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Norwich’s Spooky City event promises loads of frightful fun

PUBLISHED: 14:44 10 October 2017 | UPDATED: 14:44 10 October 2017

The Spooky City 2016 Halloween parade. Ursula Palmann Picture: Sonya Duncan

The Spooky City 2016 Halloween parade. Ursula Palmann Picture: Sonya Duncan

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All Hallows’ Eve promises to be frighteningly fun for all as Norwich City once again hosts its Spooky City event.

The Spooky City 2016 Halloween parade. Picture: Sonya Duncan The Spooky City 2016 Halloween parade. Picture: Sonya Duncan

The scariest event of the year will start at 6pm outside The Forum and everyone is invited to dress up in their creepiest costumes and enjoy the eerie entertainment on offer.

Canaries fans will be hoping is doesn’t turn into a night of horror as Norwich City Football Club host Wolves at Carrow Road with kick off scheduled for 7.45pm.

The Spooky City 2016 Halloween parade. Picture: Sonya Duncan The Spooky City 2016 Halloween parade. Picture: Sonya Duncan

But the two events on the same night could cause some horror for those on the roads. A Halloween parade will take place at 6.30pm starting at Millennium Plain and end at Chapelfield Gardens and a number of roads will be closed.

Those closed from midday to 9pm on October 31 include St Peters Street and Gaol Hill. Those closed from 6pm to 8pm are:

The Spooky City 2016 Halloween parade. Picture: Sonya Duncan The Spooky City 2016 Halloween parade. Picture: Sonya Duncan

Brigg Street, Chapelfield East, Chapelfield North, Chantry Road, Gentleman’s Walk, Rampant Horse Street, Theatre Street, Malthouse Road and William Booth Street.

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