Have A Safe Halloween

10 Tips the Perfect Halloween Party

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Halloween can be great fun, a time for a party, fun food and of course trick or treating – if the weather is good enough of course!

Are you planning a party for Halloween?

With any event where little people could get over excited there is always the possibility of accidents. However with a little bit of preparation and planning they can be avoided and everyone can enjoy their Halloween celebrations.

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Here are some goulishly good tips to make your Halloween party the best ever! Here’s how to make sure that your Halloween go with a swing, not a visit to A&E.

Trick or Treating Safety

If people have posted ‘No Trick Or Treat’ posters respect this and do not knock on their door.

Tricks should always be humorous and in the spirit of fun, such as showing a toy spider or pretending to cast a spell.  Throwing flour, eggs or causing damage to property is a criminal offence just the same as it is any other night of the year.

Food Allergies and Trick or Treating

If your child, or any of the children at your Halloween party have problems with food allergies, you will want to make sure that they can enjoy the festivities along with their friends.

Have you heard about the Teal Pumpkin Project? If you see a teal pumpkin outside a house it means that they have non-candy Halloween treats available so that every child can share the fun of trick or treating.

If you want make sure that Trick or Treating is inclusive for all kids, whether they have food allergies, intolerances or avoid certain foods for religious reasons, here are some really good ideas for non-candy halloween treat ideas.

Halloween Party Safety

Halloween Safety Tips

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Most of all, enjoy your Halloween celebrations.  Happy Halloween!

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