Horr'Ore - Half Price Adult Ticket (16+)
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Experience ABSOLUTE FEAR at Lochore Meadows Country Park from Friday 29th to Sunday 31st October 2021.
Horr'ore brings a horrific trail within the eerie woodland at Lochore Meadows. Packed with horrifying twists and turns, you’ll be running for your life. When the sun goes down, the woods come alive. They’re watching you, feeding off your deepest fears, there’s nowhere to hide! This is where your Horror come to life!
Enjoy frightening face painting, Activities, Amusements, horrifically good food and even a bar to calm the nerves!
Get an individual adult ticket (16+) for your chosen evening at Horr'ore for only £10, that's half price!
Your Event ticket includes gains access to the Horr’ore trail, Horr'ore arena and bar. Additional costs for fun rides, street food and merchandise.
Tickets for the Drive-In Movie can be purchased separately at spookore.co.uk/horrore
PLEASE EMAIL - email@example.com to book your slot, this must be done in advance for you to gain entry to the event. Please provide your name, Kingdom FM voucher number and preferred day and arrival time between 6.30pm and 9.30pm.
- You must be 16+ to attend the Horr'ore Event.
- Not available in conjunction with any other offer.
- Up to 6 tickets per transaction/booking.
- Subject to availability, Please take along your printed voucher with you to the event.
- Valid for Horr'ore from 29th to 31st October between 6.30pm and 10.30pm.
- Not for resale.
- Not Valid unless purchased directly by the individual named on the voucher.
- Proof of identification may be required.
- Vouchers can only be accepted once and must be presented in printed form.
- If you should have any enquiries regarding a voucher purchase please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fun rides, street food, merchandise and Drive-In Movie entry are not included with the purchase of this ticket.
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