Creepy carvings

WE DARE: Bethany and Lily Salmon start carving a pumpkin at Hollow Trees Farm.
WE DARE: Bethany and Lily Salmon start carving a pumpkin at Hollow Trees Farm.
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GHOSTLY goings on and creepy carvings are being embraced this Hallowe’en at a farm in Semer.

Hollow Trees Farm has been holding its Holloween event this week, with children throwing themselves into an array of activities during half-term.

A witches wood has been set up for those brave enough to enter, while pumpkin carving, frisbee golf and a giant haystack have also been enjoyed.

Sally Bendall, the farm’s owner, said the event had been running for 15 years and was proving as popular as ever.

It is open each day from 10am till 5pm until Sunday. Entry costs £3.50.