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Brand new Halloween Lakeside Light Trail comes to Cheshire this October

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The spooktacular autumn event will transform Warrington’s Partridge Lakes Fishery 

The magical family and dog friendly event will run from Monday 2 to Sunday 31 October and tickets are on sale now 

A free entrance hub includes live music, food outlets, bars and fire pits to create a special evening for all to enjoy

A brand-new spooktacular event is coming to Cheshire throughout the month of October, the Lakeside Light Trail is set to transform Partridge Lakes in Warrington into an enchanting Halloween attraction.

Organisers are busy preparing the hour-long beautiful, scenic woodland journey for the whole family to enjoy, including plenty for your furry pets too.

The Halloween Lakeside Light Trail will take place at Partridge Lakes Fishery in Culcheth, Warrington from Monday 2 to Sunday 31 October 2023 and tickets are on sale now. This will be the first event of its kind created on the 70-acre site, set in the idyllic Cheshire countryside.

The grand opening night on 2nd October will also include additional activity such as stilt walkers and live entertainment.

As the sun dips below the horizon and the moon casts its gentle glow upon the tranquil waters, a mesmerizing world of Halloween wonder comes to life around the lakes. Stroll along a winding path that hugs the water’s edge, leading you on a magical journey through woodland transformed by eerie and captivating lights.

Shadows of witches on broomsticks, smoke bubbles floating out of cauldrons, and spiders crawling out of trees all illuminated by magical lights to create an immersive experience that feels like stepping into a living Halloween storybook.

In addition to the trail, there will also be a free to enter welcome hub, featuring live music, exciting food outlets from Halloumi Fries by Halloumination, to Vietnamese Cuisine from Viet Rice Box, to classic hot dogs, burgers, fries & desserts from Spoon Desserts, along with a range of drinks and licenced bars offering some tasty spooky themed menus with Pumpkin Spice Lattes by The Travelling Teapot along with spicy mulled wine and warm apple cider.

There is a cosy fire pit corner, a perfect place for toasting marshmallows and enjoying the wholesome atmosphere! And, to ensure nobody is missed out, the dog friendly attraction will also have a Pup Hut selling dog treats and accessories and the dog friendly café will also be open.

Fishery Manager and Lakeside Light Trail organiser Barbara Ikin said: “We are absolutely thrilled to unveil a project we have been planning for many months, the Lakeside Light Trail will open next month and will transform our site into a brand-new Halloween attraction for the region.

“We are so excited to welcome all the family, and we are very proud to be dog friendly so nobody misses out, we can’t wait to see the children’s faces, we have lots of surprises instore and I know it’s going to be a magical night to remember. Our popular Partridge Pumpkin Patch will also return for a third year so you can really make a day and night of it”.

The Lakeside Light Trail is the perfect Halloween-themed night out for all the family, tickets are on sale now and can be purchased from the website at www.halloweenlakesidelighttrail.co.uk

Watch the event trailer www.youtube.com/watch?v=mpkIS-BhbOc

Follow on social media channels.

Facebook:       /halloweenlakesidelighttrail

Instagram:      @halloweenlakesidelighttrail

TikTok:            @halloweenlakeside



Monday 2 – Sunday 31 October 2023 from 6.30pm

Partridge Lakes

Glaziers Lane,


Warrington, WA3 4AQ

PRICES: Adults 16+ – £18 | Children 3-15 – £14

Infants Under 3 – Go Free (ticket needed)

Family Ticket – 2 Adults & 2 Children – £60

Family Ticket – 1 Adults & 2 Children – £42

HOW TO BOOK: Book online at www.halloweenlakesidelighttrail.co.uk

(15-minute time slots available until 7.45pm) Trail lasts 1 hour. Site closes at 10pm.

Onsite car parking is available and can be booked online when purchasing tickets.

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