A TOP visitor attraction is preparing for a busy half term week to celebrate Halloween.

Sharnfold Farm, situated on Hailsham Road at Stone Cross, launched its month of fun activities on Saturday (October 3).

Attractions include a spooky Halloween trail which will run every day of October. No booking is required for this.

You can venture through the spooky woodland walk, answering questions and following clues as you go.

There is also Pumpkin Carving available every week of the month, and also every day of the October half-term. Booking is essential because this is so popular.

You can choose to book a table of four or a table for two.

It’s always one of the busiest times of the year and staff hope it will be the same in 2020 despite the ongoing restrictions.

Donna Bull from Sharnfold said: “Halloween is a very special time of the year for our visitors and we are determined that it will be as good as ever this year.

“We are fully Covid 19 compliant and we are delighted that we can go ahead with our Halloween celebrations.

“We are grateful to all our customers who support us and, as you can appreciate, things will be a little different this year.

“We have worked so hard to make sure our event is Covid safe.”

The Halloween trail takes you on a journey around the farm. You will be given an activities sheet to fill in and once the trail is complete head back to the farm and receive your prize.

Pumpkin carving will take place in the Sussex Barn where there will be strict social distancing measures in place.

You will be provided with all the tools you need for the carving as well as sorting out the tidying up afterwards.

Full prices are available on the Sharnfold Farm website at https://www.sharnfoldfarm.co.uk/