Witches, ghosts and scary cats helped to raise money for two charities last week.
A Hallowe’en party at the Black Horse pub in Findon collected £425 for St Barnabas and Chestnut Tree House hospices.
Organiser Kelly Goddard said: “Everyone who came made a massive effort to dress up, from tiny babies to grandparents.
“I would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who donated raffle prizes and who came on the night – if it wasn’t for you we wouldn’t have been able to raise the money we did.”
While at Centre Stage in South Street, and Richard John in Royal Arcade, Worthing, staff dressed in Hallowe’en costumes to raise £70 for Breast Cancer Care.
Receptionist Rio Godfrey said: “It was brilliant and everybody made a big effort.”
For more pictures, see the Herald, out today (November 8).