Salisbury Pumpkin Hunt to take place this half term

Salisbury BID and the Salisbury branch of the NCT (National Childbirth Trust) have teamed up to provide children with a free, spook-tacular Halloween trail this half term.

From Monday 19th October to Sunday 1st November 2020, pumpkin posters will be hidden in shop windows as part of the Covid-safe Salisbury Pumpkin Hunt.

To take part in the Salisbury Pumpkin Hunt, download the trail map and entry form here or collect one from Salisbury Information Centre on Fish Row.

Click the map to download one to print at home

Trail-goers need to find the names of all 15 pumpkins and complete the entry form.

Completed entry forms will be entered into a prize draw to win a £20 Salisbury Gift Card and a book from the Rocketship Bookshop. A winner will be chosen at random.

Salisbury BID said one of the aims of the trail is to get people moving around the whole of the city centre; exploring areas they may not usually go to and discover shops they may not have known about. It’s also hoped the trail will bring in additional spend to businesses in the city centre.

Jo Woodman, Volunteer Branch Coordinator of NCT Salisbury, said: “With very few events and activities taking place this year, we’re pleased to have teamed up with Salisbury BID to put on this safe and fun activity for children and families over the half-term break.

“NCT is the UK’s leading charity for parents. In these tricky times, we are still committed to making sure parents feel connected and supported. Find us online to see how we are providing local antenatal courses, a reliable up-to-date website, local online parent groups and our free NCT infant feeding support line.”

The Salisbury Pumpkin Hunt is free, but people are asked to consider making a donation to the NCT charity if they enjoyed taking on the trail by visiting www.nct.org.uk.

People are also encouraged to post their trail photos on social media using the hashtag #SalisburyPumpkinHunt to help spread the word and let other local families know about the free trail.

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