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Niamh Gosman and Jenny Currie were two smiling zombie schoolgirls at the Lamlash Hallowe’en party.01_B44hallo01
One year-olds Matthew McAllister and Aria McGarry dressed as Chucky and his bride. 01_B44hallo02
Wee witch Emily Bourne, aged 4, flew in on her broomstick with her favourite cat. 01_B44hallo03
Smiling sweetly Amelia Gren went to the Lamlash Hallowe’en party dressed as a scary girl. 01_B44hallo04
Vampires, ghouls and zombies dance the night away at the Lamlash Hallowe’en party. 01_B44hallo05
A ghoulish gathering at the Lamlash Hallowe’en party. 01_B44hallo06
A group of young Lamlash revellers tuck into their Hallowe’en treats. 01_B44hallo07
A friendly Hallowe’en pumpkin comes over to say hello. 01_B44hallo08
Vampires, monsters and princesses look on during the fancy dress judging.01_B44hallo09
Children from Lamlash show their creativity in selecting an outfit for Hallowe’en. 01_B44hallo10
Not just for children, adults join in on the fun at Lamlash by dressing up as scary characters. 01_B44hallo1