The Forest Review has teamed up with NDAC , Chepstow, to give 2 lucky readers the opportunity to each win a pair of tickets for FearFest-Evil, the ultimate terror attraction for Halloween. The interactive attraction offers an evening packed full of fright and hidden horror set in zones around an abandoned quarry and the original historical railway Platform 13, offering a journey of terror designed for only the bravest at heart. There will be an opportunity to encounter the 70m Death Slide and the Hangmans Swing plunging deep into the darkness over the quarry edge. We have a pair of standard tickets available for each event held on Sunday 22nd and Sunday 29th October. Each ticket retails at £34.99. For further information about FearFest-Evil turn to page 26 of this weeks Review or visit

For your chance to win answer the following question:

What is the name of the clown in the films based on Stephen Kings novel ‘IT’ ?

As the first event that we have tickets for is being held this weekend (22nd) we ask that entrants email your answers to [email protected] by midday on Friday 20th and the winner of tickets will be contacted by email. (if you are unlucky on this occasion we will, of course, put your name into the draw for the 29th).

For the event on 29th October post your answer in the comments box on our Forest Review web-page, or send in your answer on the competition voucher printed in this weeks Forest Review.

The closing date for this competition is 5pm on Thursday 26th October 2017.

Good luck!

The usual Review terms and conditions apply. Entrants for this competition MUST be 16 years of age.