CAN you solve a murder mystery in Congresbury?

Cadbury House is calling all super sleuths in the South West to find Katie Crewe's murderer later this month.

Wannabe Hercule Poirots can take part in a night of mystery in Congresbury.

The night's epoch will be the 1960s, a time when the Beatles ruled the music world and England won the football world cup.

At the same time Crewe’s Carnival rides was the most successful travelling funfair in the South of England.

Natasha Abraham, of Cadbury House, said: “We’ve held many murder mystery nights here in the old house for many years and they are really popular.

"It provides the perfect backdrop and there are plenty of rooms, stairs, nooks and crannies where the killer can get up to their dastardly deed without being noticed.

“Those who come along will be in for a fantastic night of detective work, while enjoying the ambience and atmosphere of the gothic house."

The night will take place on October 28 and tickets are priced at £39.00 which includes a three-course dinner with coffee and disco until 1am.

To reserve a place, call 01934 834343 or email

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