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Posted: Tuesday, May 26th 2020
Thursday, October 12th 2017
City are giving away another four fastrack tickets to FEAR at Avon Valley, the premier Halloween event in the South West.
Dubbed ‘a brilliantly spectacular night' and ‘one of the single scariest experiences ever encountered’, FEAR is the must-visit attraction this month.
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 entering its fourth year and is set to terrify thousands as they search for the ultimate Halloween thrill.
Returning in 2017 are the three top Halloween attractions that have made FEAR at Avon Valley one of the country’s most popular events, updated to ensure more scares than ever before!
Bigger and better than ever, FEAR at Avon Valley will run for a total of ten days, beginning on October 13th until Halloween night!
Located directly between Bristol and Bath, with easy access and quick transport links, this is the number one destination for Halloween.
Members of City’s first team squad will be attending on Wednesday, October 25th from 4pm – and you could join them for free by following the giveaways on the club’s Twitter and Facebook pages over the coming weeks.
The first giveaway was available on Twitter, with City supporter Alison Byerley winning the four fastrack tickets.
The second competition is now live on Facebook, via @bristolcityfc, where there is another four fastrack tickets to FEAR up for grabs.
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