Bayards Kitchen at the Cider Press, Dartington is getting ready to have a spooktacular time this Halloween.
It’s organising a special pumpkin trail on October 30 and 31 through the grounds of The Cider Press Centre, with all winning entries entered awarded sweets for taking part.
It’s also holding its second annual fancy dress competition, with children encouraged to dress up in their scariest, most spooky outfits. There are sweets for every entry, and a prize for the overall winner.
Last year’s inaugural Halloween fest was a roaring success and general manager Aimee Dagnall is hoping for a similar turn out this year.
She says: “It’s a lot of fun for the children and it was really great to see so many dress up and come and enjoy a day out at The Cider Press Centre. Hopefully, it’ll be the same this year, and with so much to do here, its a great way to spend an afternoon with all the family.”
Bayards Kitchen is open from 9.00am until 4.30pm for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea with menus filled with a delicious range of choices including vegan, vegetarian and gluten free. For really young children there are enclosed play areas both indoors and in the garden. Bayards Kitchen also runs the Cider Press Shack where the multi award winning Surfing Cow Ice Cream is available, with lots of different flavours to choose from.