A South Gloucestershire wildlife park is holding a number of activities to celebrate Halloween.

Wild Place Project is hosting a fortinght of fun starting on October 20.

Families can creep inside haunted hideouts, join the wolf pack and take part in a pumpkin hunt.

Children can also complete a trail to fill in missing words in a handbook and then take the wolf pack pledge.

Every day there will be a Halloween costume competition when the three best dressed families will win return tickets to Wild Place Project.

Nigel Simpson, head of operations at Wild Place Project, said: “Halloween is always a special time of year here at Wild Place Project and always lots of fun.

“With our Halloween trails, wolf camp and pumpkin hunt this really is a Halloween with a twist and everyone is certain to enjoy it.”

To find out more visit wildplace.org.uk.