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A magical new Halloween lakeside light trail is coming to Cheshire next month

Organisers say it's like "stepping into a living Halloween storybook".

Emily Sergeant Emily Sergeant - 19th September 2023

A magical new Halloween lakeside light trail is coming to Cheshire for the first time ever in just a few weeks time.

Set to transform the popular Partridge Lakes Fishery in Warrington into what’s being described as “an enchanting Halloween attraction”, the brand-new Halloween Lakeside Light Trail is a “spooktacular” experience for the whole family to enjoy.

The first event of its kind at the idyllic 70-acre Cheshire countryside site, families will be able to see the “mesmerising world of Halloween wonder” come to life as they stroll along a winding path around the lake’s edge that leads that takes them on a magical journey through woodland decorated by eerie and captivating lights.

You’ll be able to spot shadows of witches on broomsticks, smoke bubbles floating out of cauldrons, and spiders crawling out of trees, all illuminated by magical lights, on the hour-long immersive experience.

Organisers say it’s like “stepping into a living Halloween storybook”.


Opening on Monday 2 October and running right through until Halloween itself on Sunday 31 October, tickets for the brand-new attraction are now on sale.

If the light trail wasn’t exciting enough as it is, there’ll also be lots of entertainment and live music, as well as the chance to tuck into warming and comforting food and drink from a wide range of independent traders and licensed bards on site.


There’ll be everything from classic hot dogs, burgers, fries, and desserts, to spooky-themed specials, Pumpkin Spice Lattes, and warm apple cider on the menu.

There’ll also be a cosy fire pit corner, which is the perfect place for toasting marshmallows and enjoying the wholesome atmosphere.

To make sure the four-legged family members aren’t left missing out on the fun, the dog-friendly attraction will also have a ‘Pup Hut’ selling dog treats and accessories, while there’ll also be a dog-friendly cafe open too.

Organisers say it’s like “stepping into a living Halloween storybook” / Credit: Halloween Lakeside Light Trail

And, to top things off, Partridge Lakeside Fishery’s popular ‘Partridge Pumpkin Patch’ is also returning for the third year running, so you can really make a day of it, if you’d like.

Tickets to The Halloween Lakeside Trail are now on sale, and will set adults back £18 per person, £14 for children, while infants under three go free, and there’s a range of family ticket package options too.

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Featured Image – Halloween Lakeside Light Trail