It’s spook­tac­u­lar!

Strathearn Herald - - HALLOWEEN -

All man­ner of scary char­ac­ters and crea­tures were out and about in the Strath’s towns and vil­lages on Tues­day evening.

The Hal­loween tra­di­tion of guis­ing was main­tained, with some very cre­ative cos­tumes on dis­play, al­though the hum­ble neep lan­tern seems to have been re­placed with the eas­ier to carve pump­kin!

At Com­rie Pri­mary, pupils went to school in fancy dress and at the end of the day held a spooky bake sale and en­joyed mak­ing lanterns.

In Cri­eff, guis­ers gath­ered in James Square for the busy Hal­loween party, or­gan­ised by Cri­eff Com­mu­nity Coun­cil. Chair Su­sanna Mur­doch, said:“It was a great evening with a fan­tas­tic ef­fort made by the whole com­mu­nity.

“We are grate­ful to ev­ery­one that came out to cel­e­brate Hal­loween with us.

“Thank you to Camp­bell’s Bakers, Gor­don and Dur­ward, judges Gra­ham Donald­son and Jess Smith, DJ Steven McDougall, MESH, High­land Spring, Cri­eff Rugby Club, KWIC and ev­ery­one who came along to sup­port the event.” Fancy dress re­sults:

Un­der 4s - 1 Lacey-Jane McLaren, 2 Annabelle Jack­son, 3 Alistair Haines. 5 to 8s - 1 Robyn Shep­herd, 2 Cruize Ni­col­son, 3 Holly Mc­Naughton. 9 to 13s - 1 Conor Mills, 2 Jack Bil­s­land, 3 Jude Florence. Over 14s 1 Bex Queren, 2 Sami Kelly, 3 Su­san Mur­doch. Best Lan­tern - Jude Florence.

Scary Max and Marylin Gil­mour and Skye, Sami and Jorgie Kelly

Mot­ley crew Over 14s win­ners Su­san Mur­doch, Sami Kelly and Bex Queren with judges Jess Smith and Gra­ham Donald­son

Spi­der El­lie McGougan with her pump­kin which took sec­ond place

Lanterns Com­rie’s Rose Fisher- Camp­bell and Brooke Dal­ton get cre­ative af­ter lessons

Drac­ula

dog Zara with Olivia Deleu

Wee zom­bie Com­rie Nurs­ery pupil Raidon Melville

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