photos: Burnham-On-Sea residents get into the spirit of Halloween
residents in Burnham-On-Sea celebrated Halloween with a whole
host of spooky events.
of young people got into the spirit of the day by going 'trick
or treating' while others decorated their homes to raise funds
residents Gemma and Ricky Baillie, pictured above, decorated their
whole house in Cross Street with a Halloween theme when they held
a charity display for two good causes - BARB and Cords4Life. A
walk-through was available for a small donation and there were
treats for children.
charity fundraiser Keith Mitchell transformed his front garden
in Winchester Road into a ghostly Halloween grotto to raise cash
for charity - his seventh year of running a display.
nearby neighbour Morag Croker, right, also held a spooky, colourful
display at her home in Winchester Road which also drew a steady
stream of visitors.
of Burnham Dreamscheme held a Halloween party at the town's BAY
Centre after handing out sweets to residents as part of a 'treat,
no trick' campaign.
Burnham Baptist Church held a Light Party for children aged 5-11
years to act as a positive alternative to Halloween with loads
of fun things to do.
decorated home in Cross Street proved popular with youngsters
fundraiser Keith Mitchell welcomed visitors to his spooky front
charity fundraiser Keith Mitchell during his display
garden in Winchester Road became an attraction for passers-by
the dog was dressed as a pumpkin, complete with a trick or treat
bag, who visited homes in Highbridge on the Morland estate!
Monday Club enjoyed their annual Halloween party in the BAY Centre