Community centre’s spooky afternoon

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Campbeltown Grammar school scary S3 pupils spent a spooky afternoon running a Halloween fancy dress.

The recent enterprise project event, to raise money for soft play equipment at Campbeltown Community Education Centre, was all part of their Prince’s Trust achieve class.

Skye MacLean, 13, dished out blood punch made with the following recipe: three cups of cranberry juice, 1½ cups of apple juice, 1½ cups of grape juice, two cups of caffeine-free cola and one cup of liquidised frozen strawberries.

Argyll and Bute youth services community learning and development worker Dawn Park coordinated activities.

Fireman Denver McSporran, 3, with Dawn Park. 25_c44spooky08_Denver_MacSporran_Dawn_Park

Zombie cowboy Ivana Mati, 8,  Witch Cerys McTaggart, 6 and  Cat errin Green, 10. 25_c44spooky01_Ivana_Mati_Cerys_McTaggart_Errin_Green

Sailor Kian Green, seven months, with dad Simon Green and mum Kelsey Brown. 25_c44spooky11_Simon_Kian_Green_Kelsey_Brown

S3 pupil Mathew Lamont, 14, sold hotdogs. 25_c44spooky10_Mathew_Lamont

Scott Jarvie, 13, sold a line of chocolate witches’ hats for 50p each. 25_c44spooky09_Scott_Jarvie

Skye MacLean, 13, ladling out her blood punch. 25_c44spooky05_Skye_MacLean_13

Caitlyn Mckinlay, 14, holds Halloween cakes. 25_c44spooky04_Caitlyn_McKinlay

Vampire Lanamai Campbell, 5, and Eilidh Bell. 25_c44spooky07_Lanamai_Campbell_Eilidh_Bell

Adelle McGeachy was celebrating her eighth birthday with sister Jessica 4. 25_c44spooky03_Adelle_Jessica_McGeachy

Lion King Evan Downie, 1½ roars with Shannon Milloy. 25_c44spooky02_Evan_Downie_Shannon_Milloy