A girl with a pumpkin
A range of Halloween activities are taking place at Hull children’s centres. Picture: Julia Raasch

13 Halloween half-term activities in Hull

Stuck for ideas to keep the children entertained during the October half-term? Get involved in a range of Halloween activities at Hull City Council’s children’s centres.

Monday 28 October

Halloween party
Mersey Children’s Centre
1pm-2.30pm
£1

Messy play, face-painting, craft and activities, outdoor play, followed by party games. Ages two and up.

Open Access Youth Club
Andrew Marvell Youth Centre
6-8pm
Free

Social session for 10 to 16-year-olds with opportunities to take part in activities including pool, table tennis, computers, cooking and baking, arts and crafts.

Tuesday 29 October

Halloween party and play
The Rainbow Centre
1pm-3pm
£1.50

Enter the witches’ workshop and join in with water play, crafts and games. Call 01482 502 466 to book a place.

Creative U-Chill Out Session
Andrew Marvell Youth Centre
6pm-8pm
Free

A session for 13 to 19-year olds to make their own music, media, photography, cooking and arts opportunities.

Wednesday 30 October

Halloween-themed sensory session
Marfleet Children’s Centre
10am-11.30am
£1

Craft activities, sensory and messy play, followed by singing and parachute play. Ages two and up.

Open Access Youth Club
Andrew Marvell Youth Centre
6-8pm
Free

Social session for 10 to 16-year-olds with opportunities to take part in activities including pool, table tennis, computers, cooking and baking, arts and crafts.

Thursday 31 October

Magic show  (FULLY BOOKED)
Acorns Children’s Centre
11am-1pm
Free

Join Puzzling Paul, Halloween crafts and pumpkin-carving. Homemade soup and jacket potatoes available for a small cost.

Spooktacular Kids
Costello Sports Stadium
1pm-2.30pm
£1 per family

Spooky dance, cooking, crafts, games and more for children aged up to 11.

Halloween party
Lemon Tree Children’s Centre
4.15pm-5.30pm
£1 per family

Outdoor Halloween Hunt and Spooky Story including spooky crafts and snacks.  Call 01482 828 901 to book a place.

Halloween-themed event
Lemon Tree Children’s Centre
Young parents 1.30pm-3pm, Baby Jabadu 9.30am-10:30am, 10.45am-11.45am
Free

Halloween fun for the little ones.

SPACE4U session
Andrew Marvell Youth Centre
6-8pm
Free

Activities for 16 to 24-year-olds, offering support with CV writing, education, employment and one-to-one support.

Friday 1 November

Open Access Youth Club
Andrew Marvell Youth Centre
6-8pm
Free

Social session for 10 to 12-year-olds with opportunities to take part in activities including pool, table tennis, computers, cooking and baking, arts and crafts.

Friday Mix It Up
Soccer Sensations
5pm-7pm
Free

A range of games and sports for young people aged 10 to 16.

Matt Jukes is the chief executive of Hull City Council.
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