From pumpkin carving and spooky walks to taking part in a Thriller performance, here are seven things to do in North Devon this Halloween weekend.

Half term draws to a close this weekend, and what better way to celebrate than with an abundance of spooky activities?

From frightful rides to pumpkin carving, here are some suggestions for family fun in North Devon this weekend…

Halloween Festival at The Big Sheep

Ever wondered what Theresa May would look like in pumpkin form? You can find out at the Big Sheep’s Halloween Festival this weekend.

There will be frightful fun during the daytime with spooky rides, pumpkin carving and much more – and once darkness falls, prepare for a scary experience.

Pumpkin weekend at RHS Rosemoor

Guess the weight of the giant pumpkin and more at RHS Rosemoor in Torrington for its pumpkin weekend.

You can take pumpkin walks around the garden and take part in the lantern-carving workshops too.

Thriller at Atlantic Village

Fancy yourself as a bit of a dancer? Now is your time to show off your skills.

Sarah Anne Westcott dance school will be hosting a Thriller performance like no other at Atlantic Village at 10am on Saturday.

Spooky night walks

Book a tour of Arlington Court’s grounds at night on Friday and follow spooky tales of unusual happenings.

Listen for bumps and shrieks and see if you can spot any ghostly visitors.

Halloween crafting

Take part in some Halloween crafting at Quince Honey Farm in South Molton.

And if you’re feeling brave, venture up to BeeWorld as well for some Halloween fun.

Starwars take-over

Families can enrol in The Milky Way’s school for witches and wizards this weekend, with fancy dress competitions and spooky swamp dodgems sessions.

There will also be Halloween-themed activities and this weekend, the attraction will have a special Star Wars take-over too.

Make your own!

Don’t fancy heading out? Make your own Jack o’ Lanterns at home.

Just follow our handy tutorial above for a step-by-step guide to carving the perfect pumpkin.