PUPILS from Ashill School met at the village hall for some spooktacular fun at the annual PTFA Hallowe’en event.
The disco party was held on Saturday evening and saw a large number of supernatural guests in attendance.
Rosanne Fry of the Ashill Community Primary school PTFA, said: “Visitors included a large cackle of witches flying in on their brooms, werewolves, magical black cats, a graveyard full of skeletons, blood thirsty vampires and many other ghosts and ghouls that send shivers down your spine.
“There was a double, double toil and trouble time to be had between the spooky bats, spider webs and pumpkins.
“The scary crowd feasted on bat dogs, cauldron popped corn and freshly spelled up slime cake. They then revelled on apple bobbing and strutting their shadow shapes on the dance floor.
“The winners of the fancy dress competition were Madison Evans, Annabel Lant, Erin Fish and Harriet McAlonan.
“A huge thanks must go to the vampire couple, Ben and Sabrina Welsh-Morris, for organising the evening.
“Luckily a couple of ghost busters also came along and managed to neutralise the situation with their proton packs by the end of the evening. The residents of Ashill can be assured it is safe to go out after dark once again.”