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In China, pumpkins symbolize prosperity and abundance, and they are the inspiration for these Bun House creations. The specialty buns come in three varieties: spicy pumpkin stuffed with roasted pumpkin, star anise, cinnamon and cloves, black sesame and tahini mummy bread, and ghost bread, filled with caramel custard. A mixed box of three can be pre-ordered for £ 17.40 and picked up on October 20 or 27 to be warmed up at home, or visit the shop on October 30 and 31 to buy fresh for £ 5.40 each.

26-27 Lisle Street, London, WC2H 7BA; bun. house

2.20th anniversary of Thorpe Park Fright Nights, Surrey

October 8-10 and 15-31

Roller coasters, spooky mazes and live shows; this year the theme park is hosting the 20th anniversary of its annual Fright Nights, featuring more spooky actors, spooky experiences and adventures than ever before. There’s plenty of great food and drink to try out too – think ice cream cookie sandwiches and seven deadly sins donut sundaes.

Chemin Staines, Chertsey KT16 8PN;

3. Deadly Sins at the Ivy Soho Brasserie, London

October 11 – November 7

Teaming up with Horse With No Name Bourbon on their first debut and Monkey 47 Gin, the Ivy Soho will feature cocktails throughout the spooky Seven Deadly Sins-themed season. Enjoy the tastes of Greed, a golden idol with Monkey 47 Black Forest Gin, Lemon Juice, Cherry and Ivy Champagne or Lust, a combination of Plymouth Gin, Strawberry Puree, Maple Syrup and Prosecco. Every sin has its cocktail, who will call you? There is also a big party on Saturday 30 with sin-themed performances and DJ sets.

26-28 Broadwick St, London W1F 8JB

4. Explore the Forbidden Forest of Hogwarts, Cheshire

October 19 – December 15

Technically, it’s not a Halloween event, sure, but it’s not a must-see event for Harry Potter fans. Explore a recreation of the famous Forbidden Forest from the film series and meet magical creatures such as hippogriffs, centaurs, unicorns and nifers. After completing the 60-minute trail, visit the seasonal themed village where you can purchase a mug of butter beer, edible chopsticks, decadent hot chocolate, mulled wine, as well as pies and fish and chips. Tickets from £ 19 per person

Arley Hall & Gardens, Arley, Northwich CW9 6NA;

5. Wahaca Day Of The Dead, Nationwide

October 20 – November 2

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