Tayin­loan ter­rors’ spook­tac­u­lar party

Campbeltown Courier - - NEWS - Words and pho­tographs by Han­nah O’Han­lon

Ghoul­ish games and fright­en­ing food put some of Tayin­loan’s most ter­ri­fy­ingly dis­guised young­sters in the Hal­lowe’en party spirit. A wicked witch, a ter­ri­ble Tyran­nosaurus Rex, spooky skele­tons, ghastly ghouls and a creepy clown de­scended on the hall for an af­ter­noon of fiendish fun. Dev­il­ish dec­o­ra­tions adorned the hall and macabre mu­sic was played, set­ting a scary scene. The tiny ter­rors took part in Hal­lowe’en party reg­u­lars - mu­si­cal cor­ners, pin the spi­der on the web, poke a pump­kin, mu­si­cal zom­bies and pass the par­cel as well as new game, lol­lipop toss. At the halfway point, fright­en­ing party food was served to boost the young­sters’ en­ergy lev­els and keep them go­ing all af­ter­noon. As al­ways, party favourite dook­ing for ap­ples, syn­ony­mous with the All Hallows’ Eve cel­e­bra­tion, ended the af­ter­noon on a high.

A scary se­lec­tion of Tayin­loan’s Hal­lowe’en par­ty­go­ers. 50_c44­tayin­loan­hal­loween01

Left: Ev­ery­one en­joyed Hal­lowe’en favourite dook­ing for ap­ples. 50_c44­tayin­loan­hal­loween04

With no­to­ri­ously short arms, the Tyran­nosaurus Rex strug­gled to play poke a pump­kin. 50_c44­tayin­loan­hal­loween03

Young­sters ready to tuck into fright­en­ing party food. 50_c44­tayin­loan­hal­loween02

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