Park the broomstick, put the cauldron on for a brew, stay home in the warm and celebrate with some revolting recipes, creepy crafts, spooky stories and grisly games!
From eyeball cakes to slime pie, from spider biscuits to frozen banana ghosts you’ll find loads of gruesome recipes here.
Think Easter Egg hunt but scarier!
Hide chocolates, sweets, small toys or whatever you like around your home or garden, let your children dress up and search for the hidden treasures.
If you don’t want to eat it or want to share Salford’s wildlife will thank you for it.
You can use it as a bird feeder by adding seeds to the centre or cut it in half and hang it up for birds to peck at or squirrels to steal!
You can cut it into small pieces and leave it in your garden for squirrels or other wildlife to enjoy – but please make sure there’s no wax on the skin.
Or you can chop it up and add the bits to your compost bin or recycle it through your food waste caddie or pink garden waste bin.
If you want to share or see photos of birds and beasties enjoying their pumpkin treat join Salford Wildlife on Facebook.
Pick a not too scary film for the children and have a cinema night at home.
Unfortunately children have been hurt when fancy dress costumes have caught fire. Here’s how to keep your little ones safe.