The Monster Mash, Rockwell's 'Somebody's Watching Me' and 'Thriller' by Michael Jackson were just some of the tunes enjoyed by revellers at a Hallowe'en disco on Friday night.

The team behind the Flourishing Faifley community group were again providing the memories as they hosted a free family party at the area's Skypoint Centre.

With music led by DJ Jason Allan, youngsters and their parents didn't disappoint as they dressed in their spookiest outfits.

Clydebank Post: All sorts of costumes were on showAll sorts of costumes were on show (Image: Sourced)

Clydebank Post: Kids and adults danced togetherKids and adults danced together (Image: Sourced)

Clydebank Post: The Hallowe'en tunes were out in fullThe Hallowe'en tunes were out in full (Image: Sourced)

Clydebank Post: The party rolled well into the eveningThe party rolled well into the evening (Image: Sourced)

Clydebank Post: The night was led by DJ Jason AllanThe night was led by DJ Jason Allan (Image: Sourced)

The evening included games, activities, food and, of course, some scares and laughter.

Group founder Tony Ercoli said: "At a time when every penny counts and the pressure to find spare money to be able to share in a bit of fun with your family in a cost-of-living crisis is almost non-existent, we absolutely love to be able to bring things like this to our community.

"Because kids, adults and families of Faifley shouldn’t miss out and we are so passionate to make sure that never happens again."

The disco follows on from Flourishing Faifley's Halloween pumpkin pick, which brought 437 parents and kids to their secret garden with most admitting they had a spooktacular time.