Clevedon school prepares pumpkin packs for trailblazers
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A Clevedon school has this year introduced a new pumpkin trail as a safer option to traditional trick or treating for children to enjoy.
The Friends of St Nicholas’ Chantry School PTA is providing pumpkin packs to families, which include a map of three different trails around the town.
Children must spot pumpkin pictures put-up in-house windows and take note of different letters, which form a spooky phrase when put together.
Friends of St Nick’s Fundraising Lead, Claudia Trudgett, said: “It is a new idea as people are wary of traditional trick-or-treating due to coronavirus.”
Pumpkin Packs are £3 per child, which includes a map for three trails.
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The event will run from October 29 to November 1, which is also open to children outside St Nicholas’ Chantry.
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To register, log on to pta-events.co.uk/friendsofstnicks/ before 11.59pm October 27.