SKELETONS and giant pumpkins came to life as children got ghoulish for Hallowe’en.
More than 80 children turned up to Sunflower’s Children Centre’s party at South Elmsall Library last Wednesday.
Among the spooky going-on’s the youngsters made their own trick-or-treat bags and were told a scary story.
Julie Lambert, from the children’s centre said: “It went very well. Absolutely everyone was in fancy-dress - the children all looked a real picture.
“It was very enjoyable and it was nice of the library to let us host it there - in the heart of the community.”
Children from the Jelly Tots playgroup clubbed together for their own party at Hemsworth Community Centre on Wednesday.
They enjoyed hot dogs and drinks as well as playing musical zombies as well as other fun and games.
Organiser Theresa Barber said: “It was brilliant. Everybody really enjoyed it.
“I can’t believe how well behaved they all were especially when they came to eat their food.”