Gruesome Goodrich Castle’s spooky stories for family fun

By Ross Gazette reporter   |   Reporter   |
Wednesday 25th October 2017 1:16 pm
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Visit Goodrich Castle for a bone-chilling day out this Halloween half term. With a feast of frightening fun and spooky stories from Goodrich’s gruesome past, your little horrors are in for a frightfully good time!

Family-friendly guided tours will examine two ghostly tales associated with the castle, including the tale of an Irish chieftain imprisoned in the dungeon, and the story of two lovers who tried to escape the castle across the River Wye during the Civil War, only to be swept to their deaths in the raging torrent.

Younger visitors are invited to wear their best Halloween themed children’s fancy dress for a chance to win a prize each day at 3pm, and hone up on their crafting skills with plenty of cutting and colouring in the castle’s historic chapel.

Gruesome Goodrich runs from Saturday, October 21st until Sunday, October 29th, from 11am - 4pm everyday.

Suitables for families, tickets will be available to purchase at the event site on the day.

Tickets for adults cost £7.60, and children from 5-15 years cost £4.60.

Family tickets are avaliable at £19.80, and English Heritage members can attend the event for free.

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