Halloween 2021

spooktacular trail

27 - 31 October

Pumpkins on sale
23-24 oct

Pumpkins available to buy or collect from Clifton Village Park Sat 23 and Sun 24 Oct

Pumpkin Carving Competition

Gain free entry into the competition when you buy your pumpkin from the CVCA

Best Window Display

Do you have a spooktacular window display, pumpkins and ghosts at the ready!

Clifton 2022 Calendars

You can pre-order your copy of the Clifton 2022 calendar

Guess the name of the witch's cat!

Our popular What's the witch's cat game returns. £1 per entry

The
Coffee Shop

Coffee shop opening times and menu will be published shortly!

Order section

reserve your pumpkin

includes entry into the Halloween Pumpkin Event

window entry

Free window listing in the Halloween Pumpkin Event

Entry is free, but we would welcome a voluntary monetary donation to the CVCA – we’re still raising funds to upgrade the park facilities

Decorated windows should be on display from the evening of Wednesday 27 October to Sunday 31 October.

guess the name of the witch's cat!

£1 per entry, winner will receive £5. All proceeds from this draw will go towards the Park Fund

Reference ‘CAT’ when paying by bank transfer – hit the button below to tell us your choice

AbracadbraAgathaAlakazamArchimedesArielAshAslanAstraAuraBanshee
BatcatBattyBewitchedBinxBlackberryBonnieBooBuffy CasperCharm
CindersCleoCovenCrookshanksCrowDarcusDieselDreamerDruidDusky
EbonyEclipseEnchantEndoraGhoulGlendaGobelinoGothHectorHermione
HexHocus PocusImpJetJinxKasabianKittyLucindaLumosLuna
MagicMidnightMinervaMistyMoonMoon DancerMoon WalkerMystic MegMythNighshade
NoirOynxOracleOreoPantherPixiePlutoPumpkinRasputinRaven
RuneSabrinaSeverusShadeShadowSmokeySorceressSparkleSpellbinderSphynx
SpiritSpookySpydaStarSybilTabithaTabooTranceTricksterTwinkle
TwitchUrsulaVampVladVoodooWendyWinnieWitchipooWizardZelda

Name the Witch's Cat

Frequently asked questions

No, but pre-ordering helps us to order the correct amount and prevents waste.

We acknowledge that we could have explained this better (perhaps in more detail), we want everyone to have a safe and happy Halloween and no, we’re not trying to ban trick or treating in the village. We want to encourage people to take part in our events, whilst respecting those who do not wish to receive unsolicited callers (with or without brooms)!