A Halloween event is returning to Norfolk with a bang in 2023 and there will be added fireworks.

The Halloween Spooktacular will take place at Applewood Countryside Park in Banham, near Attleborough, on Saturday, October 28 from 5.30pm until 9pm. 

The Spooky Walk will open at 6pm and will take visitors through Werewolf Woods, Scarecrow Alley, The Spider Forest, The Graveyard, The Big Top and The Apocalypse, with a few surprises along the way.

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Eastern Daily Press: The Halloween Spooktacular features scare actors The Halloween Spooktacular features scare actors (Image: Applewood Countryside Holidays)

New for this year, it will be followed by a low-noise fireworks display at 8.30pm, put on by Dynamic Fireworks, and a bonfire.

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Rebecca Wreford, marketing and events coordinator, said: "We are going bigger and better than ever for our fifth Halloween Spooktacular by adding more scare actors, entertainers, fireworks, a bonfire, street food, a disco and competitions."

All That Glitters Face Painting will also be there and food will be provided by Peaky Pizzas, The Chocolate Bar Baker and Brew Daisy. 

Tickets bought online cost £10 for adults and £8 for children, or £12/£10 on the gate, with under 3s going free - book on the 'Applewood Countryside Park' Eventbrite page.