CLYDEBANK’S Awestruck Academy played host to a packed afternoon of Hallowe’en fun on Sunday - and in fact, demand was so high that they had to do it all twice over!

The community creative arts centre was host to plenty of bone-chillingly brilliant costumes as fun-seekers of all ages went along to the group’s Sylvania Way South premises to be a part of the action.

With plenty of prizes up for grabs from a host of games and challenges it wasn’t hard to find some competitive spirit - but as with all such things it was the taking part that was most important, especially after such a long wait to allow parties to be held following the easing of pandemic restrictions.

In a statement posted on social media afterwards, the organisers said: “Big thank you to all who came to the Hallowe’en parties. What a great turnout.

“Special thanks goes to all our youth volunteers who managed to cope with my banter while they were judges.

“Shout to our DJ Gabrielle who had the tunes blasting and everyone dancing.

“A big thanks to our amazing volunteers and helpers for the day.

“Our youth band played live for a couple of songs... outstanding guys.

“Special thanks goes out to Kim Gigli who helped raise over £200 to put towards the cost of putting this on, and to Iceland Clydebank staff who donated chocolate biscuits to us.”