A fright night of fun . . .

Macclesfield Express - - HALLOWEEN HORRORS -

LIT­TLE hor­rors donned their scari­est out­fits as part of a Hal­loween ap­peal by the Ex­press.

We asked you to send in pic­tures of lit­tle ones in spooky cos­tumes and many proud par­ents sent in snaps.

They join our Hal­loween gallery of events around Mac­cles­field. This in­cludes young shop­pers who vis­ited a vam­pire ‘trans­for­ma­tion sta­tion’ at the Grosvenor Cen­tre and pulled their most blood-thirsty poses for a com­pe­ti­tion as part of Hal­loween cel­e­bra­tions.

The photo with the most likes on the cen­tre’s Face­book page be­fore 11am on Novem­ber 9 will win prizes from the shops.

Jack Mercer, five, who was with his mum Nicky, couldn’t wait to have his face painted.

Nicky said: “Jack looked just like a mini vam­pire and was mak­ing all sorts of mon­ster ex­pres­sions.”

Alanna Heaven, three, also took part.

Her mum Sam­mie Loven­bury said: “Alanna was re­ally ex­cited to have her face painted. Now she wants to dress up baby brother Harry as a pump­kin so he can join in the cel­e­bra­tions.”

Other Hal­loween hap­pen­ings around Mac­cles­field in­cluded bashes at Mash Guru, the Rail­way View and The White Lion.

●● So­phie Jo Morten, four, is made up by Mel Hills

●● Pet rab­bit Teddy Bunny, eight months, joins in the fun

●● Jack Mercer, five at the Grosvenor Cen­tre

●● Nathan Ham­mondBen­nett, aged six

●● Jamie Peaver and big sis­ter Amelia

●● Elvi Collinge, four, is trans­formed

●● Gre­tel Blos­som Ack­ers, six weeks

●● Jude Charnock, eight months

●● Jack­son Stu­art, four

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