It was all fright on the night!
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.