This amazing Halloween house in Drumchapel pops up every year and the family behind it is supporting a frightfully good cause.

Leeanne Stevens has been decorating the front garden of her house on Invercanny Drive since she moved in a couple of years ago amid the pandemic.

Leeanne and her children were struggling financially when they first moved, and now she decorates her house and gives back to the local community by taking donations for the local Drumchapel food bank.

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She told our sister paper the Glasgow Times: “I moved in two and a half years ago, right at lockdown, and we had no money.

“I worked part-time but I moved from Tax Credit to Universal Credit at that time and I had to wait two months without money.

“This community is amazing. My neighbours are amazing.

“They dropped food off, they dropped food vouchers off, they dropped off activity bags for my daughter, they dropped off hot food during the summer, they helped me out.

“People that I don’t know - that I've maybe met at the ice cream van - dropped off stuff for my daughter.

“So I do this for the food bank every year now to give back to the amazing community that helped me when I first moved here.”

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In addition to accepting food bank donations, Leeanne has a special treat for kids on Halloween night.

This year Sonic the Hedgehog will be in attendance and there will be popcorn and candy floss machines set up.

Leeanne said: “Anybody that passes, everybody that passes, they have all had positive comments, saying how fantastic it is, how good it is, how they love it."

Last year families lined up the street on Halloween to see the house and meet Spider-Man, who was handing out popcorn.

In her garden, amidst the ghoulish decor, Leeanne has a table set up to accept donations for the food bank, which she will be taking from now until Halloween.

She said: “I think the food bank is desperate for everything and anything.”

Leeanne advises that donations can include toiletries, feminine hygiene products, pet supplies such as dog and cat food, and baby supplies like nappies and wipes.

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She added: “Anything at all that’s been sitting in your cupboard that you’ve not touched for months, please can you spare it.

“Because we are in for tough times ahead and we all need to start helping each other now."

Visitors to the spooky site can admire many of the handmade decorations Leeanne has put together.

She added: “I just want to thank my neighbours that put up with this every year.

“They love it, they’ve been fantastic neighbours.

“They support me, they’ve been great, and thanks to the community itself.”

Everyone is encouraged to drop off food bank donations and check out the Halloween house, located on Invercanny Drive in Drumchapel.