Hal­lowe’en tra­di­tion at Mon­trose House

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It has be­come some­thing of a tra­di­tion for a num­ber of years now for the chil­dren of Brod­ick, in some cases ac­com­pa­nied by their par­ents, to start off their Hal­lowe’en vis­its around the vil­lage at Mon­trose House.

There, be­tween 5.30pm and 7pm, the res­i­dents will be gath­ered on Wed­nes­day in their dec­o­rated lounge to hear and see the chil­dren in their fancy dress per­form their songs, tell their sto­ries or re­cite their po­ems – no doubt re­mem­ber­ing their own ex­ploits so many years ago.

Of course there will be dook­ing for ap­ples, and no doubt a few treats will be of­fered.

Such wel­come vis­its make those mem­bers of the older gen­er­a­tion very happy and no doubt very nostal­gic.

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