Halloween is just around the corner, which means the shelves are stacked high with all manner of spooky tricks and treats to help the whole family enjoy a frightful night of fun.
Whether you’re a lover of all things horror or just looking for something to keep the little ones entertained on 31 October, there’s something for everyone at the Bridges.
Hotel Chocolat, Carvin the Pumpkin £8
You may not be out trick or treating this year, but that’s not to say you don’t deserve a sweet treat. Hotel Chocolat’s Halloween range has delivered once again this year with Carvin the Pumpkin – filled with ghoulish chocolate shapes.
Menkind, Nightmare Before Christmas Metal Water Bottle
Reusable water bottles are hugely popular because they’re a simple way to reduce your plastic intake. Keep a little bit of spooky spirit with you all year long with this Jack Skellington design.
Tesco, Create Your Own Halloween Bat Cupcakes Kit
Why not get the whole family involved in making some creepy cupcakes? This handy baking kit makes it easy for even the youngest members of the pack to join in and decorate their creations with tasty wings and black icing.
Lush, Bat Art Bath Bomb
Unwind in a bath of violet glitter thanks to Lush’s latest Halloween offering. Not only does it look great, but its fresh, herbal scent helps you relax and forget any worries too.
Next, Pumpkin and Ginger Tea lights
Whether or not you plan on carving one, you can bathe your rooms in the autumnal scent of pumpkin and ginger this year. These tea lights are the perfect accompaniment for however you’re planning to spend your time on 31 October.
Pandora, Pumpkin Halloween Charm
If you know someone who is a particularly big fan of the spooky holiday then why not buy them a keepsake? This little pumpkin charm from Pandora is sure to go down a treat.
HMV, Halloween DVD
It just wouldn’t be Halloween without putting a scary film on and hiding your face behind a blanket, so what better choice than checking in on Michael Myers in this 2018 sequel?
Waterstones, Mr Men Halloween Party
Sweets may be a Halloween staple, but there are plenty of other ways to mark the occasion. Entertain your little ones with a themed story where their favourite characters get into creepy costume.