NEW government regulations on maximum group sizes have meant adjustments being made for one of the Isle of Wight's spookiest annual attractions.

Due to the Government's Covid-19 rules, Park of the Dead will now only be taking maximum groups of six people, not eight as previously advertised.

This autumn's instalment of the popular Puckpool Park series is entitled Quarantine, with a theme closely resembling the current pandemic, with a side helping of zombies to add to the mix.

Tours for the experience last up to an hour and a half, and will take place from Friday, October 30 to Sunday, December 1.

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Tickets go on sale this Monday (September 14) from 9am, and with no online booking available this year, people are asked to call 615766 to secure their slot.

Times and availability are viewable by clicking HERE and tickets cost £20 per person.

A social media post for the event said: "We would like to reassure you this event will be Covid secure, and face coverings will be required for part of the experience.

"We will have disposable masks to provide for people who don't have one on the night.

"If for any reason the Government rules change again and we are unable to go ahead with the event, then we guarantee that you will receive a full refund immediately."

Before booking, prospective all guests have been asked to read the risk acknowledgement section of the website.

This year's arrival point will not be at Puckpool Park, with the location confirmed via email for those with tickets.