The newly revitalised roller disco at Andover Leisure Centre may be a little less fresh and alive than usual on Friday (31 October) when it adopts a haunting Halloween theme.
Organisers are expecting a rush of ghosts, ghouls and various versions of the undead to take their skates and fill the sports hall from 3.30pm to 6.30pm.
“At the Halloween roller disco, people can dress up, do tricks and have a treat,” said Linda Arnold, sport and activity development manager from Valley Leisure, the charitable trust that runs the leisure centre on behalf of Test Valley Borough Council.
Tickets cost £8 for a child (everyone under 18), £10 for an adult and entry including skate hire. People who bring their own skates (blades and quads are allowed) get a £2 discount (taking entry to £6 for a child and £8 for adult).
People can pay on the door or book in advance by calling the Andover Leisure Centre on 01264 347100.
Children aged under eight must be accompanied by an adult. But parents can sit in the cafe area and watch while their children skate.
Snacks and soft drinks will be on sale.