Photo galleries: Your Halloween pictures of pumpkins and trick-or-treaters

Sent in by Iwitness24Norfolk member Neil Potter.

Sent in by Iwitness24Norfolk member Neil Potter. - Credit: Archant

We asked you for your ghoulish pictures of your pumpkin designs and dressing up for trick-or-treat - and you did not disappoint.

Steve Wood from Worlingham impressed us with his pumpkin designs which can be seen in our gallery alongside many more of your creations,

Stephanie Claxton's five-year-old daughter, Emily, dressed up as a little devil to go trick-or-treating - her costume is one of several in our photo gallery.

In Norwich, an estimated 4,000 people took to the streets, with many of them in fancy dress for the second ever Norwich Halloween Parade.

The ghoulish gathering met on the castle mound at 6.30pm, where the castle was illuminated with spooky images of a ghost ship and a skeleton. As owls tweeted, witches cackled and wolves howled, the participants set off on their paranormal procession through the city's streets.

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With skulls on sticks and dancing skeletons leading the way, they headed to the Forum via Castle Bridge, down Timberhill, onto Red Lion Street, where the macabre march stopped traffic.

A coven of witches danced in Gentleman's Walk, before the procession, with its band of white-suited musicians, headed up to the Forum past Hay Hill.

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Other spine-tingling goings-on have been taking place across the city since Sunday. Norwich Castle Museum has played host to magic lantern shows, dungeon tours, face-painting and costume-making.

And at The Forum, where an enormous, scary spider has been dangling down from the roof, there have been ghost stories, crafts and a pumpkin carving contest. The Fusion screen also featured a Spooky City film.

Officers from the Earlham Safer Neighbourhood Team organised their own ghost walk, with businesses such as McDonald's and Tesco providing prizes for the best-dressed boys and girls who joined them.

The Holkham Estate has been hosting its Halloween Horrors event, bringing a host of scary activities, ghostly games and gory fun.

Visitors had a terrifying time in the Bygones Museum where they discovered natural wonders in the 'Curiovan' while a yarnsmith enthralled them with his spell-binding, mystical tales of ghosts, witches and devils.

There were ghostly goings-on in the gardens, a skulduggery challenge, pumpkin carving, phantom football and various creepy craft activities.

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