Join us at Hanley Park on Sunday 29th October for our Halloween Spooktacular!

Join the Bee Active team for a creepy crawly, strange and spooky Halloween extravaganza this October!

We are running things a little different this year and will follow a similar schedule to our popular Easter Dash.

Walk, run, scoot, skate or ride your way around our course, finding all 6 of our creepy Halloween characters hidden around the park! Collect stamps and cash them in for a sweet treat!

Join us anytime between 2pm-4pm!

Whether you prefer a trick or a treat, we’ve got lots of exciting activities taking place alongside our trail with stalls, sweet treats, spooky entertainment and much more!

Don’t forget your costumes, there’s a prize for best-dressed!

Purchase your tickets!

General Admission

14:00 – 16:00

Sunday 29th October 2023

£2.50 per child

Under 2s go free!

Adults do not require a ticket for this event.

Hanley Park is a public space and will be well-marshalled by the Bee Active team. Children must be accompanied by an adult for the duration of the event. Your ticket price includes our haunted trail and prize. Additional activities and vendors will incur a charge.

This event begins at 14:00pm, though you are welcome to turn up at a time that works for you. We anticipate the trail will take around an hour to complete. Last entries at 4pm.

Where to find us!

Our fang-tastic event is located at the historic Hanley Park, a Victorian park with acres of space and tonnes of character!

Please register your attendance at our sign-in desk on arrival, located at the main bandstand area.


Cleveland Rd, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, ST1 4DX

Useful things to know!

I'd like to bring my child to this event, do I need to buy a ticket for myself as well?

Tickets are only required for children. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

We’d like to remind parents that Hanley Park is a public space, though the event will be well-marshalled by the Bee Active team.

Where do I sign-in?

Please sign in when you arrive at the park. Our sign-in tents will be located at the main bandstand area.

Once you have signed in with a member of the team, you will be given a card to collect stamps.

Where can we park?

There are two Council-operated car parks at the park, where pay-and-display parking is available. Other pay-and-display car-parks are available just a short-walk into town.

What are your arrangements for First-Aid and child separation?

All Bee Active coaches are DBS checked and trained in paediatric first aid. Our first aid station will be located at the registration tents (main bandstand area). In the event of separation from your child, a Bee Active coach will escort your child to our designated rendez-vous point. Please notify a coach immediately if you become separated from your child(ren).

Can we buy food and drink at the event?

We are organising for some friends to join us to sell food and drink. Full details will be shared closer to the date. 

The park’s public toilets are situated near the top car park.

What time does the event start?

The event and activities will begin at 14:00pm and end at 17:00pm, though you are welcome to turn up at a time that works best for you. Last entry will be at 16:00pm.

We anticipate the course will take around an hour to complete.

What age ranges do the tickets cover?

There is no age limit on the event, though we would recommend that this event is suitable for children up to 16 years. Under 2s go free!