Grangemouth's historic park gets its own Halloween Trail

‘Tis the season to be scared and the obliging folks at the Zetland Park Regeneration Project have concocted a frighteningly fun Halloween Trail.

By James Trimble
Wednesday, 28th October 2020, 7:41 am

The creepy character Jigsaw, from those many, many Saw films, would be proud of the puzzles that the Grangemouth-based project has come up with to keep the little ones entertained and enthralled during the Season of the Witch.

A project spokesperson said: “We have designed a spooky Halloween trail through the park for you to follow. Gather the clues to reveal a wee poem titled How to Have a Happy Halloween in 2020.

“You will find a number of witches hats, pumpkins and ghosts along the park’s path network. Each of them has a number and a letter of the alphabet beside it.”

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Families can take a walk through Zetland Park to find the clues in the Halloween Trail

The project added there is no need to book a place, just turn up at the park and start your hunt.

Visit Zetland Park Regeneration Project’s Facebook page for your daily clues and more information.