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Zombies, witches and ghouls appear across Grantham for Halloween




Halloween at Wyndham Park
Halloween at Wyndham Park

Halloween fun started early in Grantham this year, with Wyndham Park and Belton House putting on events over the weekend.

In the park on Sunday, families, many dressed for the occasion, went on the ‘Scary Godmother Trick or Treat’ trail.

Halloween at Wyndham Park. Pictured are: Charlie and Sophie McAleese
Halloween at Wyndham Park. Pictured are: Charlie and Sophie McAleese

The free event was the first put on as part of the park’s successful Heritage Lottery Funding (HLF) bid and saw over a dozen Grantham College students feature in spooky costumes including a ‘Scary Godmother’ who needed help to find her lost pumpkins.

Youngsters were also able to have their faces painted and make paper lanterns.

Meanwhile, various Halloween events have been running at Belton House between October 22 and yesterday (Monday), from a Halloween trail and fancy dress competition to storytelling and puppet theatre.

Halloween at Wyndham Park. Pictured are: Freya Curtis and Iris Kent-Simpson
Halloween at Wyndham Park. Pictured are: Freya Curtis and Iris Kent-Simpson
Halloween at Wyndham Park. Pictured are: Mason Storey, Sam Gorski and Jack Chappell
Halloween at Wyndham Park. Pictured are: Mason Storey, Sam Gorski and Jack Chappell
Halloween at Wyndham Park. Pictured are: Ruby Garton and Faith Jackson
Halloween at Wyndham Park. Pictured are: Ruby Garton and Faith Jackson
Halloween at Belton House. Pictured are: Katie Hewlett, Emily Hewlett and Harry Caruso
Halloween at Belton House. Pictured are: Katie Hewlett, Emily Hewlett and Harry Caruso
Halloween at Belton House. Pictured are: Francesca and Reed Vickers
Halloween at Belton House. Pictured are: Francesca and Reed Vickers
Halloween at Belton House. Pictured are: Lily and Daisey Shaw
Halloween at Belton House. Pictured are: Lily and Daisey Shaw


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