A popular Burton attraction is hosting a range of autumnal events for all the family.

National Forest Adventure Farm is getting in the Halloween spirit with some exciting events - including a moonlit evening festival, which began earlier this month.

The ‘moonlight harvest’ event is a socially distanced pick your own pumpkin festival, complete with liver music, performers and funfair rides.

The brand new event runs from 7pm to 9.45pm, where visitors can explore the maize maze by torchlight - if you dare.

Fire breathers local bands will provide entertainment, with food and a bar offering refreshments.

National Forest Adventure Farm is hosting a spooky evening Halloween event

Tom Robinson, who runs the National Forest Adventure Farm with his brother Ivor, said: “We are really excited about the new Moonlight Harvest event. It is a fantastic addition to our autumn events calendar, and we are fortunate that our 40-acre site allows people to come together safely to share a relaxed evening in the open air.

“Our attraction is set in acres countryside and we wanted to offer an evening with a festival feel with live bands and performers plus a unique opportunity to pick a pumpkin by moonlight and explore our maize maze by torchlight.

“We hope it will be the first of many more evening events where people can get out in the fresh country air and spend a unique evening together under the stars.”

Tickets for the moonlight harvest cost £9.99 and must be pre-booked online at www.adventurefarm.co.uk . All children under 18 must always be accompanied by an adult and supervised.

The event will run on the following dates:

Younger families can enjoy the daytime Spook-tacular event, which has also been deemed Covid-19 safe.

Children can pick their own pumpkin from the patch, learn to fly in broomstick training, brave the haunted mirror maze and hunt the mummies in the maize maze.

The adventure play area will be accessible with go karts, crazy gold and the JCB digger zone - as well as the animal paddock and barn.

The Spook-tacular event at National Forest Adventure Farm

National Forest Adventure Park will be operating with limited capacity, social distancing measures, enhanced cleaning procedures and extra hand sanitising stations.

Admission will be limited, and visitors will need to pre-book a dedicated time slot, as the park will undergo a deep clean in the middle of the day between the two sessions and when the park closes for the day.

Spook-tacular started on October 10 and runs until November 1. Tickets cost £11.99, with children under two going free, and are available at www.adventurefarm.co.uk .