WE have a great family prize for all pumpkin lovers and wannabe witches and wizards.
The Advertiser has teamed up with Cannon Hall Farm to offer four family tickets to the attraction’s fantastic Pumpkin Festival this October.
The Pumpkin Patch is returning to the farm once again and young witches and wizards will get to graduate if they complete the challenges.
There are thousands of pumpkins available for visitors to pick – and Cannon Hall Farm’s expert carvers will be on hand to help families create the perfect spooky lantern.
The Pumpkin Festival – which runs October 19, 20, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 and 31 – offers a packed themed day out.
Young witches and wizards will be given their own spell book challenge where they will have to complete the challenges in the Forbidden Forest to graduate top of the class and earn a sweet treat from Professor Monocle.
There will also be regular shows with Barry the wannabe wizard and his pal.
Visitors are encouraged to wear fancy dress – and spot prizes will be offered by farm staff to those who have made a special effort.
Early bird tickets are priced at £10.95 per person (under twos go free).
Every child paying full price admission will get a free pumpkin.
Extra pumpkins can be purchased for adults and under twos at a charge.
A booking fee applies to all online tickets. Full price admission tickets on the gate on the day will be £13.95 per person (subject to availability). A family ticket (which admits any combination of four people) is available on the gate for £54.
To be in with a chance of winning one of the four family tickets, fill in the form below using the code which can be found in this week's Rotherham Advertiser.
Entries close at noon on Friday, October 11, when four lucky readers will each win a family ticket to the Pumpkin Festival.
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