Last year, we brought you Trivallis’ Halloween at Home, as Halloween activities were put on hold because we all stayed at home to stay safe. This year, it’s a little different with many COVID-19 restrictions lifted and Halloween events taking place, but don’t forget to still follow guidance to keep yourself and others safe.
We have plenty of Halloween fun on offer as part of Trivallis’ Spooktober, this year. Throughout half term in the lead up to Halloween, we will be sharing recipes, crafts, stories, ways to spend your Halloween, safety tips and more.
Let’s get crafty with some creepy crafts that will add some Halloween fun to your home. Create your own Spooky Skittles for a fun game for all the family or use to decorate your home. If you’d like an easy craft, transform your empty milk bottles into Ghastly Ghosts. We’ll also be sharing tips and tricks on carving the perfect Halloween pumpkin.
Halloween at Home
If you still don’t feel comfortable joining in with Halloween activities outside of your home this year, we will be sharing different ways that you can spend your Halloween and have just as much fun from the comfort of your own haunted house.
Stay Spooky and Safe
We’ll be sharing some helpful tips on how you can stay spooky and safe as you take part in Halloween activities this year. With safety advice for keeping, you and your loved ones safe and reminders on how you can enjoy yourself and be respectful of your neighbours.
Are you decorating your home, getting dressed up for Halloween or carving your own pumpkin? Take a photo of how you are spending your Halloween and share it with us on our social media pages @WeAreTrivallis using #TrivallisHalloween in your posts and we’ll share our favourites.
Stay safe and have fun. Happy Halloween!
If you’re getting ready for Bonfire Night, please remember you can enjoy your time whilst also ensuring you are staying safe, not breaking the law and are being mindful of others, including animals. You can find lots of helpful information, here.