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Hallowe’en event is buckets of family fun

19 October 2016 - Latest news

There’s no tricks, just treats at a local landlord’s free Hallowe’en event this month. kimberleybatey

Dale & Valley Homes is inviting families to a choice of ghoulish get-togethers on Thursday, 27 October at Mickle Grove Community Training Hub in Leeholme and Stanley Way Community Hub in Crook.

Activities include making and decorating treat buckets for children’s Hallowe’en wares; and baking terrifyingly tasty goodies that all the family can enjoy.

Kimberley Batey, Dale & Valley Homes’ Community Training Project Coordinator, said: “Whether it’s witches and wizards, or ghouls and goblins, there’s something for all the family at our free events, which are a great way to come together as a local community.”

For more information and to reserve a place call Kimberley on 0746 940 2619 or email k.batey@daleandvalleyhomes.co.uk

Help to attend the sessions, which are being supported by Bishop Auckland College, can be arranged.

More information about other free training events can be found on Dale & Valley Homes’ events calendar.

Photo: Kimberley Batey, Dale & Valley Homes’ Community Training Project Coordinator.

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