Children from Landewednack School were joined by family and friends for a fun filled Halloween.

Organised by members of the school association the afternoon began with a sponsored pumpkin walk around the village, with a few treats and surprises along the way.

All the money raised is to go towards buying new play equipment for the school.

The children were invited to take with them a pumpkin they had designed and carved themselves (with a little adult help!) with entries judged by chairwoman of governors Alix Lord.

Once the walk had been completed it was back to school for hot soup and mulled wine along with a "yucky dip," apple bobbing and a Halloween bagatelle.

Lyndsay Bray, from the school, said: "Thanks go to everyone who helped out during the afternoon. Everyone had a lot of spooky fun."