Halloween at Huntingdon Racecourse proves to be spook-tacularly good fun

Huntingdon Racecourse Halloween and Firework Extravaganza, in 3rd place (l-r) Laurette, (20) Danny,

Huntingdon Racecourse Halloween and Firework Extravaganza, in 3rd place (l-r) Laurette, (20) Danny, (10) Tracy, (33) and Drew, (13) - Credit: Archant

Hundreds of people turned out to enjoy the first Spooks and Sparkles Halloween and Firework event at Huntingdon Racecourse on Saturday.

Huntingdon Racecourse Halloween and Firework Extravaganza, zombies Kayla, and Chloe,

Huntingdon Racecourse Halloween and Firework Extravaganza, zombies Kayla, and Chloe, - Credit: Archant

Guests decked out in their scariest costumes, from witches to vampires, were treated to a feast of fun and games, including pumpkin carving, a fancy dress competition and a ghost train.

There were prizes available for the best dressed, the best carved pumpkin and even the spookiest family. A funfair featuring plenty of rides kept the youngsters entertained while a beer tent enticed the older guests.

The evening, which was organised by the Jockey Club and supported by the Hunts Post, was capped with a sparkling firework display over the racecourse.

For more information about events coming up at Huntingdon Racecourse, log on to http://huntingdon.thejockeyclub.co.uk/ or call 01480 453373.


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