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Halloween Events expected to cost £20,000

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Proposals for the borough’s annual Halloween Events will go before members of Council’s Leisure & Development Committee for approval next week.

The proposals are as follows :

Limavady will host their Halloween festivities on Friday 28th October. A Halloween disco and fancy dress competition for children will take place at Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre, from 3 – 5pm supported by Roe Valley Chamber of Commerce. The event concludes with a fireworks display at 7pm at Roemill Road Recreation Grounds.

Ballymoney will offer a range of Halloween themed events including children’s film screening at Ballymoney Town Hall, ‘creepy’ heritage walks and festive outdoor Halloween event at the JDLC on Friday 28th October. This event at the JDLC will also include a fireworks display at 8pm.

On Saturday 29th October Coleraine will host a Halloween event at Rugby Avenue Grounds. The event will include a funfair, live concert, fancy dress competition, fire poi demonstration, and a fireworks display at 8-30pm.

On Monday 31st October Ballycastle will host a Halloween themed fancy dress parade departing 7.15pm from Dalriada Hospital to the Seafront and will include a fancy dress competition, fire poi demonstration and stilt walkers. The parade will weave through town to the Seafront. Music will be provided at the seafront from 7pm .The event concludes with a fireworks display at 8pm.

The net cost for all four events is £20,000.

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