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Witch-ing you a happy and safe Halloween this year at home



With Halloween only a matter of days away, Mid and East Antrim Borough Council is appealing to everyone to be cautious in their celebrations to ensure all Covid-19 guidelines are adhered to.

All this week, Council has a jam-packed schedule of virtual events that everyone can join in with and have lots of fun at home as a family.

From mask making, spooky sensory play and terrifying tales from the Mayor himself, there is something for everyone.

The Mayor of Mid and East Antrim, Councillor Peter Johnston, is encouraging everyone to adapt their traditional festivities in light of the recent tightening of Covid-19 restrictions which prohibit social gatherings.

“Halloween celebrations will be very different for all of this year because of the coronavirus pandemic, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have lots of fun at home with our family.

“Council has planned a whole week of virtual events and I, like many, will be logging on to enjoy them.

“We all want to have a fun Halloween but also a safe Halloween so I would urge everyone to stick to the guidelines that are in place across Northern Ireland.”

So be the ghostess with the mostess and tag us in your celebrations at home using the hashtag #VirtuallyHalloween.

For more information on what is taking place this week visit:


https://www.midandeastantrim.gov.uk/events/virtually-halloween

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