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Little monsters come out for Hallowe’en

PUBLISHED: 17:31 01 November 2012

Children and zombie pirates sing some pirates songs at the ghost ship in a Hallowe'en party at King Edwards park

Children and zombie pirates sing some pirates songs at the ghost ship in a Hallowe'en party at King Edwards park

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Little monsters entered the spirit of Hallowe’en with ghoulish costumes at a family fun day yesterday (Wednesday, October 31).

A dramatic ghost ship landing was the highlight of a spooky evening event at King Edward Park in Shadwell, which also boasted a pirate school, a bouncy castle, and scary face painting.

The event was organised by Tower Hamlets Council, and a simlilar Halloween bash took place at Stepney Green Park, in Stepney Way.

Visitors there enjoyed a monsters’ ball with DJ Frank Enstein and an “unlucky dip”.

Cllr Rania Khan, cabinet member for culture, said the borough was “transformed into a ghoulish haven for Hallowe’en”.


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