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Clachan’s Hallowe’en parade and fireworks night went off with a bang.
Scary, cute and comical characters of all ages met in the village hall to compete for a range of prizes last Friday night.
Entrants paraded round the hall while several spooky songs played and the judges deliberated over various categories.
The results were as follows: Prettiest: Eilidh Parkhouse. Ugliest: Alison MacCallum. Scariest: Elaine MacCallum. Most original: Libby Larkin. Funniest: Lori Silvan. Best group: The Norris family. Best child: Alasdair Paisley. Best adult: Maria Rae. Best overall: Lachlan and Lewis Gray.
After the results were announced, the children played some Hallowe’en themed games including mummy wrap, musical monsters and corners.
One of the judges, Anne Parkhouse, thanked everybody for their efforts and invited them to watch a fireworks display on the green outside.
A glowing bonfire had been lit and provided some warmth as spectators watched an impressive display.
The entrants who took part in the spooky Hallowe’en parade. 50_c45clachanhal01
Judged the prettiest, little Elidh Parkhouse was escorted in the parade by the Cookie Monster. 50_c45clachanhal03
There was a scramble to wrap up the ‘victims’ in the mummy wrap game. 50_c45clachanhal04
The winning mummy wrap team, with barely a gap on their finished mummy. 50_c45clachanhal05
Catherine wheels were a feature of the display. 50_c45clachanhal06
There were many bright and colourful rockets. 50_c45clachanhal07
A fireworks display completed the event in style. 50_c45clachanhal08
A glowing bonfire provided some warmth. 50_c45clachanhal09