SPOOKY witches, monsters and skeletons gathered for a Halloween pumpkin parade.

Children and adults donned their best scary costumes for the Halloween party in Chesham's Lowndes Park on Saturday, October 28.

The pumpkin parade was organised by the Love Lowndes group in effort to raise funds for the new playground.

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Claire Wyatt from Love Lowndes said: "We were absolutely thrilled with how many members of the community joined us for our Pumpkin Parade on 28th October in Lowndes Park, Chesham. It was a truly heartwarming, and magical way to celebrate the glory of autumn right in the heart of the park which we are raising funds for.

“Love Lowndes is a community group of volunteers fundraising £150k for a new playground in Lowndes Park. The group was set up by Friends of Lowndes Park, in partnership with Chesham Town Council."

A new masterplan for Lowndes Park would see it get a new playground, cafe, and exercise and an art area.