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Celebrating Halloween In The North

Location

The North of England has recently been named as one of the best hotspots in the UK due to its diverse nightlife of pubs, restaurants, bars and clubs. University students have named it as one of the best places to complete their education due to the high quality University’s and the nightlife, which is such an important part of Uni life. The North is made up of beautiful landscapes, lively cities and is full of cultural heritage, it is one of the most popular destinations for holiday makers looking to experience different parts of the UK and to enjoy the history that is the basis of the north.

Immerse yourself in Halloween History

Edinburgh dungeon are holding a horrifying Halloween event from the 10th October to the 31st October to celebrate and educate the audience on the origins of the one of the favourite events on the calendar. “Home of Halloween: Dinner for the Dead” covers 1000 years of the country’s history and the importance of Halloween to the northern people. WOW247 are holding a competition for 5 lucky winners to win family tickets to see the show and truly celebrate the holiday in one of its many birthplaces. To enter and for the chance to win, visit http://www.wow247.co.uk and answer the Halloween themed question. The competition closes at midnight on the 18th October, do miss your chance to be scared to the depths of your very soul!

People of the North

Northern people find any opportunity for celebrations and entertainment makes up a large part of their everyday lives. Due to this, there are a number of events and experiences designed to not only entertain but to educate. The history of the land is influential to northern people and visitors to the area and Scotland in particular embrace the cultural heritage and make every possible attempt to retell the stories that have made Scotland what it is today.

Historical Attraction

One of Scotland’s biggest attractions is Edinburgh dungeon that offers visitors the opportunity to participate in the re-enactment of historical events that have shaped Scotland to become the country that it is today. The dungeon is an interactive and engaging experience that involves the audience and makes history entertaining in a way that combines theatre acting with education on some of the most important events in history.

Halloween Holiday

Halloween is fast approaching and people across the globe will be embracing the celebration of the spectacularly spooky and sinister. Scotland played an influential role in the creation of modern day Halloween and people in the north fully involve themselves in the festivities and not only engage in the modern day traditions but strive to educate the audience on their role in the holiday.

Scotland Influence

History states that Scottish people would honour the dead at the end of October; prior to the Halloween holiday that now takes place at this time every year. They would celebrate the lives of those that had passed and don costumes to impersonate the key figures that were no longer with them.

Halloween was created by the Samhain people and had strong influences from the Celtic people, the Romans and obviously the Scottish, each group brought their own traditions to form the Halloween holiday we celebrate today.

By Debbie on October 16, 2013


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