Are You Brave Enough to Face Hammersmith's Halloween Happenings?

Spooky goings on in King Street and Margravine Cemetery

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There are creepy days ahead as Halloween comes to Hammersmith, with spooky half term fun in Lyric Square and an eerie guided walk through Margravine Cemetery.

Every day from October 26 till 29 there will be a smouldering cauldron in the square and young people can take part in a Pumpkin Hunt in shops, pubs and restaurants around the square as well as the Cineworld cinema.

Each business has a pumpkin hidden somewhere on the premises with a number on and youngsters' task is to find the pumpkin and write the number in the empty pumpin next to the business' name on the competition entry form. When it's complete, they need to return the form  to the marquee in the square.

The entry form can be downloaded from the organisers, HammersmithLondon's website or picked up at the marquee.

On Friday October 28, there is a free ghostly guided walk around Margravine Cemetery, where walkers can pay their respects the residents, including gold miners and cholera victims from the 1860s.

The walk will begin at 1pm at reception, 1 Lyric Square. You can RSVP to this event here.

On Saturday October 29, you can eat, drink and be scary at The Salutation at 154 King Street, which is getting into the seasonal spirit with special themed fancy dress night.  There will be
prizes for the best costume of the evening, themed cocktails and shots, a live DJ, a late night BBQ and a charity raffle in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care.

For more information, contact  The Salutation on 020 8748 3668 or email:

October 25, 2011









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