Worcestershire spooks safely for Halloween
Halloween may seem tricky this year but we can still treat ourselves. Download our Worcestershire Spooks Safely pack for colouring fun, a word search, Halloween bingo and other games.
With a few simple changes we can all have lot of fun without knocking on doors and handing out sweets. You may even start a few new family traditions.
The safest way to enjoy Halloween is to have a party in your bubble. There’s lots of ways to celebrate whilst doing what’s right for your family. Here’s just a few ideas:
- watch a scary movie together
- carve pumpkins
- decorate your home
- have a Halloween hunt in the back garden (think Easter but with pumpkins or treats)
- make Halloween themed food
- dress up - staying in is the new going out
Or go out for a spooky walk in your favourite Halloween costume with people in your bubble and play Worcestershire spooks safely Halloween Bingo.
You could have a neighbourhood decorating contest to make everyone’s walk more enjoyable. Children can also colour in the characters from the Worcestershire spooks safely fun pack and pop them in the window for everyone to see.
Dr.Kathryn Cobain, Director for Public Health in Worcestershire said; “2020 has been difficult for all of us and we need to have some fun to cheer ourselves up. With a bit of creative thinking and a few changes we can all have a spooktacular but safe Halloween.
Please enjoy 31 October in your bubble at home. If you do go out for a special Halloween walk, please be a covid-buster, follow the rule of six and keep a 2 metre broomstick length away from others to stay safe.”
Here2Help children's colouring activity
Children can show their support for #Here2Help. Why not stick your child’s effort in your window to increase awareness of our campaign? Send us your photos on Twitter (opens in a new window) or Facebook (opens in a new window) and we’ll feature the best.
Colouring pages by Rosie Philpott
Let's thank our key workers who are working so hard during this crisis.
Find out more about Rosie (opens in a new window) and her work.
Download the colouring activity and get creative!