Spooky costumes and smiling faces on show at Brandon Country Park’s Pumpkin Fest
- Credit: Copyright: Archant 2017
Witches, a little skeleton and the Grinch were some of the many costumes on show as families took part in spooky activities at Brandon Country Park.
Excited children, and their parents, attended the third annual Pumpkin Fest at the park.
Among the trees of Thetford Forest was a Halloween haven for all ages to enjoy.
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There was pumpkin carving in the magical setting of the park's walled garden - with smiling faces as children worked on their designs.
For those that were brave enough there was a Halloween trail.
Entertainment came from Shoestring Theatre, MB Street Dance, face painting and some scary Halloween music.
The Festival was the idea of year 10 pupils from IES Breckland School after they planted a pumpkin patch at the park in 2015.
This year 250 pumpkins were donated by Tesco in Brandon.