A popular Suffolk maize maze is back this October with a spooktacular family Halloween event.

Southwold Maize Maze is a must-see attraction for families around Suffolk in the summer months. 

This year's maze was cut into an osprey design, a bird local to the area.

They have just announced an autumn event for Friday, October 27 that sounds creepy and cosy all at once - pumpkin picking from dusk until dark.

"Experience the magic of our pumpkin patch at Southwold Maize Maze as the sun goes down!"  read the announcement on social media.

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"Make sure to bring your torches to help you to follow the pumpkin trail through the maize maze to find the fortune-telling witches."

There will also be the opportunity to toast marshmallows on a fire and pay for the pumpkins that you pick. 

The cafe will remain open throughout the evening event and serve hot dogs, sausage rolls, snacks and sweet treats, and stonebaked pizzas will be cooked on-site in the pizza kitchen.

Pizza bookings are recommended in advance as it can get busy. 

Tickets are available via the Southwold Maize Maze website. 

The entry fee is £6.50 per person and the maze will be open for the spooky between 5.30pm and 8.30pm on Friday, October 27.