There was plenty of half term Halloween fun to be had across the county this week - with kids enjoying pumpkin carving and witches workshops. 

Some of the biggest tourist attractions in Bucks opened their doors to excited youngsters who were keen to don their scariest disguises and get into the spooky spirit. 

At Hughenden Manor, kids tried their hand at carving a creepy pumpkin under the watchful eye of their parents to take home ahead of the official celebration on October 31. 

Meanwhile, West Wycombe’s Hellfire Caves tempted brave children into the darkness to enjoy a macabre selection of props, lighting and creepy music while taking part in witches workshops.

There was also spooky games, face painting and colouring competitions going on out in the courtyard. 

Elsewhere in High Wycombe, Eden Shopping Centre put on an array of different spine-chilling special events, giving youngsters a chance to make ghostly wooden spoon puppets and ghastly paper plate characters and creepy cookie and cupcake decorating workshop featuring mummy cookies and ghoulish gingerbread men.

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