A church in Lewes has come up with a Treat of an idea for Halloween.
Trinity in Lewes is organising an evening full of fun and games with every child winning loads of sweets to take home! It is called The Treat and is also about celebrating a positive Christian message of light and love. You can find out more about The Treat here
To help you with your event why not take a look at The Meaningful Chocolate Company. It has launched its leading lights campaign, designed to help with mission work on, and leading up to, the eve of All Saints (Halloween).
Building on the success of last year, The 2018 Meaningful Treat Pack has a new Challenge Activity Poster designed to help young people to focus on the themes of being a hero and a light in the world.
There is also a bag of Swiss Fairtrade milk chocolate buttons in every pack. At £1 a head and with all new content, the pack is suitable for Light Parties, outreach events, schools or for children who trick or treat on 31st October.
Each case of 30 packs includes a leader's guide with ideas. There is also a national competition asking children to nominate their leading lights. The activity poster, which can be used in groups or at home, has eight challenges. The challenges include picture puzzles, a word search, a call to buy Fairtrade, say a prayer, a Leading Light competition with a prize, and a challenge to give a treat to someone less well off by donating to a children’s charity.
Orders need to be made by October 19th from www.meaningfulchocolate.co.uk There is £3 off orders if you use the code: dio3h