter NEFF14 at check out when you book tickets online. Offer is valid for up to 10 people to book at once.

NEFF14 is valid throughout the rest of the season (until 1st Nov) including October Half Term, Fireworks and Frightwater events.

Remember, under 2's and senior citizen's are FREE, children under 1m who would like to ride are only £5.


Competition

We are giving you the chance to win a family ticket for a family of 5 to use at Lightwater Valley at any one of their regular days/special events (including Frightwater Valley) before the end of the season on 1st November 2015. Enter using the rafflecopter below. Good luck!

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52 comments

  1. My little boys going to be Dracula & I'm still deciding whether to dress up or not lol x

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  2. You've definitely got to dress up Rebecca and the crazier or scarier the better ;-)

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  3. I do something very subtle, last year I turned my hair into a spider

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  4. Will dress up as Little red riding hood and Husband the big bad wolf! :D Rachel

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  5. I don't usually do halloween...never really did as a child so I suppose I never got in the habit!

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  6. The corpse bride :)

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  7. I dress up as a witch with a green face

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  8. A witch without a doubt - won't have to do much lol

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  9. still unsure yet, last year I was Cat In The Hat :)

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  10. I didn't decide yet, last year I was a witch. I think I'm going to rent a costume :D

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  11. My sons are dressing up as skeletons! X

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  12. I want to dress up as Shaggy from Scooby Doo

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  13. snow white but thinking of doing something diff

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  14. I don't need to dress up according to my family

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  15. I'll leave it to the kids! Too scary for me!

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  16. Last year my daughter and I dressed up as evil clowns. This year we're thinking of grotbag type witches :-)

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  17. I've not dressed up since I was a kid, but if I did it would be as a witch,

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  18. Pam Francis Gregory2 October 2015 at 08:32

    I won't but the kids will be!

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  19. we are going hallowean party so im going to be dressed up as carrie

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  20. I think I'll be a banshee and scream at kids for a change...

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  21. keeping it traditional with a wicked witch

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  22. My 3 year old wants a pumpkin outfit :-) I might stick to a witch or a cat :-)

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  23. I can't but the kids have already picked thier My youngest son (4) wants to be a spider, my oldest son (7) wants to be a pumpkin and my daughter (7) wants to be a witch.

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  24. we will go as the adams family very similar to us normaly

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  25. i wont be dressing up myself and both my children are undecided yet

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  26. Professor Snape

    A.E. ADKINS

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  27. My little one is desperate to be a pumpkin??!! Think i'll just stick to being a scary witch

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  28. My children are cats and spiders. I don't think I'll dress up! I generally look horrifying anyway.

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  29. I'll be dressing up as Snow White!

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  30. We are all dressing up as pumpkins this year x

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  31. We will be abroad so whatever I dress in will be skimpy! (Scarily skimpy with my lumps and bumps!!)

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  32. My daughter will be dressed as a Scary pumpkin, my son as a werewolf and I shall be going as a MUMMY :D x Love Halloween my favourite event of the year x

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  33. My son gets more complicated every year. This year it's Anubis, Egyptian god of the underworld. He's 8, I can't imagine what he'll come up with next year. I, myself am putting a pumpkin headband on and putting the 2 year old in his dinosaur onesie.

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  34. A witch - it really doesn't take too much effort really , I'm already halfway there!

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I always love reading your thoughts and comments - Sam x

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