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Spooky Activities

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Royal Gunpowder Mills
Waltham Abbey
Essex
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Event timing: Half Term Holidays
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10am - 5pm
(last entry 3.30pm)

Celebrate October Half Term in style at Royal Gunpowder Mills with spectacular spooky Halloween events for half term!

An array of spooky activities will be available for all ages

Telephone: 01992 707370

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