PRLog - Oct. 13, 2011 - FRODHSAM, U.K. -- Visitors to Cheshire's Lady Heyes Crafts and Antiques Centre at Kingsley are already enjoying a fun Scarecrow Trail designed to entice witch, warlock and hobgoblin fans into nearby Frodsham between now and Halloween.
Nicole and scarecrows
Retailers on the site have worked tirelessly to create a series of spooky Halloween characters which mark out the trail to nearby Frodsham. And those who successfully negotiate the route stand to win one of a series of small prizes.
“Our Scarecrow Trail marks the start of a series of fun Autumn/Winter activities which will take place at Lady Heyes to keep our regulars suitably entertained in the run-up to Christmas,” said Marketing Manager Nicole Rattigan.
“Staff at the adjoining Lady Heyes Touring Caravan Park have also done their bit to design spooky characters for the Scarecrow Trail and we have had wonderful contributions from Frodsham Church of England Primary School,” she added.
The next event at Lady Heyes will be an Italian Market on Sunday October 23 followed by a Christmas Festival on Saturday November 26 when revellers can enjoy hot roasted chestnuts, mulled wine and carols from the nearby Kingsley Primary School choir.
Other attractions will include a fun fair, a Christmas Framers’ Market with 20 fabulous stalls and a hog roast. The new Lady Heyes Farm Shop and Deli will also be open in good time for the festive season.
“Thanks to the Lady Heyes Caravan Park and the new attractions we expecting a bumper Christmas and New Year,” said Nicole.
For further information click onto:www.ladyheyes.co.uk