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 on Friday.
of young people got into the spirit of the day by 'trick or treating',
attending parties, or decorating their homes to raise funds for
of people attended a popular Halloween Party at Burnham's Lakeside
Holiday Park while others were held at The Princess, Sanders Garden
World in Brent Knoll and Burnham's Railway Inn.
Huntspill Railway held a well-supported evening of scary night
time train rides, and Burnham's Farmers Market in the High Street
had a Halloween theme with pumpkins and squashes on sale.
charity fundraiser Keith Mitchell transformed the front garden
of his home in Winchester Road into a ghostly Halloween grotto
to raise hundreds of pounds for charity - his eighth year of running
neighbour Morag Croker also held a spooky, colourful display at
her home in Winchester Road which also drew a steady stream of
The staff at Burnham's Costa Coffee dressed in Halloween outfits
Large numbers of residents visited the annual Hallowen display
in Winchester Road by charity
fundraiser Keith Mitchell
Residents of all ages got into the spirit of the day with their
A Hallowen party at Burnham's Princess Theatre was well supported
Lakeside Holiday Park played host to a very well-attended party
West Huntspill Model Railway held Halloween railway rides on
The trips were popular with scores of families who came along
for a ride
Organisers said the evening - the first of its kind - had been
a great success
Berrow's Forlife Martial Arts group celebrated Halloween with
a fancy dress party
Brent Knoll's Sanders Garden World marked the day with a visit
The Sanders Garden World afternoon party attracted fun-loving
Burnham's Farmers Market on Friday morning offered Halloween