A Drumchapel resident, known as ‘Hallowe’en wumin’, is looking for volunteers to join her “scare team”.

For the past three years, Leeanne Stevens has been transforming her Invercanny Drive home into a spooky spectacle – which attracts huge crowds – to celebrate Hallowe’en.

As she prepares to organise the project for a fourth year Leeanne is appealing for people with a ‘creative horror side’ to help out.

Leeanne has also teased that this year’s exhibition will feature a new theme and is “very different” to the last few years.

The appeal for volunteers was launched after the Drumchapel resident was reportedly quoted “more than double” the cost of running last year’s project.

In a statement posted to Facebook, she said: “It’s nearly that time again, okay I’m a tad early, but as you can imagine my house takes months of planning.

“I have a big ask, I am looking for volunteers of all abilities. This year my garden will be a completely new theme.

“It will be very different to the last two years. It’s going to be very spooky, very creepy, and scary.

"It’s a big project and I need helpers.”

Leanne is on the lookout for people who can help with security, making costumes and props, acting, and helping dish sweets out.

Those interested in volunteering are being advised that they will be required to wear a costume - which Leeanne will provide.

Potential volunteers are also being asked to consider the commitment of joining the “scare team”.

Leeanne added: “We would ask though that if you would like to volunteer for the scare team that you consider the commitment that we would need, due to fittings, rehearsals, and on the night.

“Your costume will be tailored to your body size so if you can’t take part on the night your costume will likely not fit another person.

“Please only volunteer for this if you’re 100 per cent sure you can be there on the night (October 31).

“Due to the rise in prices, we have been quoted more than double the price we paid last year for these services so we desperately need volunteers.”

Those interested are asked to contact Leeanne on Facebook.