ANIMALS at Puxton Park tourist attraction are getting ready for Halloween and are enjoying hand carved pumpkin bowls packed full of tasty treats.
From their newest baby meerkat arrivals, to pigs, piglets, donkeys and rabbits, Puxton says all the animals appear to be enjoying the treats, rather than the usual tricks of Halloween.
Puxton’s Alistair Mead said: “We are planning some sinister scenes here at Puxton to ensure everyone enjoys a frightful time.
“But with our Halloween celebrations just around the corner, our animals are feeling a little left out, therefore we are providing them all with pumpkins packed full of tasty treats.”
Whilst the animals tuck into tasty treats, Puxton Park, outside Weston-super-Mare, has a few tricks up its sleeve and is planning spine-tingling ghoulish fun during its Fright Week, running from October 22- November 1.
Visit the Witches Coven and be greeted by the Puxton Witch for free treats, ride the ghost train & spooky trailer, escape the Skeleton Maze, and for those brave enough visit Dracula’s Bat Cave for Spooky Story Time.
Children can also enjoy spooky Face Painting, meet the Spooky Owls, follow the Halloween and Scarecrow Trail, or attend one of five ghouls balls from October 27 -31, from 6-8pm.
Visitors are encouraged to wear fancy dress to the discos and prizes will be awarded for the best costumes.
Tickets for the Halloween discos are priced £5 and are available from Puxton’s main reception.