Here are five things to do this weekend, we've even found something for those not interested in spooky goings-on.

  • Halloween Spooktacular - October 30-31 at 3pm.

Terrifying treats, creepy crafts and ghoulish games.

Dobbies Thornbury: Milbury Heath, Wotton Under Edge.

Child ticket priced at £8.50 and adult ticket available from £5.99.

For more information click here.

  • Yate Scarecrow Trail - Running until November 1.

This year’s theme is heroes, featuring real-life heroes, emergency services, cartoon characters, and superheroes.

St Mary's Primary School, Church Road, Yate

The trail map costs £2, available here.

  • Marry Me a Little - Running until November 8.

A charming, romantic and bittersweet one-act musical revue, which follows two single strangers as they explore their secret, unshared fantasies as they are left alone in their studio apartments.

Barn Theatre, Cirencester. Prices start from £11.50.

For tickets click here.

  • Halloween Trail - Running until Saturday, October 31.

The trail begins where the foot path starts on Brimscombe port side and continues to Knapp Lane.

Find all the pumpkins and decode the Halloween phrase. Then pop along to Felt Cafe for your Halloween treat!

Free event.

For more information click here.

  • King’s Stanley Halloween Trail - Running October 31 - November 1, from 11am-3pm.

Hunt around the village for spooky Halloween displays, with puzzles and answers hidden throughout the village.

The trail starts at King’s Stanley Playgroup.

The trail map costs £2, available here.