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City stars get a fright

“We don’t fear anyone”, is often a quote trotted out by footballers up and down the country.

However, that was certainly tested on a night when Jamie Paterson was seen wielding a chainsaw and Josh Brownhill was left battered and bruised behind bars in a makeshift cell.

It was all part of City’s visit FEAR at Avon Valley, a Halloween experience like no other.

Launched back in 2014, the annual event attracted over 13,000 people last year along during an eight-night spell.

Held at the region’s largest family country park Avon Valley Adventure & Wildlife Park, in joint partnership with the award-winning creative design agency Unlocked Vision Entertainment, the event is now enjoying its fourth year.

Aden Flint, Callum O’Dowda, Paterson and Brownhill all dressed up to play parts in the extravaganza, while Max O’Leary, Tyreeq Bakinson, Bailey Wright, Zak Vyner and Lloyd Kelly all got the fright of their lives.

FEAR continues to run at Avon Valley until Halloween night. For more information visit https://www.fearavonvalley.com/.

 

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