Have a night in and welcome all of the trick or treaters with a selection of Marks and Spencer’s best spooky sweets. Our favourite caterpillar (Colin) has been transformed into an eerie vampire, or there’s ‘gruesome body parts’ sure to freak anyone out. You’ll also find chocolate severed fingers, salt & vinegar fang crisps and chocolate lollies in the form of a vampire, witch, pumpkin and spider.

Steigenberger have got the perfect lunch offering for the whole family, launching on Friday, November 1. truc tiep bong da Mum and dad can catch up with friends whilst grazing from a delicious starts, a hearty carvery cooking station and desserts, with house drinks from Dhs295. There’s a dedicated kids corner with a bouncy castle, arts and crafts, a movie corner and more so their little hands will be busy all day.

RARE are throwing a massive family-friendly brunch, with themed desserts like candy bark, monster doughnuts, chocolate broomsticks, witch’s hat brownie pops, Halloween macaroon tower, devil-eyed chocolate mousse and red velvet brain cake – so the kids will be kept entertained as they munch their way through. For the adults ,there’s live cooking stations with cuisine from all over the world and some stunning alfresco dining options with beautiful views over the polo field.