Pumpkin pandemonium at Wimpole Estate
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To get them in the spirit for Halloween this weekend, guests at Wimpole Estate carved up a (trick-or)treat at Home Farm.
Children got the opportunity to design their own pumpkins, with some pretty spooktacular results.
Visitor experience officer Tim Casey said: “After last year, we thought our pumpkin carving would be popular, but this weekend we had more than one hundred pumpkins carved by families.
“It was a real half-term Halloween hit.
“The sunshine on Sunday particularly brought the visitors out, with lots of families enjoying a walk in the park and woodlands. The colour on the leaves on the trees is gorgeous this year.”
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If you’re interested in designing your own pumpkin at Wimpole, the workshops will be running until Sunday.
You don’t need to book in advance, you can just turn up and have a go.
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Normal farm admission applies plus a minimum £2 charge for the pumpkin – prices vary depending on the size.