Pleasurewood Hills has kicked off its Halloween 2011 events, with guests being challenged to spot "prying eyes" lurking around the park.
As in previous years, the lead character in the Halloween events is the mysterious Stitch. A group of witches also features heavily, and it is they who are claimed to have placed "evil eyes" all around the park so that they can spot Fergus Darkbear, a "monster hunter", approaching. Guests are challenged to follow the "Eye Trail" and spot as many of these are possible, with one winner each week collecting a prize.
Halloween decorations have been liberally strewn around Pleasurewood Hills to mark the occasion, including several Stitch scarecrows. The events will run from October 22-30, with the park closing at 4pm every day except on October 30 when it will close at 6pm.
Eye Trail forms can be picked up from the main entrance, with a small pack of sweets on offer from the Main Street shops for every completed form. Tickets are priced at £17.50 for adults and £15.50 for children.