Join the council’s rangers on a spine-tingling walk through Habberley’s haunted valley this Halloween.

A free Spooky Woodland Trail, organised by Wyre Forest District Council in partnership with Habberley Valley Visitor Centre and Tea Room, is taking place on Thursday 31 October from 5pm to 6pm.

There will be lots of activities children aged between 5-10 can enjoy including doughnut dunking and listening to scary tales.

Those who really want to get into the Halloween spirit and dress up will have a chance to win a prize for being the best dressed! BBQ food and hot drinks will also be available.

All bookings can be made online at or by calling Olly Price, Wyre Forest District Council’s environmental & education ranger on 01562 732986 (lines open Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 5pm).

Councillor Helen Dyke, Wyre Forest District Council’s Cabinet Member for Culture, Leisure and Community Protection said: “Habberley Valley is the perfect location for our Spooky Woodland Trail with its variety of nocturnal wildlife to enjoy. This free event is a great way for children to celebrate Halloween in a safe environment with a range of fun activities organised by our brilliant ranger team.”

For more information please contact our rangers by email at or phone at 01562 732971.

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