TONIGHT's first Pumpkin Fest Night of 2023 at Manorafon Farm Park has been cancelled.

This is due to the bad weather and the Yellow Weather Warning in place for North Wales. 

The Pumpkin Fest (day event) has also been cancelled for tomorrow (Saturday, October 21). 

Manorafon Farm Park took to Facebook on Friday, October 20 to a say: "With great regret we've unfortunately had to cancel tonight's Pumpkin Fest Night event due to the bad weather. As much as we're gutted to have to cancel, your safety is paramount, and this is our only option. We will also unfortunately have to cancel Pumpkin Fest (DAY event) tomorrow as the weather is to continue through until the afternoon.

"Pumpkin Fest Nights will be going ahead as planned Tomorrow night (Saturday, October 21). We look forward to welcoming you.

"We are emailing everyone who is booked in for cancelled sessions, so if you are booked in please check your emails.

"Again our sincerest apologies, we know many will be disappointed by this news and we are completely with you on this."

'Pumpkin Fest Nights' run throughout October on select dates. Saturday, October 21 is already sold out! After Saturday, the next 'Pumpkin Fest Night' available is October 26. 

During the evening events, visitors will have a chance to pick their pumpkins under twinkling festoon lights.

The 'Jolly Pumpkin' will act as a heated refuge and live music will play.

Outside, visitors can take a stroll along Manorafon's spooky Halloween Trail.

There will also be walk about characters and fire displays.

Sacha Dudley, Sales and Marketing Manager at Manorafon Farm Park, said: "Our event space is sparkling more than ever this year! We have used hundreds of lights to make it magical. Not to mention almost 10,000 pumpkins on our Patch and amongst the displays.


"We are hoping to attract everyone including friend groups, couples and work teams to Pumpkin Nights this year – we have a lot for people to enjoy even without the little ones.

"We’ll be joined by local bands at the Boppin’ Broomstick stage by the bar. 

"We’re excited to announce fire performance group Bring the Fire Project will be performing at all Pumpkin Nights events."

The Farm Park attraction will be closed during Pumpkin Fest Nights.