Kensal Green charity invites animal lovers to its Hallowe’en Party
The Mayhew Animal Home’s annual event takes place on Sunday
A Kensal Green charity is inviting animal lovers to a spook-tacular Hallowe’en Party to raise funds and introduce the public to all the beautiful black cats in their care.
The Mayhew Animal Home in Trenmar Gardens, will be hosting a fun filled day where youngsters can have a go at ghostly games, enjoy creepy cakes and spooky sweets, have their faces painted in a fiendish fashion and even carve a pumpkin.
Braver visitors can take a plunge into the unknown and ‘guess what’s inside the box’ - using hands only!
The annual event will also feature the ever popular children’s fancy dress competition and participants will need to wear their most spooky and ghoulish outfit.
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Lisa Houlihan, The Mayhew’s events officer, said: “This year’s Hallowe’en Party will be a celebration of everything spooky and we can’t wait to welcome lots of children to the Home for fun-filled games and activities.
“We’re really looking forward to seeing children in their most frightening and fierce Hallowe’en costumes!
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“Our Hallowe’en Party is also a fantastic chance to meet some of our lucky black cats and kittens looking for their forever homes.
Entry to the event this Sunday (28) is �2 for adults and �1.50 children.
For more information visit www.themayhew.org.