Celebrate Hallowe'en with El's Kitchen

Homer: Yeah, that's right, Barney. This year, I invested in pumpkins. They've been going up the whole month of October and I got a feeling they're going to peak right around January.Then, bang! That's when I'll cash in.

To mark the launch of El's Kitchen, the new Ladywell deli, El is throwing a Hallowe'en party. She says:

Come along for the grand opening of El's Kitchen and join in our Hallowe'en fun and frolics!

We've got a home-made gingerbread haunted house up for grabs in our kids fancy dress competition - come dressed for 2pm on Sunday 31st October.

Enter our lantern carving competition and win a home-made pumpkin pie! Bring yours along by 3pm on Sunday 31st October. Guess the weight of the giant pumpkin to win a basket of deli goodies!

Have a go at apple bobbing and get your face painted. We've got a whole host of seasonal foods to celebrate, so come hungry!


Anonymous said...

Walked past this afternoon - it's looking great!

Monkeyboy said...

Do we have a review? Twitter suggests it's busy on it's first day.

Anonymous said...

Yes, it was packed in there every time I went past today. Nice range of fruit and veg, olives, loads of cheeses and meat. They had run out of bread when I popped in at lunchtime, which presumably means that's good too. Exactly the kind of business I've been hoping would set up in Ladywell for ages, and clearly lots of other Ladywell residents felt the same.

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