Sleaford is celebrating Halloween this year with lots of spooky events
Remember, for a spooky walk this weekend take a visit to Temple Bruer Knights Temple.
On October 30, Heritage Lincolnshire invite you to take a walk around Temple Bruer Knights Temple from 11am to 4pm.
Rumoured to have about 19 ghosts living there, site manager Beverley Gormley will be taking visitors on a guided walk at 2pm.
There will then be a two-and-a-half mile walk around the estate as part of the South Lincolnshire Walking Festival.
The event is free and no bookings are required.
Other events in the area include a fundraiser for Hollie’s Animal Rehoming Trust (HART) at Foxhall Veterinary Clinic, in Ruskington.
On Sunday, from noon to 4pm, the clinic will be raising funds in aid of the rehoming centre.
There will be craft stalls, a cake stall and a car boot sale, along with a tombola and a raffle.
Tickets for the raffle and tombola are available from the clinic, with prizes donated by local businesses.
There will also be a silent auction running for a pet portrait worth £50.
A pet photographer and facepainter will also be in attendance, as will reenactment group The Road To Mandalay.
On Monday, Cogglesford Water Mill is having some Halloween fun from 6pm with crafts, trails and stories.
Admission is free, and children under 11 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
Refreshments are provided, and fancy dress is welcome.