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Allhallow's Tales - Family Storytelling

RSPB Sherwood Forest Visitors Centre, Forest Corner, Edwinstowe, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG21 9RN

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Sunday 29 October 2023 I 5:30pm - 7pm

RSPB Sherwood Forest

£7.50 Adult (£6 RSPB members), £5 child (£4 RSPB members)

This event is aimed towards children and families. All children must be accompanied by an adult.


Halloween is the time for frightening tales, bone chilling shivers and unbridled wonder.

Join us to hear tales of strange doings, of vengeance taken and treasures lost and found.

Storyteller Jim Munro will share tales that will fright and delight in equal measure. Sherwood Forest in the dark provides the perfect atmosphere for traditional storytelling as you listen to twilight tales as ancient as the trees.

This event will take place in low light conditions so you may want to bring a low powered torch.

This event is not suitable for dogs.

Please note, this event will take place regardless of the weather so please dress appropriately.

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