One of Gloucester’s most popular Halloween attractions is back – and it’s just as terrifying as ever.
Frightmare is an annual event at Over Farm which draws adrenaline-junkies from all over with hopes of being scared witless.
Gloucester Rugby player Charlie Sharples is among the latest to visit the farm this year.
Another great night, never disappoints! Thanks for having us along
— Charlie Sharples (@CharlieSharples) October 24, 2018
He went along with the rest of Gloucester Rugby Club, but they’re not the only local celebrities to visit this year. Emmerdale’s Ash Palmisciano was there on Saturday for their ‘Dead Carpet’ event.
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We had a busy weekend, welcoming more of this year's Frightmare goers! Plus, it was our DEAD carpet event on Saturday night 📸 We won't tell tales about who was the most scared… @ash.p.x 😏 Think you’re braver? We're back on Friday and Saturday this week and we dare you to find out… Tickets available via the link in the bio. #Frightmare #OverFarm #Halloween2018 #GloucesterEvents #OverScared #Tickets
The festival is now in its 17th year and has five different live events across 13 nights. Caged, Haunted Hayride and Séance follow on loosely from some previous year’s storylines, but Wonderland and The Offering introduce new spaces and themes.
Previous years have seen pregnant women, people with heart conditions and those with high blood pressure turned away due to fears that they might not respond well to the event.
Frightmare is on until October 31 at Over Farm, Gloucester.