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Youngsters enjoy spooky fun at popular Bury St Edmunds park




Harry Fisher, Joshua Smith, Freddie Fisher, Meryl Gibson and Joseph Gibson with their Pumpkins
Harry Fisher, Joshua Smith, Freddie Fisher, Meryl Gibson and Joseph Gibson with their Pumpkins

More than 40 youngsters enjoyed early Halloween fun when they took part in pumpkin carving and spooky mask-making at Nowton Park, in Bury St Edmunds, yesterday.

A council spokeswoman said the children chose Halloween templates for their Jack-O’-Lanterns and made bat, spider and even some spooky rabbit masks.

A Halloween trail will continue at the park until Sunday, with trail sheets available from the cafe for £1.



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