19 October 2015 Woolgoolga Witches You a Happy Halloween

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19 October 2015 Woolgoolga Witches You a Happy Halloween

Get some Halloween chills with a guided, candle-lit walk through Woolgoolga’s Historic Cemetery on Saturday, October 31.

 

At 7.00pm, the Coffs Harbour Heritage Executive Committee will be conducting a special FREE cemetery walk that includes visiting the last resting-places of some of Woolgoolga’s earliest residents. 

 

They include one of the first licensees of the Seaview tavern who came here from London in the 1860s, the descendants of German immigrants who arrived during the 1850s, veterans of conflicts around the world and other early settlers.

 

Dressing up in Halloween costume is optional, but please note that you are requested to respect the final resting places of those who are buried in the Cemetery.

 

Bookings are essential with only 25 places available. To book, and for further information about this free event, contact 6648 4657.

 

Anyone wishing to take part is advised to bring a torch, insect repellent and comfortable walking shoes – and a strong heart!  The walk will end at around 8.30pm.