Stoats, the leading oats company has announced that they have formed a partnership with the National Trust for Scotland in order to create a Halloween family event. The Stoats Creepy Crawl will be taking place at a number of the conservation charity’s properties found across Scotland.
National Trust for Scotland is the largest conservation charity in Scotland and has collaborated with the oats company in order to offer a series of events at 11 National Trust sites between the 27th and the 29th of October.
The Marketing Director for Stoats, Olivia Stone has said that the company is delighted to be working with the National Trust for Scotland in order to offer a range of Halloween themed events to be enjoyed by all of the family. Both the coats company and the conservation charity have a family focus, therefore the partnership that has been formed has been an ideal fit.
Halloween appear to be getting bigger and bigger each year, especially for retailers. Therefore, it is great for the Scottish company to be supporting a range of traditional events while offering delicious porridge oat bars that have been created with natural ingredients to keep children full while their out enjoying the spooky season.
The National Campaigns & Partnerships Manager at the National Trust for Scotland, Clare Wills has said that Stoats and the National Trust for Scotland want to support and keep alive traditional Halloween events while also creating new challenges. The ‘Crawlers’ at the Creepy Crawl will have to guise for their prize, which could be singing a song or telling a joke in order to receive a goody bag.
Children are encouraged to come to any of the events at the 11 National Trust Sites in fancy dress and there will also be prizes available for the best costumes. These prizes will include Stoats goody bags and day passes for National Trust Scotland sites.