Spooky Tales tours of Stamford will take place in the run up to Halloween led by The Mayor's Guides
A series of spooky tours are set to unveil some of the more sinister parts of Stamford's history.
The Mayor's Guides have been brushing up on some ghoulish goings-on for their new series of tours which are taking place in the run up to Halloween.
The Spooky Tales tours will take place over six days with late-night sessions for the brave and early-evening tours adapted for children.
They will be led by guides Nicola Sandall and Jim Grant.
Nicola said: "The tours will follow a different route to our usual walks and cover some of the spookier things that have happened in the town.
"The guides will be dressed up in character as we make our way around the town."
The tours will take place on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings between October 22 and 24 and October 29 and 31.
There will be tours at 5.30pm each day suitable for children and later ones at 7pm and 9pm for adults.
Places are limited to five people for each your due to government coronavirus guidelines.
Two special late-night tours are taking place at 11pm on Halloween itself. They will last just over an hour, taking participants into the witching hour, but there is only a single ticket remaining for each of these tours.
To book visit www.ticketsource.co.uk/stamfordguidedtours
Tickets cost £5 for the children's tours and £7.50 for later tours.