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Halloween Week

An event in October in Cumbria
Muncaster Castle
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Cumbria
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Event timing: Half-term / Halloween
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for Halloween Week as your favourite British event.

Dare you visit one of Britain's most haunted castles this Halloween?!

Don't forget to come in fancy dress and a TORCH would be a smart idea if you're here after dark.

Please allow plenty of time to arrive, park and make your way into the gardens, particularly if you have booked a timed show. There may be queues for some activities on the more popular days. Arrive early to have best chance of doing everything.

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More Events in Cumbria in September

Ulverston Charter Festival, Coronation Hall, Ulverston

Loweswater Show, Lorton, Cockermouth

Egremont Crab Fair, Egremont

Kirkby Lonsdale Victorian Fair, Kirkby Lonsdale

Lantern Procession, Ulverston

Kendal Torchlight Carnival, Kendal

Ullswater Outdoor Festival, Ullswater

ALFA ART Autumn Seminar & Awards Dinner, Eden Valley

Heritage Open Days, Various locations

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Crayfish Survey, Eden Valley

Westmorland County Show, Crooklands, Kendal

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Alston Agricultural Show, Alston

Lowick Agricultural Show, Lowick, Ulverston

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