Brockholes is getting into the Halloween spirit for half-term.
The Lancashire Wildlife Trust nature reserve in Preston will be hosting a pumpkin carving competition, telling ghost stories, viewing a display of birds of prey and encouraging people to get out on the reserve with a special Halloween trail.
The weekend saw a birds of prey display, as well as the start of a week-long pumpkin carving competition.
On Thursday October 31 from 2pm to 3pm there will be Creepy Tales of Ghosts and Witches, which is suitable for all ages.
It costs £3 or £10 for a family.
On Friday there will be Wild Families: Halloween Special from 2pm to 4pm, which will focus on getting the family outdoors and working together and include a variety of traditional and spooky activities.
The Wild Families event Stick Man - based around natural play - will take place on Saturday November 2 from 2pm to 4pm, and is billed to “enchant all the family”.
Booking is essential for Wild Families events, priced at £3 per person or £10 for a family of four.
There is also a Halloween trail on the reserve all week from 11am to 4pm.
Today and tomorrow, Wild about Spiders will take place from 11am to 3pm.