AD | Collaborative post Halloween is just around the corner and it’s a great time to get stuck into some spooky fiction, no matter how old you are. Books2Door have some great boxsets available. Read on to find out more!
AD | Collaborative post Are you ready for the spine-tingling excitement of Halloween? Would you like to throw a party that will haunt your guests’ memories for years to come? Preparing for a Halloween party requires creativity, spookiness and a dash of organisation. Whether you’ve hosted Halloween parties before or you’re planning your first-ever frightful fiesta, we’ve got some tips to help you create a memorable and chilling experience for all. In this article, we’ll delve into every aspect of hosting such a gathering so that you can capture the essence of this eerie holiday.
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Halloween is the perfect time to throw a party. Keep reading to discover 13 spooky ideas for Halloween parties.
Organising a Halloween party for your child is a great way to insure their safety. Halloween falls on a Monday this year. Because it falls on a school night many parents across the country will choose to have organised activities to insure their little ones will be in bed on time so that they can get up early school the next day.
I used to be pretty brave, and I used to be really proud of the fact that not a lot would scare me. I could watch unlimited horror films without being scared. I’m not sure what happened somewhere between being 20 and 34 but that has all changed. I get scared loads now. While we will probably be watching some family friendly films with Erin, I want to watch something that’s a little bit scarier when she’s gone to bed. Here are some ideas for scary films and TV shows that you might like to
Halloween is just a few weeks away now and it’s really one of the first years that Erin has asked a bit more about it. In previous years Erin hasn’t been bothered at all and she also really didn’t like to watch films. This year though Erin has really found a love for cuddling up on the couch with a film so we want to introduce to some that are Halloween themed. As she is still only 3 (closer to 4) we have been looking for family friendly films that won’t be too scary for