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There will be all manner of ghoulish goings on at the Grosvenor Centre this Halloween, as the centre plays host to a day of Spooktacular fun during the October half term with its special ‘Vampire Transformation Station’.
From 11am to 4pm on Wednesday 31 October, Count Dracula will be telling all manner of scary stories around his special dining table, with spooky extras, including Halloween treats.
To meet with the Count himself, youngsters will have to look at their terrifying best, and they’ll be able to undergo a vampire transformation for free, complete with fangs, blood and white face paint, providing the perfect start to Trick or Treat activities.
There will also be the chance for children to have their picture taken with the most famous vampire of all time, and Grosvenor Centre Manager, Ed Kennedy, said he was looking forward to a day of Halloween-themed fun.
“Our Vampire Transformation Station event is going to be a great day at the centre,” said Ed. “We’re thrilled to be welcoming Count Dracula to the centre for a day of spooky storytelling and fancy dress. It will be a great chance for children to get ready for their trick or treating later that evening or for anyone heading off to Halloween parties.
“We really enjoy hosting free family events like this and they always get a great reaction. The visit of Peter Rabbit proved a real hit during the summer and we’re expecting that to be the case with Dracula.”
The Vampire Transformation Station will be taking place from 11am to 4pm in the Grosvenor Centre on Wednesday 31 October. For more information about the event and for the latest news from the centre, shoppers should head to www.grosvenorshopping.co.uk and stay tuned to the centre’s Facebook page on www.facebook.com/GrosvenorCentreMacclesfield.