Spooky fun for children on the Beacon Park Halloween puzzle trail

The Halloween puzzle trail takes place in Beacon Park
Ruth Piddington, Community and Education Officer at Lichfield District Council with the Halloween puzzle trail.

Children are invited to follow a spooky trail at Lichfield’s Beacon Park from this weekend for some Halloween fun.

From spotting the odd pumpkin out to solving the spell conundrums, join this fun trail to find 8 sets of clues dotted around Beacon Park.

Running from Saturday 15 October to Sunday 6 November (inclusive), between 10am and 3.30pm, the Halloween puzzle trail has two levels of clues, for little ones aged three and up and for older children.

Solve all the puzzles to complete the trail and claim your small prize.

Councillor Andy Smith, Cabinet Member for Leisure and Parks, said:

“We’re really pleased to be launching our Halloween puzzle trail, which gives children of all ages a chance to get into the spirit of Halloween.

“It’s a good opportunity to head to beautiful Beacon Park and put their problem solving to the test.”

 Beacon Park’s Halloween puzzle trail is available at the Ranger Station and costs £1.50 each.

 All children must be accompanied by an adult when completing the trail. 

Published: 14 October 2022