What’s on in Huntingdonshire in October 2022?

10:00 a.m. October 8, 2022

October is well underway, and as the nights begin to fall and Halloween draws closer, be sure not to miss some of the wholesome and fun events happening in the district this month.

October 8 to October 31 – Pumpkins at Freshfields

Pick your own pumpkins from Freshfields Farm pumpkin patch at Ramsey Forty Foot on October 8-9, October 15-16 and daily October 21-31.

8/22 October – St Neots Farmers and Craft Markets

A wide range of local products are available for purchase from 8am to 1pm.

October 12 – St Neots Museum Ghost Walk

Discover the haunted buildings and spooky stories of St Neots on a ghost walk.

The walks start at the museum at 7:30 p.m. and last approximately 90 minutes. tickets cost £7.00 per person and can be purchased on the museum website website.

St Neots Museum is running a special ghost walk for people to learn about the spooky stories of the town.
– Credit: St Neots Museum

October 15 – Old Riverport Ukulele Festival 2022

Workshops and live ukulele performances take place at the Corn Exchange in St Ives from 9am. Tickets cost £10.

October 15 – Fall Festival

Join 432 Support Squadron at RAF Alconbury for spooky specials and Halloween entertainment including bowling, hay rides, food stalls, a ‘chest’ or treats and more fun for all the kids .

October 15 – Evening of mediumship

British psychic medium Warren Bailey comes to the Three Horseshoes pub in Houghton to demonstrate his abilities.

Doors open at 7pm and tickets for £12 can be purchased by calling 01480 462410

October 22 to October 29 – Horror at Hinchingbrooke Horror House

Scares and the all-new maze return to Hinchingbrooke Horror House, Huntingdon, with 13 sets and 90 actors hidden in the dark, providing jumping and spooky fun.

The House is open from mid-October and tickets can be purchased online at www.enterifyoudare.co.uk.

Hinchingbrooke House is open again this Halloween, full of spooky fun, ghosts and ghouls.

Hinchingbrooke House is open again this Halloween, full of spooky fun, ghosts and ghouls.

October 22 – Crazy Bingo Party

An evening of glitter, bingo and dancing with the Crazy Bingo team takes place at the Priory Center in St Neots from 7pm to midnight.

Tickets cost £12 and the event is for over 18s only

October 28 – Huntingdon Fireworks

Komodo Events works closely with Magpas Air Ambulance to stage the biggest fireworks display in the region. The event begins at 5 p.m. at Huntingdon Racecourse.

A child gets into the Halloween spirit during one of Huntingdon Racecourse's previous Halloween fireworks displays.

A child gets into the Halloween spirit during one of Huntingdon Racecourse’s previous Halloween fireworks displays.
– Credit: Archant

October 28 – Halloween party and children’s cinema

The doors to the St Ives Corn Exchange open at 1pm and the film starts at 2pm.

The screening of the film will be Hotel Transylvania 2 and admission is free.

October 29 – Ramsey Community Halloween Market

From 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., the public can enjoy a special Halloween market alongside the regular Saturday community market.

There will be other local merchants, children’s activities and Trick or Treating.

October 30 – St Neots Art Group Exhibition

The exhibition gives the public the opportunity to purchase works by local artists in Roxton Village from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Admission is free and refreshments are available.

October 30 – Halloween Interactive trail through the woods and Pumpkin Plod

A fun family event in search of the Wicked Witch of Hinchingbrooke National Park and her spooky friends. If you capture them, you receive a treat.

The event starts at 11am and tickets are compulsory for children and can be purchased at www.ticketsource.co.uk/booking/category/RdiEJKhzXNnT.

A scary run around the park also takes place from 9am.

Riders will have 6 or 4 hours to complete as many laps as possible. You can dress up and show off your best costume this Halloween.

October 31 – Huntingdon Trick or Treat Trail

From 4-6pm there will be a Halloween Town Trail through downtown Huntingdon organized by Huntingdon First.

Kids up to 11 can have fun strolling around town equipped with a map showing where to ‘Trick or Treat’.

If you are hosting an event in October that we might have missed, please contact [email protected] and let us know what you have planned.