Weird Witchballs & Carved Candles at Castleford Museum

Sarah Gaffney-Lang, Families Editor
A glass witchball shown against a black background.
Wakefield Council

Weird Witchballs & Carved Candles at Castleford Museum, 28–29 October 2019, free entry - Visit now

Ever heard of a Witchball? No, we hadn’t either. Visit Castleford Museum this Halloween and find out how these mysterious objects are believed by some to ward away evil spirits. You’ll also learn about what part candles have played in Halloween traditions across the centuries.

This is a free drop in event and there is no need to book.

Weird Witchballs & Carved Candles at Castleford Museum

28–29 October 2019
Free entry

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