The post-holiday blues affect everyone differently – some will hibernate under a blanket, some experience sleepless nights, others suffer with a short temper – but some are taking positive steps to reduce their pain.
Instead of wallowing in self-pity, these lucky few are arriving home from their holiday and are already planning their next break away – looking forward to a packed entertainment schedule, Halloween fancy dress, terrifying horror house, spooky trail and live music at Monkey Tree Holiday Park in October half-term.
Join them and make the most of your time off in 2015 – give the family a break they’ll remember this Halloween half-term with eight nights for the price of seven, from just £305 inclusive.
Kids’ morning entertainment, October half-term
Saturday 24th October – Spooky games
Sunday 25th October – Paper mash eyeballs
Monday 26th October – Horror scavenger hunt
Tuesday 27th October – Crazy Golf
Wednesday 28th October – Pumpkin Carving
Thursday 29th October – Talent show
Friday 30th October – Trick or Treat with Funky Monkey
Saturday 31st Monkey Spooky Games
There will be Halloween fancy dress on Wednesday night and Saturday night so begin planning your outfit now to win big prizes for the spookiest, funniest and scariest costumes.
The famous Monkey Tree Horror House will be open every evening from the Monday 6pm-7pm and late on the Saturday – not for those with a heart-condition or nervous disposition.
And join the October Halloween finale on Saturday 31st when there will be a spooky walk, Fancy Dress competition, apple bobbing, game shows, fun and games, Bumper Raffle, showtime with live music from Station Road.
Don’t give in to the post-holiday blues – take positive action today and book your family break away this October half-term. Your family will be glad you did.