Lochore set to become Spook'Ore for Hallowe'en themed fright nights
Dalgety Bay events company, Solasta Events, is set to hold a spooktacular Halloween event at Lochore Meadows this October.
There will be two events daily running from the October 29-31 - Spook’Ore through the day for families and children, and Horr’Ore which will be in the evening for adults and children over the age of 14.
The company behind them is a family run business run by mother and daughter, Frances Davidson and Nicole McCann, and they plan to put the frighteners on even the toughest of horror fans.
Spook’Ore will include a spookland walk, packed with scary visual and sound effects, storytelling experience, pumpkin picking where kids can decorate their own pumpkin to take home, and fancy dress and face painting.
Activities and amusements will also be present alongside food stalls, and at the end of the event there will be a drive-in movie showing a spooky screening of a family friendly movie.
For the adults in the evening, Horr’Ore will include a horror trail created within the woodland – one packed with twists and turns that will make visitors run for their lives!
Scenes inspired by horror movies will see visitors chased and ambushed by live action actors dressed as zombies and other ghoulish fiends.
There will also be a terror tunnel designed to completely disorientate visitors’ senses before they move on to the amusements, food stalls and onsite bar to calm their nerves with a stiff drink.
As with Spook’Ore there will be a drive-in movie at the end of the event where visitors can enjoy a screening of a horror movie.
Nicole McCann, owner of Solasta Events, said: “We have certainly put a lot of thought and effort into organising this event – it’s very exciting!
"My mum and I created Solasta Events in 2019 and planned to hold this event last year, but the pandemic meant that we had to push it back to this year which was the right decision to make.
"We are really bringing the fear factor with the night time woodland walk, it will be super creepy, scary, and the stuff of people's nightmares – we are expecting people to run like hell!”