The Jordans Trust, a local Mill Museum in Bedfordshire will be holding its first children’s haunting Halloween tours during half term.  
Picture provided by Tony Darnell

The event will run from the 23rd – 27th October at 10.00am or 1.00pm and takes children through the spooktastic tales of years gone by.

The Mill is steeped in over 150 years of fascinating history and has its own scary stories to tell, including gory stories of accidents, surgery, medicines and mysterious disappearances, making it the perfect setting for a real fun children’s tour.

Dawn Walton, event organiser at Jordans Mill said: “This event, aimed at 5 -12 year olds is a great way to have fun, celebrate the beautiful Mill museum and get into the Halloween spirit.  
“We want families to come along and enjoy the activity and they will also have the opportunity to take photos in the creepy booth on their way out.”

“We are really excited to be offering this tour.”

Booking is essential as tickets are running out quickly. Tickets are £3 per child (accompanying adult free) book now by calling 01767 601164. Tours will last approximately 30 minutes.
In addition to the children’s Halloween tour parents and families can take part in the Rotten Rhymes Trail and solve clues in order for children to get a prize. The gardens have been transformed for some spooky fun!  £1.50 per child - no need to book just turn up between 9am – 4pm during the 20th - 31st October.

There will also be a range of sweet and toys in the Mill shop. Jordans Mill is located on Langford road, Biggleswade, Beds, SG18 9JX. For more information, visit: 

Open seven days a week, Jordans Mill is a vibrant destination with something for everyone.