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Have a Haunting Halloween in Coalisland!

12 October 2017

Coalisland will come alive this Halloween, with a spooktacular programme of fun and fireworks for all the family to enjoy on Tuesday 31st October. 

Organised by local community organisations and Mid Ulster District Council, the Halloween shenanigans will take place from 12noon. There’ll be plenty of ghostly goings-on taking place right throughout the day to help keep your little monsters entertained. 

Children can enjoy Halloween arts, crafts and spooky tales from 12noon to 4pm in Western House. Then from 4pm to 6pm kids can burn off some wicked energy at the family fun day at the Ă“gras Centre.

Come and have a frightful and fun time at the free family fun fair which runs from 6pm to 10pm at Gortgonis Park with rides including – Vortex Tunnel, Rock N Roll, Orbiter Machines, Chair ‘O’ Planes and Tea Cups. Get creative and let your imagination run wild at the Halloween pageant leaving Western House at 8:15pm. 

To make your Halloween celebrations even more haunting come along to Gortgonis Park at 8.45pm for the Coalisland Fireworks Spectacular and marvel as the skies explode into a fantastic fanfare of colour and lights.

Children attending any of the Halloween events in Coalisland are to be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Chair of Mid Ulster District Council, Councillor Kim Ashton is looking forward to an action-packed weekend of Halloween activities in Mid Ulster. “Mid Ulster has everything anyone could want this Halloween- and much more including spectacular fireworks displays in Coalisland, Cookstown, Dungannon and Maghera, sure to thrill and entertain the crowds. With lots of other frightening and fun activities taking place at each site over the weekend it promises to be a truly haunting and hair-raising Halloween!”

For more information on Halloween events in Coalisland, including community events, or to find out what other events and fireworks displays are taking place throughout Mid Ulster, visit www.midulstercouncil.org/halloween.

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