Clenchwarton and the surrounding villages have enjoyed some spooky fun by hosting a Halloween scarecrow trail.
Families have been able to spot all the ghostly scarecrows and pumpkins with their ghoulish faces in gardens and driveways.
And many residents have uploaded pictures of the Halloween-themed creations for all to see on the Clenchwarton Halloween Scarecrow Trail page on Facebook.
It is the second scarecrow trail which has been organised by villagers during the pandemic,.
Organiser Rebecca Adair said: “With how strange this year has been with Covid, a few members of the village thought that after how well the lockdown scarecrow trail turned out, it would be a good idea to follow with a scarecrow and pumpkin trail.
“This time around, more villages have become involved and we have secured sponsors, enabling each village to have banners printed to better advertise the events. It’s lovely to see so many people getting involved.
“I think what makes this event successful is that it’s free, family fun.”
The event finishes on Sunday and Mrs Adair said there were already plans afoot to hold summer and Halloween trails next year.