It was all fright on the night!

The Oban Times - - NEWS -

Ghouls, ghosts, and a bunch of grapes cel­e­brated Halloween in Oban last week.

Of­fice staff at Ains­ley Smith & Co, Char­tered Ac­coun­tants, dressed up to raise money for Mo­tor Neu­ron Dis­ease, while chil­dren made their way to Soroba Com­mu­nity Cen­tre. Young­sters dooked for apples, mum­mi­fied their peers and danced.

‘What a fab­u­lous turnout we had for our Halloween event,’ vol­un­teers at the com­mu­nity cen­tre said. ‘Huge thanks to the many res­i­dents and friends of our cen­tre for the gen­er­ous do­na­tions. Thanks to Soroba shop for keeping our col­lec­tion bucket and do­nat­ing so gen­er­ously, Fi­u­ran Prop­erty, Tesco, Marks and Spencer, Farm­foods, Lidl, Aldi and Hope Kitchen.

‘With­out the won­der­ful do­na­tions from all of th­ese busi­nesses, our event would not have been the bril­liant suc­cess it was.’


Vol­un­teers Ni­cola Wil­son and Chris­tine Smith get in­volved in ‘the mummy game’.


Soroba Com­mu­nity Cen­tre hosted its an­nual Halloween party.


One of the games played on the night was Halloween Twis­ter.


Mila McCracken en­joys an ap­ple, while dressed as bunch of grapes.

The team at Oban ac­coun­tants Ains­ley Smith & Co.

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