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Hallowe’en events have been in full swing around the island this week. With the day itself falling on Tuesday this year events started last week and continued over the weekend.
From Brodick to Pirnmill, in Lamlash and in Kilmory children and adults went to huge lengths to produce some great fun and scary costumes to wear at the various parties. However, the weather on Saturday put paid to one event when The Stoats Creepy Crawl had to be cancelled at Brodick Country Park.
This week in our first round up we highlight the weekend parties and watch out next week for lots more fun photographs for our second round up.
David Jamieson is a cute little dragon. 01_B44hallow01
Zach Tatterfield poses in his pumpkin outfit. 01_B44hallow02
The goulish gathering at Pirnmill. 01_B44hallow03
Pumpkins Louise Moyse and Sandra McLaren with vampires Isla and Ella. 01_B44hallow04
Some of the costumes at Pirnmill. 01_B44hallow05
Miss Hallowe’en and a couple of scary chums. 01_B44hallow06
A frightening Daisy Campbell and Vicki Sturgeon at Kilmory. 01_B44hallow07
Fright night at Kilmory. 01_B44hallow08
The Monteith family, Rory, Isla, Jenny and mum Danielle. 01_B44hallow10
Andrea Picken is a zombie popcorn seller. 01_B44hallow11
The motley crew who attended at the Kilmory party. 01_B44hallow12
Witches Lia and Ava spell double trouble at Kilmory. 01_B44hallow13
Harris Sturgeon emerges from under his giant wheel. 01_B44hallow14
Two year old Tod McNeish beside some of the splendid carved pumpkins. 01_B44hallow15
Hazel Gardiner judges the costumes at the Brodick primary P3 to P7 party. 01_b44hallow16
Parents dressed up at the Lamlash children’s party. 01_B44hallow17
The gang’s all here at the Lamlash primary school party last Friday night. 01_B44hallow18