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Halloween Hauntings Event - Temple Newsam House

A group of children dressed up in various costumes for Halloween and smiling at the camera

Halloween – Spooky Spooktacular

Date/Time

31 October 2019

5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Venue Temple Newsam

Tags ActivityAdultEventFamilySchool holidayTourYoung People

Visit Temple Newsam this half term and experience Halloween in Leeds on a grand scale. Wear your creepiest costumes and visit Temple Newsam for Halloween.

Scare yourselves silly with a visit to the darkened haunted house and fiendish Home Farm. Take a Halloween tour of Temple Newsam house complete with tales of spooky past residents who creep through the corridors at night.

Try your hand at spooktacular crafts, collect some terrifying treats along the way and visit Home Farm to see the residents at dusk!

The Stables tearoom will be open serving frighteningly hot and spine chillingly cold refreshments.

Book your tickets on Eventbrite. 

Tickets can also be purchased by visiting the courtyard shop at Temple Newsam. Please bring proof of purchase on the night.

Please note that last admission to the House and Home Farm is 7.15pm.

Tickets are £25 family, £10 adult, £5 children, including crafts and treats.

 

  

 


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This is what the law says about parking outside schools in Leeds

According to Highway Code Rule 243, you should not park near a school entrance — as well as anywhere that would prevent access for emergency services, at or near a bus stop, opposite or within 10 metres of a junction, over a dropped kerb, and in front of an entrance to a property.

Yellow zig zag lines

Yellow zig zag lines outside schools indicate the length of road where stopping or waiting is strictly prohibited.

This is a waiting offence and is dealt with by local authority civil enforcement offers either via patrols or CCTV monitored vehicles.

To safeguard children attending schools, zig zag lines should be treated like double yellow lines.

Double yellow lines mean no waiting at any time and there are no excuses for most drivers.