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5 of the best Sussex Halloween treats for 2017

PUBLISHED: 10:18 12 October 2017 | UPDATED: 12:03 21 February 2018

Motezuma's Halloween Eyeballs

Motezuma's Halloween Eyeballs

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Harry Maddock picks his seasonal favourites, from edible eyeballs to prize pumpkins

Cocoa Loco

The West Grinstead-based chocolatiers have a few spooky treats in their Halloween collection. The chocolate eyeballs make the perfect trick-or-treat offering. Also available are lollies, with dark, milk or white chocolate owls as well as milk chocolate lips.

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Montezuma’s

The Birdham-based chocolatier is gearing up for another fearsome October this year. On offer are hand-crafted dark and milk chocolate treats in shapes ranging from ghosts and skulls to pumpkins. Also available are strawberry ganache-filled eyeballs!

www.montezumas.co.uk

Slindon Pumpkins

Thanks to late founder Ralph Upton, Slindon has the reputation of being the UK’s pumpkin capital. Now headed by his son Robin, the team puts on a display every autumn; 2016’s supported Sussex Wildlife Trust and was named The Birds and the Bees. Whether they’re for carving or eating, there’s a variety of pumpkins and squashes on sale throughout the season.

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A G Hendy Home Store

This unique Hastings shop is an ideal spot if you’re after Halloween party props. The straw broom at £20 should be high on your shopping list whilst other offerings include vintage pharmacy bottles and first aid trunks; both of which will help set a spooky scene.

www.aghendy.com

Halloween at Borde Hill

From 21-31 October, Borde Hill is hosting a range of Halloween events including a world record attempt on the 29 October for the longest line of carved pumpkins. Young visitors will all receive a treat from the resident witch with more entertainment in the marquee.

www.bordehill.co.uk

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