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Spooky Halloween fun takes over town centre

PUBLISHED: 14:38 28 October 2018 | UPDATED: 14:39 28 October 2018

Youngsters perform a musical verison of hit horror film Halloween
Picture: Anthony Carroll

Youngsters perform a musical verison of hit horror film Halloween Picture: Anthony Carroll

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The spirit of Halloween invaded Lowestoft town centre on Saturday as a popular annual family fun event made its horror-themed return.

Spooky Saturday, organised by Lowestoft Vision, saw a fancy dress competition inspire children and adults alike to don bizarre and scary outfits while a pumpkin trial saw shops get in the ghoulish mood.

The winners were a family inspired by Cruella de Vil from 101 Dalmatians.

Crowds also gathered to watch performances from youngsters from Cantors Theatre School who performed a musical version of the horror film Halloween.

The Wheezers also performed dances and people enjoyed visits to a witches lair at Dunx Cycles. The event concluded with a ghost walk led by historian Ivan Bunn.

The winners of the fancy dress competiton
Picture: Amie MullenThe winners of the fancy dress competiton Picture: Amie Mullen

Amie Mullen, from Lowestoft Vision, said: “I would say it was a great day of family fun. Children and adults all dressed up and it was great to see so many visitors to our shops.”

Youngsters dressed as Ghostbusters
Picture: Amie MullenYoungsters dressed as Ghostbusters Picture: Amie Mullen

Costa Coffee took part in the pumpkin trail
Picture: Amie MullenCosta Coffee took part in the pumpkin trail Picture: Amie Mullen

Fun at the Lowestoft Vision's Spooky Saturday event with the Wheezers
Picture: Amie MullenFun at the Lowestoft Vision's Spooky Saturday event with the Wheezers Picture: Amie Mullen

Youngsters perform a musical verison of hit horror film Halloween
Picture: Anthony CarrollYoungsters perform a musical verison of hit horror film Halloween Picture: Anthony Carroll

The witches lair at Dunx Cycles
Picture: Amie MullenThe witches lair at Dunx Cycles Picture: Amie Mullen


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