Eldon Scare’s Big Trick or Treat
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Join us for our spooktacular Eldon Scare’s Big Trick or Treat event this Halloween half term on Saturday 28 October from 9am to 3pm, upper level within Grey’s Quarter to help raise funds for the North East Autism Society.
Grab your fangs, put on your cape and get out your witch’s broomstick for a frighteningly fun-filled day with over 20 brands taking part in the trail.
There are only 400 Halloween bags to give away. Please note. All attendees must register for one ticket per person. We are unable to provide a Halloween bag without a ticket.
Collect your FREE Halloween treat bag and map from upper Grey’s Quarter, opposite Chatime and set off on your trick-or-treating adventure around the centre. Participating stores and restaurants will display an Eldon Scare sticker in their windows so little ones know they can bag lots of free devilish delights when they visit.
Our Eldon Scare’s friendly monster and witch trainer will be roaming the malls, casting some magical spells along the way. They are friendly, so they are always happy for a selfie with fellow little witches, vampires and monsters, so don’t be afraid to stop them in their tracks!
Register for your tickets (one per person) to the Eldon Scare’s Big Trick or Treat event below.
Plus, when you register you’ll automatically be entered into the prize draw for your chance to win a £100 Eldon Square gift card.
Spellbinding Face Painter
Transform your little ones ghoulish Halloween costume and bring it to life by visiting our face painting station, all for a donation to the North East Autism Society. Cash donations are accepted only.
An autism-friendly hour will be hosted in partnership with the North East Autism Society from 9 am – 10 am, allowing little monsters and witches to experience the centre in a quieter setting. The charity will be onsite between 9 am – 11 am to assist should you require additional support.
The North East Autism Society has led the way in providing autism-specific care and education for children, young people, and adults across the North-East of England.
To find out more, please visit their website www.ne-as.org.uk or call 0191 410 9974.