LYME SLIME HALLOWEEN FESTIVAL
Date: Saturday 29th October 2016
Venue: Jubilee Pavilions, Lyme Regis
As featured in the Daily Telelgraph & Radio 2
Be very afraid…Lyme Regis gets taken over by witches, ghosts and zombies when the ‘Lyme Slime Halloween Festival’ descends on the town at the end of October. The Spooky-extravaganza incorporates a week of spooky happenings around the town, culminating in the 2km fiendishly fun run along the seafront for the whole family accompanied by Halloween themed games and challenges.
“Big thank you to all the people involved in the Lyme Slime. Our kids had an amazing time. We hope you continue with it and it will get bigger and bigger.” Aletha Mcloughlin, Dottie Kitchen, Lyme Regis
“My 8yr old son enjoyed the dressing up and the table of slime – it was fun to do an event like that on our half term holiday together.” Hannah Miller, Midhurst, West Sussex
“Thought it was great fun and thanks to everyone involved.” Katie Poulton, Yeovil
Run, walk or fly on your broomstick….
Just for fun or those of you who need to be scared to run fast! Wear your favourite Halloween fancy dress or paint your face ghoulishly and enjoy the spooky 2K (ish) course on your own, with your family or friends. This is more than just a fun run, indulge in some `witches brew’ if you dare, high five our loud scary zombie, touch some gross ingredients on the ‘trick or treat’ table, plus don’t forget to join in the spooky mass warm up.
PLUS – THE HALLOWEEN ENTERTAINMENT ZONE
Local community groups Lyme Regis Christmas Lights and Hubs Toddlers use the event to fundraise, providing spooky children’s games and competitions to help get into the spirit for a small fee. Have a go at classic Halloween games like apple bobbing, ghost on a stick game, spooky golf or pumpkin bowling. Enjoy some Halloween arts & crafts, making ghosts in pots and bats on stretchy string & show off to your friends in the scary selfie booth. There will also be some delicious cakes to taste – if your dare!
Fancy dress is encouraged and with prizes and certificates for the best male and female costumes, so entrants are encouraged to dig out their spookiest outfit and come dressed as a ghost, cat, witch, werewolf, skeleton, pumpkin or anything with a Halloween theme. Here are some easy face painting ideas with instructions to follow