With Halloween just around the corner, there's plenty of spooky season fun you can get up to across Worcestershire this weekend.

From a supernatural evening with a TV psychic to special spooky cocktails, there's lots to do for children and adults alike this weekend ahead of Halloween on Tuesday.

Halloween Spooktacular

For a supernatural Friday night, venture to the Bengeworth Club in Evesham for the Halloween Spooktacular.

Led by TV psychic Julie Angel, you'll explore the customs and traditions behind Halloween, learn the difference between ghosts, apparitions and communication with the afterlife, and even try out some seasonal divination.

Online purchase is strongly recommended for £15-a-ticket ahead of start time at 7pm tonight, with tickets available on the door for £20 cash only, and subject to availability.

Witch & Wizard School

Aspiring young magicians are invited to the Witch & Wizard School at Hartlebury Castle.

Kids can dress up, make their own magic wand, join in Professor Bumbledum’s spell sessions in the Great Hall or simply explore the castle for the day.

Whole-site admission is required, with £3.50 extra for activities.

The event will run from Saturday until Halloween itself on Tuesday, with the site open from 11am until 4pm each day.

Halloween Haunt

There's even some fun for the grown-ups this Saturday, who can end their day at the Halloween Haunt at the Cricketers Arms in Redditch.

Visitors can immerse themselves in a world of frights and delights, with special spooky cocktails and a prize for the best costume all part of the fun.

Get your outfits ready for a night that promises to be a hauntingly good time.

Mind Body Spirit Wellbeing Show

For those fancying an escape from the spooky season, the Mind Body Spirit Wellbeing Show promises a soothing experience on Saturday at the Worcestershire County Cricket Club in Worcester.

Feel uplifted with a holistic therapy or a one-to-one reading, or browse the unique offerings on retail stalls, from crystals to arts and crafts.

The event will start at 11am on Saturday morning and finish at 5pm in the evening.

Entry is just £2 at the door, with under 16s granted free admission provided they're accompanied by an adult.

Discounts are available for groups who book in advance.