A special Halloween-themed ‘school’ is coming to St George’s Shopping Centre in Harrow Town Centre next week.
Harrow residents are invited to attend their spooktacular school called ‘St George’s School Of Witchcraft & Mischief’, on Friday 28th and Saturday 29th October, in what promises to be a fang-tastic time to be had by all.
Studies at the ‘school’ are set to include the art of witchcraft, the fun-sounding zombie walk and other creepy classroom antics.
Participants will be graded on their ability to sketch pumpkins with two lucky winners being awarded with a special Halloween bundle from St George’s Shopping Centre itself.
All the action will be at will be located in between H&M and H&M Kids in St George’s and will be totally free of charge to shoppers in Harrow Town Centre.
There will however, be special donation points available for participants and guests to donate to St Luke’s Hospice.
John Clifford, Corporate Partnerships Manager at St Luke’s Hospice, said:“Everyone at St Luke’s Hospice would like to say a huge thank you to St George’s Shopping Centre and their customers for their generous support this Halloween at the St George’s School Of Witchcraft & Mischief.
“We are incredibly grateful for the support of all the witches, wizards and zombies who enrol!”
Darren Harman, Centre Manager at St George’s Shopping Centre, said: “We are very excited to be launching our first ever St George’s School Of Witchcraft & Mischief this Halloween!
“We can’t wait for families to join us for a frightfully fun time and hope they can also join us in supporting St Luke’s Hospice. Every donation helps, whether big or small.”