Safety tips for anyone going out for Trick or Treat over the next few days. Also, a link to our No Tricks & No Treats poster for people who don’t want to be disturbed.
As the Halloween and bonfire night period approaches officers from Police Scotland are issuing some simple guidance for parents and young people to ensure that the festivities pass safely and that antisocial or irresponsible behaviour is avoided.
Don’t be a neep when it comes to getting rid of your Halloween pumpkins this year. Aberdeenshire Council has carved out plan to stop pumpkins (and neeps) going to landfill
Got children aged 9 – 14, why not ship them off to Zombie School this Halloween? Thainstone Events has organised a unique children’s workshops – in conjunction with Quids In Theatre Company – for young people to get creative and try something new this Halloween. The zombie school recruits will learn how to transform themselves […]
There was a good response to the Table Top sale which took place at the Turriff Town House on the High Street on Saturday 18th October 2014. This is the second such event which has been arranged. Organiser Helen Dean has always thought it could be a runner, and a potential fund raiser for the […]
With only a few days until Halloween Police Scotland are issuing their annual request for residents of all ages to make Halloween a safe and enjoyable celebration. They are issuing some simple guidance for young people to ensure that Halloween passes safely and that anti-social or irresponsible behaviour is avoided. Here are Halloween Safety Tips from Police […]