Hundreds of families came to King’s Lynn’s Vancouver Quarter to take part in some Halloween fun last weekend.
Students from the performing arts course at the College of West Anglia were dressed as spooky characters, and children had to locate them from a trail map. Once all were found they returned to the Halloween HQ to receive some spooky sweet treats.
Streets were filled with entertainment with magician Josh Maddocks being joined by giant pumpkins and a zombie band.
Vancouver Quarter assistant manager Shelley Scott said: “It was great to see so many families take part in the Halloween trail and enjoying the variety of street entertainment offered.
“We appreciate the effort families went to with their Halloween costumes and we look forward to inviting families back for another Halloween event in 2024.”
The Vancouver Quarter will bring a host of festive activities soon to the town centre along with King’s Lynn BID.