Halloween half-term fun is coming to Haslingden later this month as Busy Bushcraft brings its seasonal event to the area.

Kids will have the chance to take part in Halloween-themed Nerf gun games designed and run by company founder Andy Henrick.

There are hundreds of Nerf guns to choose from as well as equipment like barricades, blockades, hidden ammo caches, flashing lights, and a smoke machine to set the mood.

As well as a free-for-all shootout, Andy gets the kids involved in themed games and ensures everyone is having a great Halloween, making it the perfect opportunity for them to let loose and make some lasting memories.

Andy said: “The zombies are coming this Halloween, but never fear, our resident Zombologist Professor Spotsworth is locked and loaded and ready to lead the troops into an epic battle against the undead.

“Families are looking for fun things to do for Halloween and our Nerf Wars are the perfect spooky event.”

Busy Bushcraft’s Halloween event will be spread across the North West in the half-term week later in October, and will come to St Peters Community Centre in Haslingden on Friday, October 27 (1pm and 2.30pm).

Other locations across the region include Oldham, Bury, Wigan, and Ashton-under-Lyne.

As well as the seasonal Halloween events, Busy Bushcraft also offers team-building exercises, bushcraft session, and birthday parties.

To book your place, click here.