Halloween fun for all

HALLOWEEN fun was enjoyed at a Suffolk farm at the weekend, delighting children and adults alike as they carved spooky faces into their pumpkins.Sutton Hoo Farm, next to the National Trust attraction near Woodbridge, offered children the chance to choose and carve their own pumpkins and had planned a safari trip around the site.

HALLOWE'EN fun was enjoyed at a Suffolk farm, delighting children and adults alike as they carved spooky faces into their pumpkins.

Sutton Hoo Farm, next to the National Trust attraction near Woodbridge, offered children the chance to choose and carve their own pumpkins and had planned a safari trip around the site.

David Waring, managing director of the farm, said the event that ran Friday, Saturday and Sunday has always proved popular with families.

He said it was a real joy to see families turning up to pick their own pumpkin from the fields ahead of enjoying the Hallowe'en event.

The farm started the event several years ago, in response to their ever improving crop of Suffolk-grown pumpkins.

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