It's taking place on Saturday and there's still time to sign up.
Chambers Farm Wood, near Wragby, is the place to be on Saturday... for our annual Scare Fest!
As dusk turns to night, the atmosphere will become terrifyingly bone-tingling at the hands of the fundraising team at St Andrew’s Hospice.
The woodland is once again being transformed into the Scare Fest, our Halloween spectacular, where witches hang out in the undergrowth and ghosts are ready to spook you at every turn.
The Scare Fest is being staged to raise money for Andy’s at St Andrew’s, the children’s hospice at the site in Peaks Lane, Grimsby, and it promises to be even more thrilling than last year’s, which saw people from all over the county take part.
Participants will this year walk a course through deep, dark woodland and by open countryside, with all manner of blood-curdling obstacles in their way.
ZaZa Warren, the hospice’s events manager, warned that the Scare Fest is not for the faint-hearted and is only open to over-14s.
Sign up to the Scare Fest here or call ZaZa on 01472 571268 for just £10 in advance. Participants are asked to collect sponsorship, as the registration fees are used to cover costs. Registration will also be available on the night itself at a cost of £15 - turn up and our terrifying team will be there to help.