There will be some spooktacular fun in the Lee Valley, especially if you are looking for some spooky fun to enjoy with the kids. With a host of Halloween themed events to choose from, you are guaranteed a frighteningly fun filled time for all the family.
The Parkinson’s Spooky Sprint will take place at River Lee Country Park on Saturday 19 October at 18:00 where you can put your spookiest outfit on and take part in this fun event and run in the dark all for charity!
A Halloween Fantasy Adventure for all the family will take place at WaterWorks Centre Nature Reserve on Saturday 26 October. Dress up in character and come along and help save the spirit of the valley from the wicked willow witches.
Lee Valley Park Farms have some Spook-tacular Goings on with a half term filled with extra spooky activities, including pumpkin carving, storytelling and magical crafts.
On Saturday 26 and Sunday 3 November, from Broxbourne Riverside Moorings you can take a Halloween boat trip filled with themed activities and games for all the family.
While at the Halloween Disco Skate on Thursday 31 October you can dress up and enjoy this spooky skating session with a difference and watch out for some eerie goings on, taking place at Lee Valley Ice Centre, Lea Bridge Road.
Venue Details & Map
Winter Sports and Ice Skating
Lea Bridge Road, Leyton, E10 7QL [map]
The Ice Centre (as seen on ITV’s Dancing on Ice) offers public skating, figure skating, ice-dance, pairs, synchronised skating, ice-hockey and Learn to Skate Courses.
Nature Reserve / Woodland
This sprawling series of open spaces, in the valley of the River Lea, includes lakes, reservoirs, marshes and wet grassland.