Get your wellies on Halloweeen costume on for the annual Spooky Welly Walk at Sefton Park - and raise money for charity at the same time.
The event is a two-mile family charity walk through Sefton Park with over 20 different Trick or Treat activity stations, organised by the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation.
Strike a pose at the Dreadful Dinner, dare to dig through the Yucky Dip stand, take a ride on the mini fairground rides and look out for Halloween surprises along the route.
Each child who finishes the walk will receive a medal from Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation's very own mascot, Samantha the Panther.
Activities included in the ticket price include sports coaching, animal workshop, creepy crafts, spooky storytelling plus free Nairn snacks to fuel your Spooky Welly Walk.
Visit roycastle.org/spooky to take a look at the Spooky Welly Walk map and see all the activities listed for the day.
There is also a Spooky Welly Walk at Sherdley Park in St Helens on Saturday, October 27, 2018.
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